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Global competence and teacher education programmes. A European perspective (2022)
Journal Article
Parmigiani, D., Jones, S. L., Kunnari, I., & Nicchia, E. (2022). Global competence and teacher education programmes. A European perspective. Cogent Education, 9(1), Article 2022996. https://doi.org/10.1080/2331186X.2021.2022996

Global competence is an increasingly important disposition for today’s society. Prospective teachers will have to be able to teach effectively in multicultural classrooms as well as develop dispositions of global competence in their future students.... Read More about Global competence and teacher education programmes. A European perspective.

‘We'd never had to set up a virtual school before’: Opportunities and challenges for primary and secondary teachers during emergency remote education (2021)
Journal Article
Gouseti, A. (2021). ‘We'd never had to set up a virtual school before’: Opportunities and challenges for primary and secondary teachers during emergency remote education. Review of Education, 9(3), https://doi.org/10.1002/rev3.3305

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about the largest disruption to formal education in recent history and has resulted in school closures and the move to online teaching and learning across the globe. Using data from interviews with 25 teachers and he... Read More about ‘We'd never had to set up a virtual school before’: Opportunities and challenges for primary and secondary teachers during emergency remote education.

2020-Vision: understanding climate (in)action through the emotional lens of loss (2021)
Journal Article
Jones, L., Halstead, F., Parsons, K., Le, H., Ha Bui, L. T., Hackney, C., & Parsons, D. (in press). 2020-Vision: understanding climate (in)action through the emotional lens of loss. Journal of the British Academy, 9(s5), 29-68. https://doi.org/10.5871/jba/009s5.029

We are the midst of a climate emergency requiring urgent climate action that is as yet unforthcoming on both the scale and at the speed needed. This paper considers this current state of inaction and how we might understand the processes of attitudin... Read More about 2020-Vision: understanding climate (in)action through the emotional lens of loss.

(Re)Assembling Anti-Oppressive Practice Teachings in Youth and Community Work through Collective Biography (2) (2021)
Journal Article
Bowler, R., Green, S., Smith, C., & Woolley, L. (2021). (Re)Assembling Anti-Oppressive Practice Teachings in Youth and Community Work through Collective Biography (2). Education Sciences, 11(9), Article 497. https://doi.org/10.3390/educsci11090497

This article draws on research undertaken as part of a Collective Biography project generated by a group of activists and lecturers teaching and researching in youth and community work (YCW). Collective Biography (CB) is an approach to research in wh... Read More about (Re)Assembling Anti-Oppressive Practice Teachings in Youth and Community Work through Collective Biography (2).

COVID-19 and Remote Learning: Experiences of Parents supporting Children with Special Needs and Disability during the Pandemic (2021)
Journal Article
Shaw, T., & Shaw, A. (in press). COVID-19 and Remote Learning: Experiences of Parents supporting Children with Special Needs and Disability during the Pandemic. Education 3-13, https://doi.org/10.1080/03004279.2021.1960579

The closure of school buildings due to COVID-19 created a challenge for parents and teachers supporting children’s remote learning. This paper presents findings of a study that explored whether parents of children with special educational needs and d... Read More about COVID-19 and Remote Learning: Experiences of Parents supporting Children with Special Needs and Disability during the Pandemic.

Competence and competency in higher education, simple terms yet with complex meanings: Theoretical and practical issues for university teachers and assessors implementing Competency-Based Education (CBE) (2021)
Journal Article
Holmes, A. G. D., Polman Tuin, M., & Turner, S. L. (2021). Competence and competency in higher education, simple terms yet with complex meanings: Theoretical and practical issues for university teachers and assessors implementing Competency-Based Education (CBE). Educational Process: International Journal, 10(3), 39-52. https://doi.org/10.22521/edupij.2021.103.3

There are different and conflicting definitions of competence, competency, and competency-based learning. Consequently, multiple interpretations and understandings are held by educators in respect of what these terms mean, when applied to their own t... Read More about Competence and competency in higher education, simple terms yet with complex meanings: Theoretical and practical issues for university teachers and assessors implementing Competency-Based Education (CBE).

Perfect Patterns: Exploring the Relationship between Young Children’s Schemas and Artmaking; Evidence and Implications for Practice (2021)
Journal Article
Traunter, J., & Traunter, I. (in press). Perfect Patterns: Exploring the Relationship between Young Children’s Schemas and Artmaking; Evidence and Implications for Practice. The International Art in Early Childhood Research Journal, 2021(1),

Historically, the significance of visual art in early childhood education and the link to children’s cognitive development has been lacked consideration in the literature. The early years are widely acknowledged as critical in contributing to childre... Read More about Perfect Patterns: Exploring the Relationship between Young Children’s Schemas and Artmaking; Evidence and Implications for Practice.

Can we actually assess learner autonomy? The problematic nature of assessing student autonomy. (2021)
Journal Article
Holmes, A. (in press). Can we actually assess learner autonomy? The problematic nature of assessing student autonomy. Shanlax International Journal of Education, 9(3), 8-15. https://doi.org/10.34293/sijedu.v9i3.3858

This paper explores, from a theoretical basis, the difficulty in defining and assessing learner autonomy in higher education. Despite the development of learner autonomy being a key aim of higher education, it is a vague and ill-defined term. As such... Read More about Can we actually assess learner autonomy? The problematic nature of assessing student autonomy..

Immersive-learning experiences in real-life contexts: deconstructing and reconstructing Vietnamese kindergarten teachers’ understanding of STEAM education (2021)
Journal Article
Shaw, P. A., Traunter, J. E., Nguyen, N., Huong, T. T., & Thao-Do, T. P. (2021). Immersive-learning experiences in real-life contexts: deconstructing and reconstructing Vietnamese kindergarten teachers’ understanding of STEAM education. International Journal of Early Years Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/09669760.2021.1933920

This paper presents a unique perspective into challenges faced by kindergarten teachers in engaging children in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) education in Vietnam. It reports on teachers’ perspectives of an adaptation... Read More about Immersive-learning experiences in real-life contexts: deconstructing and reconstructing Vietnamese kindergarten teachers’ understanding of STEAM education.

INtergenerational Stories of Erosion and Coastal community Understanding of REsilience ‘INSECURE’ (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Parsons, K., Jones, L., & Halstead, F. (2021, April). INtergenerational Stories of Erosion and Coastal community Understanding of REsilience ‘INSECURE’. Presented at EGU General Assembly 2021 (European Geosciences Union), vEGU21: Gather Online

The Holderness has some of the most rapidly eroding coastline in the world, with sections of cliff retreating >10m per year. These rates are due, in large part, to the soft composition of the boulder clay cliffs, but rates are accelerating rapidly in... Read More about INtergenerational Stories of Erosion and Coastal community Understanding of REsilience ‘INSECURE’.

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