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Inspiring school design: an architect's perspective
The impact of Lesson Study on the development of two primary student teachers
This small-scale research project investigated the learning experiences of two student-teachers, enrolled on the primary School Direct Salaried course at the University of Hertfordshire, as they participated in Lesson Study ...
Feedback in Action : An innovative approach to developing primary teachers’ attitudes, musical understanding and practices
My research addresses issues of professional development in music education with reference to a one year ‘in-school’ programme of training provided by a nationally renowned music education charity in an urban primary school. ...
Student-staff partnership in learning and teaching
This article focuses on student-staff partnership working in a UK university and draws on literature and practice, particularly from the UK and the US where it is emerging as an approach to educational practice - although ...
Authority, Power and Distributed Leadership
A much greater understanding is needed of power in the practice of distributed leadership. This article explores how the concept of social authority might be helpful in achieving this. It suggests that the practice of ...
Exploring the Complex Interplay of National Learning and Teaching Policy and Academic Development Practice
Academic developers are important interpreters of policy, yet little research has focussed on the interplay of policy and academic development practice. Using methods from Critical Discourse Analysis, this article analyses ...
Developing teachers as science leaders in primary school
Children’s experiences of science at primary school inform their decisions about studying science post16, which impacts on the supply of STEM professionals. In England, the Primary Science Quality Mark (PSQM) award programme ...