Doing Justice to History

Transforming Black history in secondary schools

  • Abdul Mohamud
  • Robin Whitburn
Doing Justice to History provides new insights into Black history at local, national and international levels, and will become a key resource for the annual Black History Month. The authors’ accounts of excellent practice in presenting an inclusive view of history to students, teachers and teacher trainers offer inspiration and guidance.
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Transforming Black history in secondary schools

  • Abdul Mohamud
  • Robin Whitburn
Doing Justice to History provides new insights into Black history at local, national and international levels, and will become a key resource for the annual Black History Month. The authors’ accounts of excellent practice in presenting an inclusive view of history to students, teachers and teacher trainers offer inspiration and guidance.

Price: £24.99

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Creativity, Education and Society

Writings of Anna Craft

  • Anna Craft
This memorial volume of ten key writings by the late Anna Craft, chosen and introduced by her colleagues, illuminate five themes that illustrate the development of this important educationalist’s innovative ideas, including possibility thinking and creativity, wisdom and ethics.
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Writings of Anna Craft

  • Anna Craft
This memorial volume of ten key writings by the late Anna Craft, chosen and introduced by her colleagues, illuminate five themes that illustrate the development of this important educationalist’s innovative ideas, including possibility thinking and creativity, wisdom and ethics.

Price: £26.99

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Towards the Compassionate School

From golden rule to golden thread

  • Maurice Irfan Coles
The golden rule – treat everyone as you would be treated yourself – is the basis for a compassionate society. This book shows how to create compassionate schools that embody love in action and can thus help children deal with the difficult issues they face today. It argues for schools worldwide to adopt a compassionate curriculum.
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From golden rule to golden thread

  • Maurice Irfan Coles
The golden rule – treat everyone as you would be treated yourself – is the basis for a compassionate society. This book shows how to create compassionate schools that embody love in action and can thus help children deal with the difficult issues they face today. It argues for schools worldwide to adopt a compassionate curriculum.

Price: £24.99

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Catching Hell and Doing Well

Black women in the UK – the Abasindi Cooperative

  • Diana Watt
  • Adele D. Jones
Photographs, poems and press cuttings enhance this account of the achievements of the women of the Abasindi Cooperative, who carved a space in their Manchester community to determine and redefine their conditions – along the way making a significant contribution to community activism in the UK today against race, class and gender oppression.
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Black women in the UK – the Abasindi Cooperative

  • Diana Watt
  • Adele D. Jones
Photographs, poems and press cuttings enhance this account of the achievements of the women of the Abasindi Cooperative, who carved a space in their Manchester community to determine and redefine their conditions – along the way making a significant contribution to community activism in the UK today against race, class and gender oppression.

Price: £20.00

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Everyone’s Future

Lessons from fifty years of Scottish comprehensive schooling

  • Daniel Murphy
  • Linda Croxford
  • Cathy Howieson
  • David Raffe
Comprehensive education began in the UK 50 years ago and, unlike in England, still commands widespread support in Scotland. This account of the Scottish system’s development, compared with elsewhere in the UK, shows how Scotland has benefited from an inclusive system of schooling and offers lessons for the future of education.
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Lessons from fifty years of Scottish comprehensive schooling

  • Daniel Murphy
  • Linda Croxford
  • Cathy Howieson
  • David Raffe
Comprehensive education began in the UK 50 years ago and, unlike in England, still commands widespread support in Scotland. This account of the Scottish system’s development, compared with elsewhere in the UK, shows how Scotland has benefited from an inclusive system of schooling and offers lessons for the future of education.

Price: £25.99

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Leading the Use of Research and Evidence in Schools

  • Chris Brown
A collection of diverse views on the current drive for schools to become ‘research-engaged’. The contributors ask difficult questions, but each writes with the primary aim of supporting schools as they grapple with the challenges of using (and generating) evidence effectively.
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  • Chris Brown
A collection of diverse views on the current drive for schools to become ‘research-engaged’. The contributors ask difficult questions, but each writes with the primary aim of supporting schools as they grapple with the challenges of using (and generating) evidence effectively.

Price: £24.99

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Learning to live together

Struggles for citizenship and human rights education

  • Hugh Starkey
Democracy provides a framework for lively struggles against discrimination by gender, ethnicity, class, or sexuality. In this lecture Hugh Starkey argues that education for cosmopolitan citizenship provides expression for multiple voices and promotes common standards that both include and transcend so-called fundamental British values.
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Struggles for citizenship and human rights education

  • Hugh Starkey
Democracy provides a framework for lively struggles against discrimination by gender, ethnicity, class, or sexuality. In this lecture Hugh Starkey argues that education for cosmopolitan citizenship provides expression for multiple voices and promotes common standards that both include and transcend so-called fundamental British values.

Price: £5.99

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The Coming of Age for FE?

Reflections on the past and future role of further education colleges in England

  • Ann Hodgson
In this detailed, scholarly and yet remarkably accessible collection, Ann Hodgson brings together leading FE researchers, practitioners, and policymakers, from whose work emerges a fascinating narrative of the development of the sector and the place it finds itself in today.
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Reflections on the past and future role of further education colleges in England

  • Ann Hodgson
In this detailed, scholarly and yet remarkably accessible collection, Ann Hodgson brings together leading FE researchers, practitioners, and policymakers, from whose work emerges a fascinating narrative of the development of the sector and the place it finds itself in today.

Price: £24.99

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Number skills in primary school

Development and individual differences

  • Richard Cowan
Contrary to public perceptions, the differences in number skills between children in the same class taught by the same teacher are greater than differences between schools or countries. This inaugural lecture considers the factors that may be influential, drawing on findings from research projects funded by the ESRC and the Nuffield Foundation.
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Development and individual differences

  • Richard Cowan
Contrary to public perceptions, the differences in number skills between children in the same class taught by the same teacher are greater than differences between schools or countries. This inaugural lecture considers the factors that may be influential, drawing on findings from research projects funded by the ESRC and the Nuffield Foundation.

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Further Education and the Twelve Dancing Princesses

  • Maire Daley
  • Kevin Orr
  • Joel Petrie
In the Brothers Grimm tale of the Twelve Dancing Princesses they escape from the room they are locked in to dance all through each night. Using this as a metaphor for the possibility of subversion and autonomy in FE teaching, twelve practitioners suggest professional development that will culminate in a collective, celebratory result.
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  • Maire Daley
  • Kevin Orr
  • Joel Petrie
In the Brothers Grimm tale of the Twelve Dancing Princesses they escape from the room they are locked in to dance all through each night. Using this as a metaphor for the possibility of subversion and autonomy in FE teaching, twelve practitioners suggest professional development that will culminate in a collective, celebratory result.

Price: £24.99

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