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Research-Informed Teaching in a Global Pandemic: "Opening up" Schools to Research (2020)
Book Chapter
Connolly, C., Hall, T., Jones, S., & Procter, R. (2020). Research-Informed Teaching in a Global Pandemic: "Opening up" Schools to Research. In R. E. Ferdig, E. Baumgartner, R. Hartshorne, R. Kaplan-Rakowski, & C. Mouza (Eds.), Teaching, technology, and teacher education during the COVID-19 pandemic: Stories from the field (609-616). Waynesville: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education

The teacher-research agenda has become a significant consideration for policy and professional development in a number of countries. Encouraging research-based teacher education programmes remains an important goal, where teachers are able to effecti... Read More about Research-Informed Teaching in a Global Pandemic: "Opening up" Schools to Research.

Offender Learning and Prison Education (2020)
Book Chapter
Wilkinson, S. (2020). Offender Learning and Prison Education. In J. Tummons (Ed.), PCET: Learning and teaching in the post compulsory sector (219-231). London: Sage

Using concepts drawn from complexity, organizational and management theories, the chapter considers the role and purpose of prison education and its place within the English prison system. What it is like to work in offender learning and the experien... Read More about Offender Learning and Prison Education.

Improving sustainability : what can education learn from other complex systems? (2013)
Journal Article
Bottery, M. (2013). Improving sustainability : what can education learn from other complex systems?. Educational research journal, 28(42767), 11444

This article is concerned with the causes of unsustainability in complex systems, and what educators can learn from such a study. It argues that there are a number of similar stressors in many complex systems. The systems chosen to illustrate this ar... Read More about Improving sustainability : what can education learn from other complex systems?.

Youth work and state education : should youth workers apply to set up a free school? (2012)
Journal Article
Hope, M. (2012). Youth work and state education : should youth workers apply to set up a free school?. Youth and Policy, 109(September), 60 - 70

The UK Coalition Government’s new policy on Free Schools presents a dilemma for youth workers. Is there any possibility of establishing a ‘youth worker – led Free School’ based on the principles and values of youth work? Do th... Read More about Youth work and state education : should youth workers apply to set up a free school?.