Applied Educational Psychology with 16–25 Year Olds

New frameworks and perspectives for working with young people

  • Brian Apter
  • Christopher Arnold
  • Julia Hardy
Since the 2014 Children and Families Act, educational psychologists work in post-16 establishments as well as schools. The settings are different, as are the clients and their needs. Applied psychologists who work with 16-25-year-olds offer their colleagues advice, technical support and practical ideas so they can meet the needs of young adults.
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New frameworks and perspectives for working with young people

  • Brian Apter
  • Christopher Arnold
  • Julia Hardy
Since the 2014 Children and Families Act, educational psychologists work in post-16 establishments as well as schools. The settings are different, as are the clients and their needs. Applied psychologists who work with 16-25-year-olds offer their colleagues advice, technical support and practical ideas so they can meet the needs of young adults.

Price: £25.99

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Inclusion and Intersectionality in Visual Arts Education

  • Kate Hatton
This unique book examines the varied and overlapping identities celebrated in the visual arts in Higher Education. The authors use case studies to show how intersectional theory illuminates debates on inclusion in arts education concerning race, gender, sexuality or class, in compelling and unpredictable new directions.
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  • Kate Hatton
This unique book examines the varied and overlapping identities celebrated in the visual arts in Higher Education. The authors use case studies to show how intersectional theory illuminates debates on inclusion in arts education concerning race, gender, sexuality or class, in compelling and unpredictable new directions.

Price: £24.99

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Science for All

A history of the struggle to establish science for all in school curricula in England

  • Edgar Jenkins
The secure position science now occupies in most school curricula has not been achieved without widespread individual, institutional and political debate. Historian of education Edgar Jenkins provides a fascinating account of the long battle to secure a place for science in school curricula in England. This is a journey that takes us from the time the subject was first schooled in the mid-19th century to the introduction of a National Curriculum in 1989, and offers a unique perspective on current and future developments in our primary and secondary schools.
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A history of the struggle to establish science for all in school curricula in England

  • Edgar Jenkins
The secure position science now occupies in most school curricula has not been achieved without widespread individual, institutional and political debate. Historian of education Edgar Jenkins provides a fascinating account of the long battle to secure a place for science in school curricula in England. This is a journey that takes us from the time the subject was first schooled in the mid-19th century to the introduction of a National Curriculum in 1989, and offers a unique perspective on current and future developments in our primary and secondary schools.

Price: £24.99

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Reframing Space for Learning

Empowering excellence and innovation in university teaching and learning

  • Tim Bilham
  • Claire Hamshire
  • Mary Hartog
  • Martina A. Doolan
The concept, use and experience of ‘space’ in higher education have a deep influence on students and teachers. Reframing Space for Learning uniquely explores space as both a ‘learning place’ that may be physical, virtual, in work or in the field, and a ‘belonging space’ in which all learners can learn, engage, and develop individually and collectively. It describes and analyses how a number of National Teaching Fellows have developed innovative ways of using of place and space for learning across disciplines in higher education. In so doing, they provide practical ideas, inspiration and solutions for practitioners responsible for delivering learning in spaces within and outside universities, nationally and internationally. The National Teaching Fellowship scheme, awarded by the UK’s Higher Education Academy, celebrates and recognizes individuals who have made an outstanding impact on student outcomes and the student profession in higher education.
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Empowering excellence and innovation in university teaching and learning

  • Tim Bilham
  • Claire Hamshire
  • Mary Hartog
  • Martina A. Doolan
The concept, use and experience of ‘space’ in higher education have a deep influence on students and teachers. Reframing Space for Learning uniquely explores space as both a ‘learning place’ that may be physical, virtual, in work or in the field, and a ‘belonging space’ in which all learners can learn, engage, and develop individually and collectively. It describes and analyses how a number of National Teaching Fellows have developed innovative ways of using of place and space for learning across disciplines in higher education. In so doing, they provide practical ideas, inspiration and solutions for practitioners responsible for delivering learning in spaces within and outside universities, nationally and internationally. The National Teaching Fellowship scheme, awarded by the UK’s Higher Education Academy, celebrates and recognizes individuals who have made an outstanding impact on student outcomes and the student profession in higher education.

Price: £22.99

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