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An Intervention Programme to Facilitate the Preschool Transition in Mexico (2020)
Journal Article
Urbina Garcia, A. (2020). An Intervention Programme to Facilitate the Preschool Transition in Mexico. Frontiers in Education, 5, https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2020.00095

Over the last two decades there has been a growing interest in promoting a smooth transition to the first grade of primary school, given the potential long-term change this can have in preschool children at an academic and personal level. Research sh... Read More about An Intervention Programme to Facilitate the Preschool Transition in Mexico.

(How) Do Students Use Learning Outcomes? Results from a Small-Scale Project (2020)
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Holmes, A. G. (2020). (How) Do Students Use Learning Outcomes? Results from a Small-Scale Project. Educational Process: International Journal, 9(2), 80-89. https://doi.org/10.22521/edupij.2020.92.1

Pre-specified, prescribed or intended Learning Outcomes have been in use throughout higher education programs for over two decades. There is an assumption amongst quality assurance bodies and university program approval and review processes that stu... Read More about (How) Do Students Use Learning Outcomes? Results from a Small-Scale Project.

Story-telling as memorialisation: suffering, resilience and victim identities (2020)
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Green, S. T., Kondor, K., & Kidd, A. (in press). Story-telling as memorialisation: suffering, resilience and victim identities. Oñati Socio-Legal Series, 10(3), 563-583. https://doi.org/10.3529...isl/0000-0000-0000-1122

Is there a relationship between story-telling and memorialisation in the construction of victim identities? This paper seeks to examine these questions and shed light on the cultural dynamics of victimisation with reference to examples from sociologi... Read More about Story-telling as memorialisation: suffering, resilience and victim identities.

What do we know about University Academics’ Mental Health? A Systematic Literature Review (2020)
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Urbina Garcia, A. (in press). What do we know about University Academics’ Mental Health? A Systematic Literature Review. Stress and Health, https://doi.org/10.1002/smi.2956

There has been a growing interest on the negative influence that the environment of higher education institutions has on the mental health of academics. The current climate of global education-competition, places extreme expectations on academics. A... Read More about What do we know about University Academics’ Mental Health? A Systematic Literature Review.

Ethics review, neoliberal governmentality and the activation of moral subjects (2020)
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James, F. (in press). Ethics review, neoliberal governmentality and the activation of moral subjects. Educational Philosophy and Theory, https://doi.org/10.1080/00131857.2020.1761327

This article examines forms of subjectivation propagated through the processes and practices of ethics review in UK Higher Education Institutions. Codified notions of research ethics are particularly prevalent in the university context along with str... Read More about Ethics review, neoliberal governmentality and the activation of moral subjects.

Photo-elicitation and photo-voice: using visual methodological tools to engage with younger children’s voices about inclusion in education (2020)
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Shaw, P. A. (in press). Photo-elicitation and photo-voice: using visual methodological tools to engage with younger children’s voices about inclusion in education. International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1080/1743727x.2020.1755248

Whilst the importance of engaging with children’s voices is now more widely recognized, there is still a dearth of representation of younger children’s voices specifically. Visual methodological tools, such as photo-elicitation and photo-voice are us... Read More about Photo-elicitation and photo-voice: using visual methodological tools to engage with younger children’s voices about inclusion in education.

‘We are the same as everyone else just with a different and unique backstory’: identity, belonging and Othering within education for young people are ‘looked after’. (2020)
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Jones, L., Dean, C., Dunhill, A., Hope, M., & Shaw, P. (in press). ‘We are the same as everyone else just with a different and unique backstory’: identity, belonging and Othering within education for young people are ‘looked after’. Children & society, https://doi.org/10.1111/chso.12382

This paper develops understandings of how being publicly identified and consequently labelled as ‘looked after’ can have damaging consequences for young people, particularly in how they are perceived by their peers in the context of schooling. Based... Read More about ‘We are the same as everyone else just with a different and unique backstory’: identity, belonging and Othering within education for young people are ‘looked after’..


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