Evaluating Equity and Widening Participation in Higher Education

  • Penny Jane Burke
  • Annette Hayton
  • Jacqueline Stevenson
This collection considers relationships between research and evaluation, and the ethical and moral dilemmas raised when evaluating equity and widening participation in higher education. The framework of praxis the editors have created helps justify government funding towards university-led equity initiatives and ensure appropriate use of resources.
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  • Penny Jane Burke
  • Annette Hayton
  • Jacqueline Stevenson
This collection considers relationships between research and evaluation, and the ethical and moral dilemmas raised when evaluating equity and widening participation in higher education. The framework of praxis the editors have created helps justify government funding towards university-led equity initiatives and ensure appropriate use of resources.

Price: £23.99

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Machine Learning and Human Intelligence

The future of education for the 21st century

  • Rosemary Luckin
Intelligence is at the heart of what makes us human, but we invest artificial intelligence (AI) with qualities it does not have. Rosemary Luckin proposes a way to understand the complexity of human intelligence, offering clear-sighted recommendations for how educators can draw on what AI does best to nurture and expand our human capabilities.
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The future of education for the 21st century

  • Rosemary Luckin
Intelligence is at the heart of what makes us human, but we invest artificial intelligence (AI) with qualities it does not have. Rosemary Luckin proposes a way to understand the complexity of human intelligence, offering clear-sighted recommendations for how educators can draw on what AI does best to nurture and expand our human capabilities.

Price: £19.99

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Faith and Experience in Education

Essays from Quaker perspectives

  • Don Rowe
  • Anne Watson
Twelve Quakers describe how the values of love, truth, justice, equality, peace and community can wholly guide educational practice. Their counter-blast to the reduction of teaching to technical skills, and of child development to a series of tests, shows how these values can inspire all British school sectors, Early Years and HE. For all teachers.
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Essays from Quaker perspectives

  • Don Rowe
  • Anne Watson
Twelve Quakers describe how the values of love, truth, justice, equality, peace and community can wholly guide educational practice. Their counter-blast to the reduction of teaching to technical skills, and of child development to a series of tests, shows how these values can inspire all British school sectors, Early Years and HE. For all teachers.

Price: £24.99

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Catalyst

An evidence-informed, collaborative professional learning resource for teacher leaders and other leaders working within and across schools

  • Louise Stoll
  • Carol Taylor
  • Karen Spence-Thomas
  • Chris Brown
Catalyst is designed to support and promote the change, professional learning and development of groups of teacher leaders, both within and across schools. It consists of two sets of evidence-informed resource cards and a clear and detailed facilitator guide.
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An evidence-informed, collaborative professional learning resource for teacher leaders and other leaders working within and across schools

  • Louise Stoll
  • Carol Taylor
  • Karen Spence-Thomas
  • Chris Brown
Catalyst is designed to support and promote the change, professional learning and development of groups of teacher leaders, both within and across schools. It consists of two sets of evidence-informed resource cards and a clear and detailed facilitator guide.

Price: £29.99

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Reframing Space for Learning

Excellence and innovation in university teaching

  • Tim Bilham
  • Claire Hamshire
  • Mary Hartog
  • Martina A. Doolan
The concept and use of ‘space’ in higher education influence students and teachers deeply. Reframing Space for Learning explores space as a physical ‘learning place’ and a ‘belonging space’ for individual and collective development. Innovative approaches in a range of HE disciplines are presented in the work of 40 experienced university teachers.
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Excellence and innovation in university teaching

  • Tim Bilham
  • Claire Hamshire
  • Mary Hartog
  • Martina A. Doolan
The concept and use of ‘space’ in higher education influence students and teachers deeply. Reframing Space for Learning explores space as a physical ‘learning place’ and a ‘belonging space’ for individual and collective development. Innovative approaches in a range of HE disciplines are presented in the work of 40 experienced university teachers.

Price: £25.99

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Responding to children in the twenty-first century

Education, social pedagogy and belonging

  • Claire Cameron
We want children and young people to thrive and fulfil their potential. How then, can we best identify and respond to their needs in order to achieve this? Professor Cameron argues that to make substantial progress for all young people we need to expand our understanding of the scope of ‘belonging’ to give children in care a ‘rich’ life.
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Education, social pedagogy and belonging

  • Claire Cameron
We want children and young people to thrive and fulfil their potential. How then, can we best identify and respond to their needs in order to achieve this? Professor Cameron argues that to make substantial progress for all young people we need to expand our understanding of the scope of ‘belonging’ to give children in care a ‘rich’ life.

Price: £5.99

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Equalities and Inequalities in the English Education System

  • David Scott
  • Ben Scott
The aim of this book is to develop a more coherent account of how social categories such as gender, race, dis-ability, intelligence, sexuality and class function in education. This task has the potential to transform our understandings of these matters and hence our educational practices.
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  • David Scott
  • Ben Scott
The aim of this book is to develop a more coherent account of how social categories such as gender, race, dis-ability, intelligence, sexuality and class function in education. This task has the potential to transform our understandings of these matters and hence our educational practices.

Price: £19.99

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Higher education as self-formation

  • Simon Marginson
Higher education can be understood as a process of self-formation that enables the student to become more self-determining. But how does this idea play out today’s high-participation HE systems? They have made educated human capabilities more widespread, yet the opportunities to use them seem to be shrinking as societies become more unequal.
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  • Simon Marginson
Higher education can be understood as a process of self-formation that enables the student to become more self-determining. But how does this idea play out today’s high-participation HE systems? They have made educated human capabilities more widespread, yet the opportunities to use them seem to be shrinking as societies become more unequal.

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Black British Graduates

Untold stories

  • Amanda Arbouin
Ten British graduates of African Caribbean heritage review their compulsory and post-compulsory education and their careers. They relate how they navigated the obstructions and microaggressions encountered while pursuing academic qualifications and discuss their choices of employment. A key text for education studies and teacher training courses.
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Untold stories

  • Amanda Arbouin
Ten British graduates of African Caribbean heritage review their compulsory and post-compulsory education and their careers. They relate how they navigated the obstructions and microaggressions encountered while pursuing academic qualifications and discuss their choices of employment. A key text for education studies and teacher training courses.

Price: £19.99

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Inside the Ivory Tower

Narratives of women of colour surviving and thriving in British academia

  • Deborah Gabriel
  • Shirley Anne Tate
The perspectives, experiences and career trajectories of women of colour in British academia reveal a space dominated by whiteness and patriarchy. Facing daily experiences that range from subtle microagressions to overt racialized and gendered abuse, the contributors describe how they are compelled to develop strategies for survival and success.
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Narratives of women of colour surviving and thriving in British academia

  • Deborah Gabriel
  • Shirley Anne Tate
The perspectives, experiences and career trajectories of women of colour in British academia reveal a space dominated by whiteness and patriarchy. Facing daily experiences that range from subtle microagressions to overt racialized and gendered abuse, the contributors describe how they are compelled to develop strategies for survival and success.

Price: £24.99

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