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  • Bartram, B. (2020) Exploring International and Comparative Education, in C.A. Simon & S. Ward A Student’s Guide to Education Studies, London: Routledge 
  • Bartram, B. (2020) Queering the TEF, in A. French & K. Carruthers Thomas  Challenging the Teaching Excellence Framework: Diversity Deficits in Higher Education Evaluations, Bingley: Emerald
  • Bartram, B. (2020) Understanding Contemporary Issues in Higher Education: Contradictions, Complexities and Challenges, Abingdon: Routledge
  • Beattie, A. B. & Hayes, S. (2020) ‘Whose domain and whose ontology? Preserving human radical reflexivity over the efficiency of automatically generated feedback alone’, Mobility, Data and Learner Agency in Networked Learning. Springer.
  • Brewster, S. and Thompson, D. (2020). Chapter 12. Disability, diversity and inclusive placement learning. In Bartram, B. (Ed). Understanding contemporary issues in higher education. Contradictions, complexities, and challenges. Routledge. London.
  • Smith, M. & Gurton, P. (2020) Flipping the classroom in ITE.  In Z. Walker and D. Tan (eds.).  Flipped Classrooms with Diverse Learners: An International Perspective: London.  Springer Publications
  • Williams-Brown, Z. and Mander, S. (2020) Childhood wellbeing and resilience: influences on educational outcomes. London: Routledge
  • Williams-Brown, Z. Daly, J. Jopling, M. and Aston, A. (2020) What does resilience mean to children? in, Williams-Brown, Z. and Mander, S. (eds) Childhood wellbeing and resilience: influences on educational outcomes. London: Routledge
  • Bartram, B. (2019) Using questionnaires. In: M. Lambert (Ed.) Practical Research Methods in Education: An Early Researcher’s Critical Guide. Abingdon: Routledge
  • Brown, Z. and Rhoades, G. (2019) Q-Methodology: seeking communalities in perspectives of young children and practitioners, in, Brown, Z. and Perkins, H. (ed.) Using Innovative Research Methods in Early Years Research: Beyond the Conventional. London: Routledge
  • Brown. Z. and Perkins, H. (2019) Using Innovative Research Methods in Early Years Research: Beyond the Conventional. London: Routledge
  • Connor, S. Mahoney, M. and Lewis, N. (2019) Anticipating a 4th Industrial Revolution and the Futures of Learning: A discussion paper for Wolverhampton Learning City Region. Education Observatory: University of Wolverhampton
  • Hayes, S. (2019) ‘Employable posthumans’: developing HE policies that strengthen human technological collaboration not separation. In Peters, M. A.; Jandrić, P.; & Means, A. J. (Eds.). Education and Technological Unemployment. Springer.
  • Hayes, S. (2019) The Labour of Words in Higher Education: is it time to reoccupy policy? Brill
  • Hayward, M. and Jopling, M. (2019) (eds.) ResearchSEND in Ordinary Classrooms. John Catt Publishing. Woodbridge: John Catt Educational.
  • Heads, L. and Jopling, M. (2019) Listening to young children via messy, playful research, in Brown, Z. and Perkins, H. (eds.) Using innovative methods in early years research: Beyond the conventional. London: Routledge, 77-91.
  • Jopling, M. (2019) Vulnerable children at school: Lessons from England, in Zimmerman, D., Fickler-Stang, Weiland, K. and Dietrich, L. (eds.) Professionalisierung für Unterricht und Beziehungsarbeit mit psychosozial beeinträchtigten Kindern und Jugendlichen. Berlin: Dialog, 158-168.
  • Jopling, M. (2019) Using quantitative data: An introduction in Lambert, M. (ed.) Practical Research Methods in Education. London: Routledge, 55-66.
  • Kukulska-Hulme, A. and Traxler, J. (2019). Design principles for learning with mobile devices, in Beetham, H. and Sharpe, R. eds. Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital Age: Designing for 21st Century Learning. 3rd edition. Routledge 
  • Layer, G. and Tuckett, A. (2019) From the 1919 report to learning regions: networks of providers offering adult learning opportunities’, in Holford, J. (ed.) Adult education 100: Reflections and reconstructions, Conference proceedings. Nottingham: SCUTREA/University of Nottingham,75-82.
  • Lalli, G. (2019) Schools, Food and Social Learning, Abingdon: Routledge
  • Lewis, L. (2019), Adult Community Learning, Wellbeing and Mental Health Recovery. In R. Papa and D. Matheson (Eds.), Handbook on Promoting Social Justice in Education, New York: Springer 
  • Lewis, L. (2019), Creative Arts Adult Community Learning. In Paul Crawford,  Brian Brown & Andrea Charise (Eds.), The Companion to Health Humanities, Taylor and Francis/Routledge.
  • Matheson-Monnet, C and Matheson, D (2019) Les facteurs qui influencent le choix de traitement ou l’éducation des patients et leurs proches pour le choix de traitement en pleine connaissance de cause, IN Djeumeni Tchamabe, M, Voulgre, E, Groux, D, Nyebe Atangana, S (eds) Quelle Ecole pour demain : enjeux, priorités et défis.Paris : L’Harmattan, 203-208
  • Pascal C. (2019) Editorial, Contested Spaces in Early Childhood Research: Advocating a Dialogic Approach, European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 27(2): 153-156
  • Rao, A., Parekh, P., Traxler, J., & Ling, R. (2018). Trust and Open Development. In Chib, A., Smith, M., & Bentley, C. (Eds.), Critical Perspectives on Open Development: Empirical Interrogation of Theory Construction. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  • Rhoades, G. and Brown, Z. (2019) Q-methodology: A science of subjectivity, in, Lambert, M. (ed.) Practical Research Methods in Education: An Early Researchers Critical Guide. London: Routledge
  • Royle, K. (2019) Opening Spaces for the Development of Human Agency with Problem Based Learning in Palestinian Higher Education In: Lorna Uden, Dario Liberona, Galo Sanchez, Sara Rodríguez-González (Eds.), Learning Technology for Education ChallengesCommunications in Computer and Information Science, 1011, 260-278
  • Starr, S. (2019), It shouldn’t take 40 years to create a SEND Leader, should it?
  • Traxler, J. (2019) Wearables: the Bigger Picture in I. Buchem, R. Klamma & F. Wild (eds) Perspectives on Wearable Enhanced Learning (WELL), Holland: Springer
  • Traxler, J. (2019) Learning with Mobiles or Mobile Learning in R. Ling, Y. Li, G. Grogan, R. Ling, L. Fortunati (eds), Handbook of Mobile Communication, Culture, and Information, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press
  • Tuckett, A. (2019) ‘Lifelong learning and ‘the educational dimensions’ of daily life and work’ in Von Nuissl, E. ed ‘Paulo Federighi: A festschrift’, Bonn, DIE.
  • Williams-Brown, Z. and Daly, J. (2019) The ‘resilient’ child: defining and supporting children’s resilience in educational practice in, Ward, S. and Simon, C. (ed.) A Student's Guide to Education Studies. London: Routledge
  • Williams-Brown, Z. and Winwood, J. (2019) The inclusion agenda: is it practically possible in mainstream primary schools? in, Ward, S. and Simon, C. (ed.) A Student's Guide to Education Studies. London: Routledge
  • Williams-Brown, Z. and Hodkinson, A. (2019) ‘Development of Inclusive Education in England: Impact on Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities’. In: R. Papa (ed), Springer Handbook on promoting social justice in education. London: Springer
  • Bartram, B. (2018) Some Final Reflections on Educational Comparison. In Bartram, B. International and Comparative Education: Contemporary Issues and Debates, Abingdon: Routledge
  • Brown, Z. & Ward, S. (eds.) (2018) Contemporary Issues in Childhood. Abingdon: Routledge, 3-14.
  • Hafford-Letchfield, T. & Lavender, P. (2018) The Benefits of Giving: Learning in the Fourth Age and the Role of Volunteer Learning Mentors, In Melling, A. & Pilkington, R. (eds.) Paulo Freire and Transformative Education. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Rozsahegyi, T. and Lambert, M. (2018) Pedagogical outlooks underpinning early years education and workforce training in England and Hungary., in Bartram, B. (ed.) International and Comparative Education: Contemporary Issues and Debates. Abingdon: Routledge, 21-34.
  • Jandrić, P. & Hayes, S. (2018). ‘Future Approaches in Using Art-Based Research from Human Experience’. In R.W. Prior (Ed.). Using Art as Research in Learning & Teaching: Multidisciplinary approaches across the arts. Bristol (UK): Intellectbooks.
  • Pascal C and Bertram T (2018) Innovative policies for ECE provision in eight countries: findings from the IEA early childhood education study. In Pascal C, Bertram T. and Veisson M. (Eds) (2018), Early Childhood Education and Change in Diverse Cultural Contexts, 9-22, Routledge Education: Oxford.
  • Pascal C, Bertram T (2018) Exploring notions of change and innovation in early childhood education,  In Pascal C, Bertram T. and Veisson M. (Eds) (2018), Early Childhood Education and Change in Diverse Cultural Contexts, 3-7, Routledge Education: Oxford
  • Pascal C, Bertram T, Parr J, Goodman and Irvine A (2018) Pedagogic leadership within complex and changing ECEC systems. In Cheeseman S and R Walker (eds.) Pedagogies for Leading Practice Volume 1 in the series Thinking about Pedagogy in Early Education, Routledge Education: Oxford
  • Pascal, C. and Bertram, T. (2018) The life of a Polymath: Shared Threads of Thinking and Action, in (2018) Hayes N  and Urban M (Eds)  In Search of Social Justice: John Bennett's Lifetime Contribution Routledge Education: Oxford
  • Starr, S. (2018) The technical and vocational provision in England: a comparative study with the Austrian secondary system, Bartram, B. (ed.) International and Comparative Education: Contemporary Issues and Debates. Abingdon: Routledge, 21-34.
  • Traxler, J. (2018) Language, Learning & Mobility in T. Tinnefeld (ed), Foreign Language Teaching in the 21st Century - Learners 2.0 - Methods 3.0 - Challenges 4.0, Saarbrücken, Germany: Saarland University of Applied Sciences, 11-24
  • Traxler, J. Read, T. & Barcena, E. (2018) Refugees from MENA Learning Languages – Progress, Principles and Proposals in H. Reinders, C. Coombe, A. Littlejohn, D. Tafazoli (eds), Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching: The Case of the Middle East and North Africa, London: Palgrave MacMillan
  • Tsouroufli, M.  (2018) ‘An examination of the Athena SWAN initiative: critical reflections’, in Crimmins, G. (eds.) Strategies for resisting sexism in the academy: Higher Education, Gender and Neoliberalism. Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Tuckett, A., Schuller, T. and Wilson, T. (2018) A National Learning Entitlement: Moving Beyond University Tuition Fees, Centre for Learning and Life Chances in Knowledge Economies and Societies
  • Ward, G. (2018) Moving beyond Sport in Primary Physical Education, In Griggs, G. and Petrie, K. (Eds) The Handbook of Primary Physical Education, Abingdon: Routledge 
  • Bartram, B. (ed.) (2017) International and Comparative Education: Contemporary Issues and Debates. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Branch, J., Hayes, S., Hørsted, A., Nygaard, C. (eds.) (2017) Innovative Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Oxford: Libri
  • Crompton, H. & Traxler, J. (eds) (2017) Mobile Learning in Higher Education: the Critical Contextual Challenges, New York, NY: Routledge
  • Grant, T, Clark, U, Reershemius, G, Pollard, D, Hayes, S, and Plappert, G. (2017) Quantitative Research Methods for Linguistics. London: Taylor & Francis.
  • Hayes, S (2017) ‘Introducing the concept of “a corresponding curriculum” to transform academic identity and practice’ In Learning Centred Curriculum Design. Libri
  • Hayes, S. (2017) ‘Beyond engagement and enhancement – piloting a ‘digital student partnership’
to co-teach academic staff on our Post Graduate Diploma in Higher Education’. In Branch, J., Hayes, S., Hørsted, A., Nygaard, C. (eds.) Innovative Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Oxford: Libri
  • Jandrić, P. & Hayes, S. (2017). ‘Who Drives the Drivers? Technology as Ideology of Global Educational Reform’. The 2017 Handbook of Global Educational Reform. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Lamb, J., Bartholomew, P. & Hayes, S. (2017). ‘Transnational Academic Staff Development: Cultural, Practical and Policy Challenges In Branch, J., Hørsted, A., Nygaard, C. (Eds)  Globalisation in Higher Education Libri
  • Parkes, G. & Hayes, S. (2017). ‘Bridging the TNE Challenge’. In Branch, J., Hørsted, A., Nygaard, C. (Eds)  Globalisation in Higher Education’. Libri
  • Pascal C, Bertram A.D. and Veisson M. (eds.) (2018), Early Childhood Education and Change in Diverse Cultural Contexts, Routledge Education: Oxford
  • Pope, E., Ladwa & Hayes, S. (2017). ‘Improving retention’. In: Where Next for Widening Participation and Fair Access?Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI)/ Brightside.
  • Traxler, J. (2017), Context and Questions in D. Herro, S. Arafeh, R. Ling & C. Holden (eds) Mobile Learning: Perspectives on Practice and Policy, USA: Information Age Publishing
  • Tuckett, A., 2017, How national, regional and global associations influence adult learning policy, in Knox, A., Conceição, S. & Martin, L. (eds.) Mapping the field of adult continuing education, An International Compendium. Vol.4 Inquiry and Influences. Sterling, Virginia: Stylus, 517-521.
  • Tuckett, A., 2017, How national, regional and global associations influence adult learning policy, in Knox, A., Conceição, S. & Martin, L. (eds.) Mapping the field of adult continuing education, An International Compendium. Vol.4 Inquiry and Influences. Sterling, Virginia: Stylus, 517-521.

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