Items where Division is "Faculty of Health, Education and Life Sciences > School of Education and Social Work" and Year is 2021

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Axtell, Ian James (2021) From Shifting Sands to Disappearing in Dunes: Using critically reflexive autoethnography to rethink place, position and purpose in general classroom music teacher education. Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

Collins, Tina and Gazeley, Louise (2021) Teachers and lower attaining boys: moving beyond the binary? Educational Review. ISSN 0013-1911

Dakka, Fadia (2021) Rhythm and the Possible: Moments, Anticipation and Dwelling in the Contemporary University. In: Inquiring into Academic Timescapes. Emerald Publishing. ISBN 9781789739121

Dewes, Ian (2021) Neoliberal tensions in the English education system: What factors influence schools’ decisions about joining a multi academy trust? Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

Fautley, Martin (2021) Music Education in England as a Political Act: Reflections on a Craft under pressure. In: Music education as craft - reframing theories and practices. Springer. ISBN 9783030677039

Fulford, Lynn (2021) Stories from a marginalised majority: an exploration of local live at home students and their experiences of ‘student-hood’. Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

Hill, Joanne (2021) Growing Your Own: The Impact of School Direct on the Training of Primary Teachers. Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

Huddleston, Grant and Bolton, Chris and Collins, Tina and Pykett, Gary and Bennett-Hartley, Mary and Kinsella, Victoria and Davey-Nicklin, Kelly (2021) Education Journal Magazine: Volume 2, Edition 1. Birmingham City University.

Huddleston, Grant and Collins, Tina and Bennett-Hartley, Mary and Bolton, Chris (2021) Education Journal Magazine: Volume 1, Edition 2. Birmingham City University.

Huddleston, Grant and Collins, Tina and Bennett-Hartley, Mary and Bolton, Chris (2021) Education Journal Magazine: Volume 1, Edition 3. Birmingham City University.

Lambert, Louise (2021) Diffraction as an otherwise practice of exploring new teachers’ entanglements in time and space. Professional Development in Education. ISSN 1941-5257

Peckham, Kathryn (2021) A phenomenological study exploring how early childhood pedagogies enable the development of dispositions. Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

Puttick, Mary-Rose (2021) Reimagining family literacy: co-creating pedagogies with migrating mothers in third sector spaces. Doctoral thesis, Birmingham City University.

Simcock, Peter and Bond, Jacqui and Duncan, Liz (2021) Deafblindness – the psychosocial impact makes it core social work. Professional Social Work Online.

Simcock, Peter and Manthorpe, Jill (2021) Ageing with deafblindness. In: Handbook on Ageing with Disability. Routledge, London, pp. 97-107. ISBN 9781138611498

Vaughan, Sian and Blackburn, Carolyn and Curzon, Rachel (2021) Continuing conversations: Moving support for doctoral supervisors’ professional development online. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 58 (6). pp. 716-726. ISSN 1470-3297

Watt, Colin (2021) “And the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time”: Recognising “the duality at the heart of Social Work practice”. In: ‘Empowering Marginalised People to Protect themselves during the Pandemic and Future Crises’, 5th March 2021, Manitoba, Canada/ Birmingham, UK. (Unpublished)

Watt, Colin (2021) Making sense of Complexity: Using Thematic Analysis to understand the role of the Foster Carer. In: Health and Social Care Research Methods in Context: Applying Research to Practice. Routledge, pp. 74-90. ISBN 9780367744182

Watt, Colin (2021) The Uniqueness of Social Work Research?: Lessons from a study exploring Practice with Care Experienced Young People. In: Launch of the Social Work Education, Policy and Practice (SWEPP) Research Group, 10th November 2021, Birmingham, UK. (Unpublished)

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