Achieving a PhD

Ten Students’ Experiences

  • Phillida Salmon
Phillida Salmon and her group of ten PhD students describe their experiences of doing a PhD and offer advice to new PhD students. This book both challenges the existing patterns of supervision and makes a solid case for more supportive approaches, while at the same time showing us the art of achieving a PhD.
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Ten Students’ Experiences

  • Phillida Salmon
Phillida Salmon and her group of ten PhD students describe their experiences of doing a PhD and offer advice to new PhD students. This book both challenges the existing patterns of supervision and makes a solid case for more supportive approaches, while at the same time showing us the art of achieving a PhD.

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Women and Citizenship in Europe

Borders, Rights and Duties

  • Anna Ward
  • Jeanne Gregory
  • Nira Yuval-Davis
In this book feminists from across Europe draw on their diverse experiences to address the key issues of race, nationalism, sexual politics and the future of the Left. Their contrasting histories and the current economic and political turmoil give it an added urgency.
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Borders, Rights and Duties

  • Anna Ward
  • Jeanne Gregory
  • Nira Yuval-Davis
In this book feminists from across Europe draw on their diverse experiences to address the key issues of race, nationalism, sexual politics and the future of the Left. Their contrasting histories and the current economic and political turmoil give it an added urgency.

Price: £14.99

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Special Educational Needs and the Education Reform Act

  • Neville Jones
  • Jim Docking
In straightforward terms, the authors address the issues arising as a result of the legislation and the implications for the financing and management of schools through the local management of schools provision. They show that the National Curriculum poses problems concerning pupils with special needs.
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  • Neville Jones
  • Jim Docking
In straightforward terms, the authors address the issues arising as a result of the legislation and the implications for the financing and management of schools through the local management of schools provision. They show that the National Curriculum poses problems concerning pupils with special needs.

Price: £12.99

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Fair Interviewing

  • Annie Hedge
  • Barbara Darling
This handbook is designed to help organizations ensure that they appoint the right applicants for the right post. Only by following clearly prescribed procedures will interviewing panels identity what applicants are capable of, and make the most appropriate selection.
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  • Annie Hedge
  • Barbara Darling
This handbook is designed to help organizations ensure that they appoint the right applicants for the right post. Only by following clearly prescribed procedures will interviewing panels identity what applicants are capable of, and make the most appropriate selection.

Price: £9.99

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Through Whose Eyes?

Exploring Racism – Reader, Text and Context

  • Beverley Naidoo
We read what we are” or “we are what we read”? This is the story of a year in an English class where all the literature read by the 13/14-year-old white students was written from perspectives strongly indicting racism. The reader-response work with students, both written and oral, provides fascinating insight into the transaction between reader and text.
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Exploring Racism – Reader, Text and Context

  • Beverley Naidoo
We read what we are” or “we are what we read”? This is the story of a year in an English class where all the literature read by the 13/14-year-old white students was written from perspectives strongly indicting racism. The reader-response work with students, both written and oral, provides fascinating insight into the transaction between reader and text.

Price: £18.99

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Managing Teachers’ Time in Primary Schools

  • R.J. Campbell
This paper examines evidence about the nature of primary teaching and work after the Education Reform Act, and discusses policy issues concerning teachers’ workloads, staffing levels, the broad and balanced curriculum, and assessment and recording. Implications for heads and governors are explored.
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  • R.J. Campbell
This paper examines evidence about the nature of primary teaching and work after the Education Reform Act, and discusses policy issues concerning teachers’ workloads, staffing levels, the broad and balanced curriculum, and assessment and recording. Implications for heads and governors are explored.

Price: £3.95

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Managing Learning in the Primary Classroom

  • Neville Bennett
This paper examines evidence about how teachers might organise their pupils’ learning and discusses the support needed from headteachers and governors.
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  • Neville Bennett
This paper examines evidence about how teachers might organise their pupils’ learning and discusses the support needed from headteachers and governors.

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Sugar and Spice?

Bullying in Single-sex Schools

  • Celestine Keise
Schools set the behavioural standards for students which, in turn, have obvious effects on achievement. The author offers an account of the actions taken by the schools that significantly reduced levels of bullying and offers important recommendations for others concerned to do the same
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Bullying in Single-sex Schools

  • Celestine Keise
Schools set the behavioural standards for students which, in turn, have obvious effects on achievement. The author offers an account of the actions taken by the schools that significantly reduced levels of bullying and offers important recommendations for others concerned to do the same

Price: £4.95

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Potent Poems for Pole-axed Pedagogues

  • Mike Kivi
Here is Mrs Dover in her Rover, sorting out the school day, Mrs Kelly quoting Keats and Shelley, gentle in her mist of laudanum and Gordon’s gin, Reebok-shod, hairy-legged teachers at the school fête – all coping as best they can with assessment, league tables and other current educational fads!
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  • Mike Kivi
Here is Mrs Dover in her Rover, sorting out the school day, Mrs Kelly quoting Keats and Shelley, gentle in her mist of laudanum and Gordon’s gin, Reebok-shod, hairy-legged teachers at the school fête – all coping as best they can with assessment, league tables and other current educational fads!

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Re-education for Employment

  • John Eggleston
  • etc.
This report of the work of self help groups of unemployed black adults was funded by the Further Education Unit of DES. It shows how effectively these groups are able to generate employment capabilities for their members and offers recommendations for the further development of such initiatives. Recommended reading for all concerned with equal opportunities in further and adult education. Includes six case studies of groups.
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  • John Eggleston
  • etc.
This report of the work of self help groups of unemployed black adults was funded by the Further Education Unit of DES. It shows how effectively these groups are able to generate employment capabilities for their members and offers recommendations for the further development of such initiatives. Recommended reading for all concerned with equal opportunities in further and adult education. Includes six case studies of groups.

Price: £10.00

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