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The Translation of Advertising Texts : a Study of English-Language Advertisements and their Translations in Russian
(VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller, 2009-12)
Developing a 'fit' attitude in Primary School Children : How do children regard Physical Education in the primary school and how might affect policy, practice and research?
Much has changed in the last twenty years in the UK with regard to attitudes towards children’s health and fitness. We now have a government which is referring ‘child obesity’ using the medical terminology ‘epidemic'. The ...
Teamwork and Collaboration in Early Years Settings
(Learning Matters, 2009-06)
A critical analysis of initial teacher education policy in Australia and England : past, present and possible futures
The quality of schooling and the teaching workforce are global issues. The author uses a futures methodology to reflect on the past and speculate on the future of initial teacher education policy. The first section looks ...
A generative model of teachers' thinking on musical creativity.
This paper draws on and extends a four-year investigation of creativity in music education with particular reference to the perceptions of six secondary school teachers (Odena, Plummeridge and Welch, 2005; Odena and Welch, ...
Developing specialist expertise : an unanticipated learning trajectory
This paper is a narrative of two dimensions of professional learning: a personal one following the development of the author's own understanding of professional learning and its impact on practice explored through her ...
Internationalising teachers and teaching
(Nexus Strategic Partnerships, 2009)
Internationalisation could be seen as the defining feature of human society today. Modern travel, ease of communication, and economic and environmental interdependence, make it vitally important that teacher educators ...
Transnational teaching experiences : an under‐explored territory for transformative professional development
In an increasingly global higher education environment, many universities are taking their educational services overseas. One model of overseas provision is through transnational (offshore) education. Transnational teaching ...
Pilot study to evaluate Dance Movement Psychotherapy (the BodyMind Approach) in patients with medically unexplained symptoms : Participant and facilitator perceptions and a summary discussion
The principle objective of the study was to explore and systematically analyse whether participants with medically unexplained symptoms (MUS) changed their perception of their bodily symptoms, and received any other benefits ...
Evaluation of Youth Activities in Hertford Sele Ward, Hertfordshire : Report Commissioned by Riversmead Housing Association
(University of Hertfordshire, 2009)