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Addison, N; (2005) Expressing the not-said: Art and design and the formation of sexual identities. International Journal of Art and Design Education , 24 (1) pp. 20-30. Green open access
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Addison, N; Burgess, L; (2005) The Friendly Interventionist: reflections on the relationship between critical practice and artist/teachers in secondary school. In: Atkinson, D and Dash, P, (eds.) Social and Critical Practices in Art Education. (pp. 127-137). Trentham Books: Stoke-on-Trent.

Adrian, JE; Clemente, RA; Villanueva, L; Rieffe, C; (2005) Parent-child picture-book reading, mothers' mental state language and children's theory of mind. JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE , 32 (3) pp. 673-686. 10.1017/S0305000905006963.

Aikman, S; Unterhalter, E; Challender, C; (2005) The education MDGs: Achieving gender equality through curriculum and pedagogy change. Gender and Development , 13 (1) pp. 44-55. 10.1080/13552070512331332276.

Alderson, P; (2005) Children as researchers: the effects of participation rights on research methodology. Educaco & Sociedade , 26 pp. 419-442.

Alderson, P; (2005) Complications within consent. Bull Med Ethics (210) pp. 15-19.

Alderson, P; (2005) Designing ethical research with children. In: Exploring ethical research with children. (pp. 27-36). Open University Press: Buckingham.

Alderson, P; (2005) Generational inequalities. UK Health Watch , 7 pp. 47-52.

Alderson, P; (2005) Educating the whole person: childrens needs and rights. In: Burrell, A and Riley, R, (eds.) Promoting childrens well-being in the primary years. (pp. 22-33). Network Educational Press: Stafford.

Alderson, P; (2005) Childrens rights: a new approach to studying childhood. In: Penn, H, (ed.) Understanding early childhood: ideas and controversies. (pp. 127-141). Open University Press: Buckingham.

Alderson, P; Alderson, P; (2005) Children, Families, States. Report of Institute of Education MA in Childhood Studies annual conference. UNSPECIFIED

Alderson, P; Farsides, B; Williams, C; (2005) Multi-disciplinary research: culture clash or the best of all worlds? In: Hallowell, N and Lawton, J and Gregory, S, (eds.) Reflecting upon research: the perils, pitfalls and pleasures of doing social science research. (pp. 91-94). Open University Press: Buckingham.

Alderson, P; Hawthorne, J; Killen, M; (2005) Are premature babies citizens with rights? Provision rights and the edges of citizenship. Journal of Social Science (India) , 9 pp. 80-90.

Alderson, P; Hawthorne, J; Killen, M; (2005) The participation rights of premature babies. International Journal of Children's Rights , 13 (1-2) pp. 31-50. 10.1163/1571818054545231.

Alston, E; St James-Roberts, I; Alston, E; St James-Roberts, I; (2005) Home environments of 10-month-old infants selected by the WILSTAAR screen for pre-language difficulties. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders , 40 (2) pp. 123-136. 10.1080/13682820400006861.

Annaz, D; Karmiloff-Smith, A; (2005) Cross-syndrome, cross-domain comparisons of development trajectories. ADRSC-ASSOC DIFFUSION RECHERCHES SCIENCES COGNITIVES

Archer, L; Francis, B; (2005) ‘They never go off the rails like other ethnic groups’: teachers’ constructions of British Chinese pupils’ gender identities and approaches to learning. British Journal of Sociology of Education , 26 (2) pp. 165-182. 10.1080/0142569042000294156.

Argyri, E; (2005) Crosslinguistic Influence in the Grammar of Greek-English Bilingual Children. In: Cambridge: Cambridge Institute of Language Research

Armstrong, F; (2005) Pupil or 'Patient': difference, disability and education in France. In: Barnes, C and Mercer, G, (eds.) The Social Model of Disability: Europe and the Majority World. (pp. 49-64). The Disability Press: Leeds.

Armstrong, F; Russell, O; Schimanski, E; (2005) Action Research for inclusive education: Innovations in teaching and learning. Education in The North , 13 pp. 14-23.

Ashton, D; Green, F; James, D; Sung, J; (2005) Education and Training for Development in East Asia The Political Economy of Skill Formation in Newly Industrialised Economies. Routledge

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Baker, D; (2005) Music service teachers' life histories in the United Kingdom with implications for practice. International Journal of Music Education , 23 (3) pp. 263-277. 10.1177/0255761405058243.

Baker, D; (2005) Peripatetic music teachers approaching mid-career: A cause for concern? British Journal of Music Education , 22 (2) pp. 141-153. 10.1017/S026505170500611X.

Baker, DC; (2005) Voices in concert: Life histories of peripatetic music teachers. Doctoral thesis, Reading University.

Bakker, A; Hoyles, C; Kent, P; Noss, R; (2005) Grafieken lezen om problemen op te lossen op de werkvloer [Reading graphs to solve problems on the shop floor]. Nieuwe Wiskrant , 25 pp. 33-36.

Bakker, A; Hoyles, C; Kent, P; Noss, R; (2005) Graphic examples. Packaging Professional , 28 pp. 12-13.

Ball, SJ; (2005) Education policy and social class: The selected works of Stephen J. Ball.

Ball, SJ; Vincent, C; (2005) The 'childcare champion'? New Labour, social justice and the childcare market. British Educational Research Journal , 31 (5) pp. 557-570. 10.1080/01411920500240700. Green open access
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Barlow, A; Duncan, S; James, G; Park, A; (2005) Cohabitation, marriage and the law: Social change and legal reform in the 21st century. [Book]. Hart Publishing: Oxford.

Barnes, P; Price, L; Maddocks, A; Cheung, WY; William, J; Mason, B; Jackson, S; (2005) Immunisation status in the public care system: a comparative study. Vaccine , 23 (21) pp. 2820-2823.

Barnett, R; (2005) Engaging the Curriculum in Higher Education. Open University Press: Maidenhead.

Barnett, R; (2005) Recapturing the Universal in the University. Educational Philosophy and Theory , 37 (6) pp. 783-795.

Barnett, R; (2005) The Changing Role of the Public Intellectual. In: Cummings, D, (ed.) The Changing Role of the Public Intellectual. (pp. 108-122). Routledge: Abingdon.

Barnett, R; (2005) Re-opening Research: new amateurs or new professionals? In: Finnegan, R, (ed.) Participating in the Knowledge Society: Researchers Beyond the University Walls. (pp. 263-277). Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke.

Barnett, R; (2005) Quality - a Virtuous Project? In: Hada, Y, (ed.) Carving out a New Horizon for University Assessment. (pp. 83-104). Toshindo: Tokyo.

Barnett, R; Phipps, A; (2005) Academic Travel: Modes and Directions. Review of Education, Pedagogy and Cultural Studies , 27 (1) pp. 3-16.

Bartley, M; Calderwood, L; Jayaweera, H; Plewis, I; Ward, K; (2005) Children's origins. In: Dex, S and Joshi, H, (eds.) Children of the 21st Century. (pp. 25-71). Policy Press: Bristol.

Beard, R; Pell, G, Shorrocks-Taylor, D, Swinnerton, B, ; (2005) National Evaluation of the National Literacy Strategy Further Literacy Support Programme: Follow-up Study 2003-20004. Department for Education and Skills/National Primary Strategy: London.

Beck, V; Fuller, A; Unwin, L; (2005) Employers, young people and gender segregation (Wales). Equal Opportunities Commission, Manchester.

Bennett, JH; Bennett, ER; Lowry, J; Derry, J; (2005) Defining the educational needs of recent dental graduates preparing for the Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery examination. BRITISH DENTAL JOURNAL pp. 21-25.

Bezemer, J; (2005) Multimodality and Multiculturalism in Education. A Case Study on Achieving Understanding in Inner-London Language Classrooms : End-of-award report to Netherlands Organization of Scientific Research. Netherlands Organization of Scientific Research

Bezemer, J; Heen-Wold, A; Kroon, S; de Wal-Pastoor, L; Ryen, E; (2005) Teaching and Learning in Multicultural Contexts: A comparative analysis of language teaching and learning in a Norwegian and Dutch primary school classroom. Intercultural Education , 16 (5) pp. 453-467.

Bhavnani, R; Mirza, H; Meetoo, V; (2005) Tackling the Roots of Racism: Lessons for Success. Policy Press: Bristol.

Bird, A; Gage, H; Owen, C; Storey, L; (2005) Understanding of blood pressure and behavioural risk factors amongst British adolescents. Public Health , 119 (12) pp. 1069-1079. 10.1016/j.puhe.2005.04.007.

Bird, K; (2005) Gendering parliamentary questions. British Journal of Politics and International Relations , 7 (3) pp. 353-370. 10.1111/j.1467-856X.2005.00196.x.

Black, P; Wiliam, D; (2005) Developing a theory of formative assessment. In: Gardner, J, (ed.) Assessment and learning. (pp. 81-100). SAGE Publications Ltd: London.

Black, P; Wiliam, D; (2005) Classroom Assessment Is Not (Necessarily) Formative Assessment (and Vice-versa). In: Wilson, M, (ed.) Towards Coherence Between Classroom Assessment and Accountability. (pp. 183-188). National Society for the Study of Education: Chicago, IL.

Blackwell, AF; Edge, D; Dubuc, L; Rode, JA; Stringer, M; Toye, EF; (2005) Using solid diagrams for tangible interface prototyping. IEEE Pervasive Computing , 4 (4) pp. 74-77. 10.1109/MPRV.2005.90.

Blatchford, P; (2005) A multi-method approach to the study of school class size differences. International Journal of Social Research Methodology: Theory and Practice , 8 (3) pp. 195-205. 10.1080/13645570500154675.

Blatchford, P; Bassett, P; Brown, P; (2005) Teachers' and pupils' behavior in large and small classes: A systematic observation study of pupils aged 10 and 11 years. Journal of Educational Psychology , 97 (3) pp. 454-467. 10.1037/0022-0663.97.3.454.

Block, D; (2005) Introducing Spanish-speaking Latino London: Some numbers and the life of an individual. Language Issues , 17 pp. 9-15.

Block, D; (2005) Multilingual identities in a global city: London stories. Palgrave Macmillan: London.

Block, D; (2005) What do we mean by 'second' in Second Language Acquisition? In: Kawaguch, Y and Zaim, S and Takaga, T and Shibano, K and Usami, M, (eds.) Linguistic Informatics- State Of The Art And The Future: The First International Conference On Linguistic Informatics. (pp. 221-241). John Benjamins: Amsterdam.

Block, D; (2005) Convergence and Resistance in the Construction of Personal and Professional Identities: Four French Modern Language Teachers in London. In: Suresh Canagarajah, A, (ed.) Reclaiming the Local in Language Policy and Practice. (pp. 167-196). Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: Mahwah, New Jersey.

Blundell, R; Dearden, L; Sianesi, B; (2005) Evaluating the effect of education on earnings: models, methods and results from the National Child Development Survey. J ROY STAT SOC A STA , 168 473 - 512.

Boddy, J; Cameron, C; (2005) Special report: Pedagogy: A new beginning. Nursery World , 03.11. pp. 10-11.

Boddy, J; Cameron, C; Moss, P; Mooney, A; Petrie, P; Statham, J; (2005) Introducing Pedagogy into the Children?s Workforce: Children?s Workforce Strategy: A response to the consultation document. Unpublished response to government consultation document: Thomas Coram Research Unit, Institute of Education.

Boddy, J; Cameron, C; Petrie, P; (2005) The professional care worker: the social pedagogue in northern Europe. In: Boddy, J and Cameron, C and Moss, P, (eds.) Care Work: Present and Future. (pp. 93-110). Routledge: London.

Boddy, J; Smith, M; Simon, A; (2005) Telephone support for parenting: An evaluation of Parentline Plus. Children and Society , 19 (4) pp. 278-291. 10.1002/chi.847.

Bonell, C; Allen, E; Strange, V; Copas, A; Oakley, A; Stephenson, J; Johnson, A; (2005) The effect of dislike of school on risk of teenage pregnancy: testing of hypotheses using longitudinal data from a randomised trial of sex education. JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH , 59 (3) 223 - 230. 10.1136/jech.2004.023374.

Bonell, C; Strange, V; Barnett-Page, E; (2005) HIV Prevention outreach in commercial gay venues in large cities: evaluation findings from London. Unknown

Boulter, C; Reiss, M; Tunnicliffe, SD; (2005) Seeing the (natural) world in a post-modern age. In: Pinto, R and Courso, D, (eds.) (pp. pp. 159-162).

Boulter, C; Tunnicliffe, SD; Reiss, M; (2005) Out of touch with the environment? The implications for science teaching of how children express their connections to the natural world. In: Zandvliet, DB, (ed.)

Boulter, C; Tunnicliffe, SD; Reiss, M; Selles, S; (2005) The social relevance of pupils' responses to cues from the natural world. CASTME Journal , 25 (2) pp. 18-30.

Bradshaw, J; Dex, S; Joshi, H; Mayhew, E; Ward, K; (2005) Socio-economic origins of parents and child poverty. In: Dex, S and Joshi, H, (eds.) Children of the 21st Century: From Birth to Nine Months. (pp. 71-108). Policy Press: Bristol.

Brannen, J; Pattman, R; (2005) Work-family matters in the workplace: the use of focus groups in a study of a social services department. Qualitative Research , 5 (4) pp. 523-542.

Brunton, G; Thomas, J; Harden, A; Rees, R; Kavanagh, J; Oliver, S; Shepherd, J; (2005) Promoting physical activity amongst children outside of physical education classes: A systematic review integrating intervention studies and qualitative studies. Health Education Journal , 64 (4) pp. 323-338. 10.1177/001789690506400404.

Bryson, A; (2005) Union effects on employee relations in Britain. Human Relations , 58 (9) pp. 1111-1139. 10.1177/0018726705058912.

Bryson, A; (2005) Working with dinosaurs?: Union effectiveness in Britain. In: Union Recognition: Organising and Bargaining Outcomes. (pp. 25-43).

Bryson, A; Cappellari, L; Lucifora, C; (2005) Job satisfaction and employer behaviour. In: Job Quality and Employer Behaviour. (pp. 67-83).

Bryson, A; Forth, J; Kirby, S; (2005) High-involvement management practices, trade union representation and workplace performance in Britain. Scottish Journal of Political Economy , 52 (3) pp. 451-491. 10.1111/j.0036-9292.2005.00352.x.

Bryson, A; Gomez, R; (2005) Why have workers stopped joining unions? The rise in never-membership in Britain. British Journal of Industrial Relations , 43 (1) pp. 67-92. 10.1111/j.1467-8543.2005.00345.x.

Bryson, A; Gomez, R; Gunderson, M; Meltz, N; (2005) Youth-adult differences in the demand for unionization: Are American, British, and Canadian workers all that different? Journal of Labor Research , 26 (1) pp. 155-167.

Bubb, S; (2005) CPD takes a new direction. ATL Reporter , 27 (5) pp. 12-13.

Bubb, S; (2005) Helping teachers develop. Paul Chapman Publishing: London.

Bubb, S; Earley, P; Totterdell, M; (2005) Accountability and responsibility: 'Rogue' school leaders and the induction of new teachers in England. Oxford Review of Education , 31 (2) pp. 255-272.

Buckingham, D; Scanlon, M; (2005) Selling Learning: Towards a Political Economy of Edutainment Media. Media, Culture and Society , 27 (1) pp. 41-58.

Bush, T; Scott, D; Morrison, M; Middlewood, D; (2005) Team-Building (an evaluation of WTfS and DCSI): Final Report. National College for School Leadership

Bush, T; Scott, D; Morrison, M; Middlewood, D; (2005) Team-Building (an evaluation of WTfS and DCSI): Interim Report. National College for School Leadership

Bynner, J; Foudouli, V; Parsons, S; (2005) Measuring basic skills for longitudinal study: the design and development of instruments for use with cohort members in the age 34 follow-up in the 1970 British Cohort Study (BCS70). National Research and Development Centre for adult literacy and numeracy, Institute of Education, University of London, London.

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CALLENDER, CLAIRE; JACKSON, JONATHAN; (2005) Does the Fear of Debt Deter Students from Higher Education? Journal of Social Policy , 34 (04) p. 509. 10.1017/S004727940500913X.

Calderwood, L; Kiernan, K; Joshi, H; Smith, K; Ward, K; (2005) Parenthood and parenting. In: Dex, S and Joshi, H, (eds.) Children of the 21st Century: From Birth to Nine Months. (pp. 175-206). Policy Press: Bristol.

Cameron, C; (2005) Guide to Growing Up. Community Care , 28 Apr pp. 42-44.

Cameron, C; Boddy, J; (2005) With Heart, Head and Hands. Community Care , 19 (05) pp. 36-37.

Carey, AL; Shield, BM; Dockrell, JE; Rigby, K; (2005) A survey of classroom acoustics and remedial treatments. In: (pp. pp. 62-72).

Carpentier, V; (2005) Cycles longs et financement de l?enseignement sup?rieur: une perspective historique sur les r?formes actuelles au Royaume-Uni. Economies et Societes , 40 pp. 1607-1634.

Carpentier, V; Lall, M; (2005) Review of successful parental involvement practice for ?hard to reach? parents. Institute of Education, University of London, London.

Carr, D; (2005) Contexts, gaming pleasures, and gendered preferences. Simulation and Gaming , 36 (4) pp. 464-482. 10.1177/1046878105282160.

Carr, D; (2005) Contexts, pleasures and preferences: Girls playing computer games. In:

Carr, D; (2005) The Rules of the Game, The Burden of Narrative: Enter The Matrix. In: Gillis, S, (ed.) Matrix Trilogy; Cyberpunk Reloaded. (pp. 36-47). Wallflower Press: Harrow.

Carr-Hill, R; (2005) The education of nomadic peoples in East Africa. Synthesis report. International Institute for Educational Planning, paris.

Carr-Hill, R; Chalmers-Dixon, P; (2005) The Public Health Observatory Handbook of Health Inequalities Measurement. Association of Public Health Observatories: Oxford.

Carr-Hill, R; Peart, E; (2005) The education of nomadic people in East Africa: Review of Relevant literature. International Institute for Educational Planning, Paris.

Cavanagh, C; Coppinger, C; Franck, L; Stewart, R; (2005) Guidelines for midwives by midwives. RCN Midwives , 8 (6) pp. 270-272.

Chandola, T; Clarke, P; Wiggins, RD; Bartley, M; (2005) Who you live with and where you live: setting the context for health using multiple membership multilevel models. J EPIDEMIOL COMMUN H , 59 (2) 170 - 175. 10.1136/jech.2003.019539. Gold open access

Chase, E; Statham, J; (2005) Commercial and sexual exploitation of children and young people in the UK: a review. Child Abuse Review , 14 (1) pp. 4-25. Green open access
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Clark, A; Statham, J; (2005) Listening to young children: experts in their own lives. Adoption & Fostering , 29 (1) pp. 45-56.

Clark-Jeavons, A; (2005) Exciting ICT in maths. Network Educational Press: Stafford.

Clark-Jeavons, A; (2005) Developing the use of the interactive whiteboard in the secondary mathematics classroom. In: Pimm, D and Johnston-Wilder, S, (eds.) Teaching secondary mathematics with ICT. (pp. 159-173-). Open University Press: Cambridge.

Clark-Wilson, A; (2005) New tools for mathematical learning: Dynamic number lines. International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education , 13 pp. 97-102.

Clark-Wilson, A; Oldknow, A; Intel plc, ; (2005) The Mathematical Toolkit. [Software].

Clark-Wilson, A; Oldknow, A; Intel plc, ; (2005) The Numberline Tool. [Software].

Coffield, F; Edward, S; Finlay, I; Hodgson, A; Spours, K; Steer, R; (2005) Wanted: Greater Clarity of Vision. Times Educational Supplement

Coffield, F; Edward, S; Finlay, I; Hodgson, A; Spours, K; Steer, R; (2005) Wanted: Greater Clarity of Vision. Times Educational Supplement

Coffield, F; Steer, R; Hodgson, A; Spours, K; Edward, S; Finlay, I; (2005) A new learning and skills landscape? the central role of the learning and skills council. Journal of Education Policy , 20 (5) pp. 631-656. 10.1080/02680930500222493. Green open access
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Coleman, M; (2005) Gender and Secondary School Leadership. International Studies in Educational Administration , 33 pp. 3-20.

Coleman, M; (2005) Gender and headship in the 21st century. National College for School Leadership, Nottingham. Green open access
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Coleman, M; (2005) Managing 'challenging' teachers. International Journal of Educational Management , 19 (4) pp. 330-346.

Coleman, M; (2005) Evaluation in Education. In: Coleman, M and Earley, P, (eds.) Leadership and Management in Education: Cultures, Change and Context. (pp. 152-166). Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Coleman, M; (2005) Organisations: Power, Structure and Culture. In: Coleman, M and Earley, P, (eds.) Leadership and Management in Education: Cultures, Change and Context. (pp. 47-65). Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Coleman, M; (2005) Theories and Practice of Leadership: An Introduction. In: Coleman, M and Earley, P, (eds.) Leadership and Management in Education: Cultures, Change and Context. (pp. 6-25). Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Coleman, M; Earley, P; (2005) Leadership and Management in Education: Cultures, Change and Context. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Coleman, M; Earley, P; (2005) Leading and managing in education: national and international trends and contexts. In: Coleman, M and Earley, P, (eds.) Leadership and Management in Education: Cultures, Change and Context. (pp. 1-5). Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Coleman, M; Glover, D; (2005) Developing Leadership and Management Skills and Insights. University of London Press: London.

Collier, W; Green, F; Peirson, J; (2005) Training and establishment survival. Scottish Journal of Political Economy , 52 (5) pp. 710-735. 10.1111/j.1467-9485.2005.00363.x.

Colman, J; Croudace, TJ; Ploubidis, G; Wadsworth, MEJ; Jones, PB; (2005) Childhood developmental predictors of mental health during a forty-year period from adolescence to adulthood. In: (Proceedings) 3rd International Congress on Developmental Origins of Health and Disease. (pp. pp. 1013-1014). INT PEDIATRIC RESEARCH FOUNDATION, INC

Connelly, V; Dockrell, JE; Barnett, J; (2005) The slow handwriting of undergraduate students constrains overall performance in exam essays. Educational Psychology , 25 (1) pp. 99-107. 10.1080/0144341042000294912.

Cowan, R; (2005) Book Reviews. British Journal of Educational Psychology , 75 (1) pp. 148-150. 10.1348/000709905X105824.

Cowan, R; Donlan, C; Newton, EJ; Lloyd, D; (2005) Number skills and knowledge in children with specific language impairment. JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY , 97 (4) 732 - 744. 10.1037/0022-0663.97.4.732.

Crisan, C; (2005) How mathematics teachers' own learning experiences with ICT affect their classroom practices. Micromath , 21 (1) pp. 14-16.

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Daly, C; Pachler, N; Lambert, D; (2005) A Scholarship of Teaching and the Idea of Education in Schools and Teacher Education. In: McMahon, F and Claes, T, (eds.) Probing the Boundaries of HIgher Education. (pp. 71-83). Inter-Disciplinary Press: Oxford.

David, A; Li, W; (2005) The Composition of the Bilingual Lexicon. In: ISB4: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Bilingualism. (pp. 594-607). Cascadilla: Somerville, MA.

David, M; (2005) Activating Participation: A personal reflection on research on mothers and education. In: Crozier, G and Reay, D, (eds.) Educational Participation and Home-School Relation. (pp. 39-57). Trentham Books: Stoke on Trent.

David, M; (2005) Feminist Values and Feminist Sociology as Contributions to Higher Education. In: Robinson, S and Katalushi, C, (eds.) Values in Higher Education. (pp. 107-117). Aureus Publishing: Leeds.

David, M; Stambach, A; (2005) Theory and Educational Policy: How Gender has been involved in Home School Debates about School Choice. Signs: Journal of Women, Culture and Society , 30 (2) pp. 1633-1659.

Davies, P; Brant, J; (2005) Business, economics and enterprise: Teaching school subjects 11-19.

Davis, N; Brown, A; Ferdig, R; (2005) Developing international leadership in educational technology: strategies to promote intercultural competence. In: Nicholson, P and Ruohonen, M and Thompson, J and Multisilta, J, (eds.) E-Training Practices for Professional Organizations: IFIP TC3/ WG3.3 Fifth Working Conference on eTRAIN Practices for Professional Organizations (eTrain 2003) July 7-11, 2003, Pori, Finland. (pp. 247-254). Kluwer Academic: Boston.

De Carvalho, R; (2005) Bursting the bubble: an idea to convey the concept of half-life. Physics Education , 40 (5)

De Paula, R; Ding, X; Dourish, P; Nies, K; Pillet, B; Redmiles, D; Ren, J; ... Filho, RS; + view all (2005) Two experiences designing for effective security. In: (pp. pp. 25-34).

De Paula, R; Ding, X; Dourish, P; Nies, K; Pillet, B; Redmiles, DF; Ren, J; ... Silva Filho, R; + view all (2005) In the eye of the beholder: A visualization-based approach to information system security. International Journal of Human Computer Studies , 63 (1-2) pp. 5-24. 10.1016/j.ijhcs.2005.04.021.

Dearden, L; Blundell, R; Sianesi, B; (2005) Evaluating the effect of education on earnings: models, methods and results from the National Child Development Survey. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society : Series A (Statistics in Society) , A 168 (3) pp. 473-512.

Dearden, L; Sianesi, B; Blundell, R; (2005) Measuring the Returns to Education. In: Machin, S and Vignoles, A, (eds.) What's the Good of Education? The Economics of Education in the UK. (pp. 117-145). Princeton University Press: Princeton and Oxford.

Derrick, J; Jamie, D; (2005) Teaching practice and mentoring : The key to effective literacy, language and numeracy teacher training. National Institute of Adult Continuing Education: Leicester.

Deumert, A; Marginson, S; Nyland, C; Ramia, G; Sawir, E; (2005) Global migration and social protection rights: The social and economic security of cross-border students in Australia. Global Social Policy , 5 (3) pp. 329-352. 10.1177/1468018105057415.

Dex, S; Bond, S; (2005) Measuring work-life balance and its covariates. Work, Employment and Society , 19 (3) pp. 627-637.

Dex, S; Gustafsson, S; Jenkins, A; Joshi, H; Kenjoh, E; Killingsworth, MR; Gurgand, M; (2005) Mothers' changing labour supply in britain, the USA and Sweden. In: Labour Supply and Incentives to Work in Europe. (pp. 115-150).

Dex, S; Hawkes, D; Joshi, H; Ward, K; (2005) Parents' employment and childcare. In: Dex, S and Joshi, H, (eds.) Children of the 21st Century: From Birth to Nine Months. (pp. 207-236). Policy Press: Bristol.

Dex, S; Joshi, H; (2005) Children of the 21st century: From birth to nine months. Policy Press: Bristol.

Dex, S; Joshi, H; Ward, K; Hawkes, D; (2005) Parent's Employment and Childcare. In: Dex, S and Joshi, H, (eds.) Children of the 21st century: from birth to nine months. (pp. 207-236). Policy Press: Bristol.

Diamantidaki, F; (2005) Website Panorama Th?matique. UNSPECIFIED

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Earley, P; (2005) Learning from and through research. Professional Development Today , 8 pp. 3-4.

Earley, P; Coleman, M; (2005) Endnote - Leading for Learning and Improvement. In: Coleman, M and Earley, P, (eds.) Leadership and Management in Education: Cultures, Change and Context. (pp. 251-253). Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Ehren, MCM; Leeuw, FL; Scheerens, J; (2005) On the Impact of the Dutch Educational Supervision Act. American Journal of Evaluation , 26 (1) pp. 60-76. 10.1177/1098214004273182.

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