Rozsahegyi, T. and Lambert, M. (2016) Pedagogy for Inclusion? In Brown, Z. (ed) Inclusive Education: perspectives on pedagogy, policy and practice. Abingdon: Routledge, pp14-22.
Rozsahegyi T (2009) Book review: Beck, E (2006) 'Feladatsorok a konduktiv nevelesben', Budapest: MPANNI, Recent Advances in Conductive Education, 7(2), pp42-43.
Rozsahegyi T (2008) 'Training and Collaboration: implications of early years practitioners in England following in-service training on cerebral palsy', Recent Advances inConductive Education, 7(1), pp17-22.
Rozsahegyi T (2007) Book review: Tatlow, A (2006) 'Conductive Education for children and adolescents with cerebral palsy', Hong Kong: Hong Kong Spastic Association, Recent Advances in Conductive Education, 6(1) pp. 33-34.
Rozsahegyi T (2006) 'Careful planning and routine are key to development', Early Years Educator, Vol. 8(4), pp. 52-54.
Rozsahegyi T (2006) 'Developing as professionals in Conductive Education: student’ perception', Recent Advances in Conductive Education, 8(1), pp. 28-33.
Rozsahegyi T (2003) 'A different kind of training', Primary Practice, No. 34, 45-48.
Rozsahegyi T (2001) 'Critical issues of conductor training in different national settings', Recent Advances in Conductive Education, 4(1), 22-25.
Rozsahegyi T (2016) A bio-ecological case-study investigation into outlooks on the development and learning of young children with cerebral palsy in the UK. Paper presented at 18th Annual International Conference on Education, 16-18 May 2016, Athens, Greece.
Rozsahegyi, T (2014) Process and product: Using ‘case study’ as a strategy for combined methods educational research. 16th Annual Education Research Conference, University of Wolverhampton, Walsall, 4 July 2014.
Rozsahegyi T (2013) ‘Using Bronfenbrenner’s bio-ecological model to inform development of training for special and inclusive education in Burma’. Paper delivered at School for Education Futures Annual Research Conference, University of Wolverhampton, June 2013.
Rozsahegyi T (2012) Experiences of inclusion: historical perspectives and current issues in the UK. Paper delivered at Kongress fur Konduktive Forderung nach Peto und Inklusion, Rosenheim, Germany, March 2012.
Rozsahegyi T (2010) Divergent perspectives on educational priorities for pre-school children with cerebral palsy: a case study. East meets West. 7th World Congress on Conductive Education. Hong Kong, 5-8 December 2010.
Rozsahegyi T & Lambert M (2009), Second attempts: the secret world of student failure, resit and recovery. Joint paper with Tunde Rozsahegyi to School of Education Annual Research Conference, University of Wolverhampton, 6 May 2009.
Rozsahegyi T and Lambert, M (2008) Resits: undergraduate students’ retrieval of failed assessment. 10th International Conference on Education, 26-29 May 2008, Athens, Greece.
Rozsahegyi T (2007) From working alone to working together: sharing an ethos of Conductive Education with non-conductive professionals in the UK. Partnership, Participation and Environment. Tel Aviv, Israel, 9-10 December 2007.
Rozsahegyi T (2006) Developing as professionals in Conductive Education: students’ perceptions, Professional Development in Conductive Education, CEPEG conference, at National Institute of Conductive Education, 11 March 2006.
Rozsahegyi T (2004) How can CE contribute to changing early years education? New Conductive Practices, international conference of the National Institute of Conductive Education, Birmingham, 5 November 2004.
Rozsahegyi T (2003) Ways forward for conductor training, Influencing conductive practice, international conference of the National Institute of Conductive Education, Birmingham, 27 June 2003.
Rozsahegyi T (2001) Critical issues of conductor training in different national environments, 4th World Congress on Conductive Education, London, 13-15 September 2001.