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Reconsidering the technologies of intellectual inquiry in curriculum design (2017)
Journal Article
Costa, C., & Harris, L. (2017). Reconsidering the technologies of intellectual inquiry in curriculum design. Curriculum Journal, 28(4), 559-577. https://doi.org/10.1080/09585176.2017.1308260

© 2017 British Educational Research Association. This paper reports on the design and delivery of classroom pedagogies and students’ engagement with it in two different UK universities. Under the banner of curriculum design and Bourdieu's curriculum... Read More about Reconsidering the technologies of intellectual inquiry in curriculum design.

Teaching assistants’ conditions of employment and workload: Reliance upon goodwill and ad hoc systems of preparation time (2017)
Journal Article
Bovill, H. (2017). Teaching assistants’ conditions of employment and workload: Reliance upon goodwill and ad hoc systems of preparation time. Teacher Education Advancement Network, 9(2), 24-34

This paper draws upon research with a group of work-based students studying for a Foundation Degree in Educational Support. It highlights levels of goodwill evident within their day to day planning and preparation and the ad hoc nature of opportuniti... Read More about Teaching assistants’ conditions of employment and workload: Reliance upon goodwill and ad hoc systems of preparation time.

Primary humanities: a perspective from Wales (2017)
Journal Article
Jones, M., & Whitehouse, S. (2017). Primary humanities: a perspective from Wales. Education 3-13, 45(3), 332-342. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004279.2017.1296921

© 2017 ASPE. How the humanities subjects are represented in primary schools in Wales has been influenced by curriculum developments including Curriculum Cymraeg, the Skills Framework and the Foundation Phase. A central tenet of Welsh Government polic... Read More about Primary humanities: a perspective from Wales.

The evolving codification of teachers’ work: Policy, politics and the consequences of pursuing quality control in Initial Teacher Education (2017)
Journal Article
Knight, B. (2017). The evolving codification of teachers’ work: Policy, politics and the consequences of pursuing quality control in Initial Teacher Education

This paper documents the evolution of attempts to codify and standardize teachers’ work in the United Kingdom (UK), with particular attention to how this phenomenon has impacted the Initial Teacher Education (ITE) sector. In recent decades the teach... Read More about The evolving codification of teachers’ work: Policy, politics and the consequences of pursuing quality control in Initial Teacher Education.