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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.

Alderson, P; (2005) Designing ethical research with children. In: Ethical research with children. (pp. 27-36). Open University Press/McGraw Hill: Buckingham, UK.

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

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. 71-81. Green open access
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Alderson, P; Hawthorne, J; Killen, M; (2005) The participation rights of premature babies. International Journal of Children's Rights , 13 (1) pp. 31-50. 10.1163/1571818054545231. Green open access
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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. Green open access
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Baker, DC; (2005) Voices in concert: Life histories of peripatetic music teachers. Doctoral thesis , Reading University.

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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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.

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.

Brant, J; (2005) Subject Knowledge, Pedagogy and Effective Teaching: an English perspective. In: Misztal, M and Trawinski, M, (eds.) Studies in Teacher Education: Psychopedagogy. (pp. 101-108). Akademia Pedagogiczna w Krakowie: Krak�w.

Braund, M; Reiss, M; (2005) Beyond the classroom: the case for out-of-school contexts and authentic learning of science. In: Kasanda, C and Muhammed, L and Akpo, S and Nogolo, E, (eds.) (pp. pp. 68-75).

Brewis, G; Davis Smith, J; Ellis Paine, A; (2005) Cross national volunteering: a developing movement? In: Brudney, J, (ed.) Emerging Areas of Volunteering. (pp. 65-77). ARNOVA: Indianapolis, IN, USA.

Brewis, G; Ellis Paine, A; (2005) Making the Connection: Volunteering and 4 the Millennium Development Goals. Vrijwillige Inzet Onderzocht , 2 (2) pp. 39-45. Green open access
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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. Green open access
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Burgess, L; Pringle, E; (2005) Edinburgh Galleries Artist Training Programme: research evaluation report, October 2003. Art, Design and Museology Department, School of Arts and Humanities, Institute of Education, University of London: London. Green open access
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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.

Chase, E; Knight, A; (2005) Is early parenthood such a bad thing? In: Chase, E and Simon, A and Jackson, S, (eds.) In care and after: a positive perspective. (pp. 82-100). Routledge: London, UK. Green open access
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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. 10.1002/car.881. 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.

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 headship in the 21st century. National College for School Leadership, Nottingham. Green open access
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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) pp. 732-744. 10.1037/0022-0663.97.4.732. Green open access
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De Lacerda Matos, JF; Mor, Y; Noss, R; Santos, M; (2005) Sustaining interaction in a mathematical community of practice. In: Proceedings of the Fourth Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education. Green open access
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Dex, S; Joshi, H; (2005) Conclusion. In: Dex, S and Joshi, H, (eds.) Children of the 21st Century: From Birth to Nine Months. (pp. 237-251). Policy Press: Bristol, UK. Green open access
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Dex, S; Gustafsson, S; Jenkins, A; Joshi, H; Kenjoh, E; Killingsworth, MR; (2005) Mothers’ changing labour supply in Britain, the USA and Sweden. In: Labour Supply and Incentives to Work in Europe. (pp. 115-150).

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Farran, EK; (2005) Perceptual grouping ability in Williams syndrome: evidence for deviant patterns of performance. Neuropsychologia , 43 (5) pp. 815-822. 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2004.09.001. Green open access
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Farran, EK; Jarrold, C; (2005) Evidence for unusual spatial location coding in Williams syndrome: an explanation for the local bias in visuo-spatial construction tasks? Brain and Cognition , 59 (2) pp. 159-172. 10.1016/j.bandc.2005.05.011. Green open access
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Flewitt, R; (2005) Conducting research with young children: Some ethical considerations. Early Child Development and Care , 175 (6) pp. 553-565. 10.1080/03004430500131338. Green open access
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Flewitt, R; (2005) Using multimodal analysis to unravel a ‘silent’ child’s learning. Early Childhood Practice: The Journal for Multi-Professional Partnerships , 7 (2) pp. 5-16. Green open access
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Foster, S; (2005) The British Empire and Commonwealth in World War II: Selection and Omission in English History Textbooks. International Journal of Historical Learning Teaching and Research , 5 pp. 1-19.

Frost, S; Reiss, M; Frost, J; Frost, J; (2005) Count me in! Gender and ethnic minority attainment in school science. School Science Review , 86 (316) pp. 105-112. Green open access
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Glauert, E; (2005) Making sense of science in the reception class. International Journal of Early Years Education , 13 (3) pp. 215-233. 10.1080/09669760500295862. Green open access
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Green, L; (2005) Musical meaning and social reproduction: A case for retrieving autonomy. Educational Philosophy and Theory , 37 (1) pp. 77-92. 10.1111/j.1469-5812.2005.00099.x. Green open access
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Green, L; (2005) The music curriculum as lived experience: children's 'natural' music-learning processes. Music Educators' Journal , 91 (4) pp. 37-42. Green open access
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Hargreaves, Eleanore; (2005) Assessment for learning? Thinking outside the (black) box. Cambridge Journal of Education , 35 (2) pp. 213-224. 10.1080/03057640500146880. Green open access
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Hargreaves, K; Stewart, R; Oliver, S; (2005) Newborn screening information supports public health more than informed choice. Health Education Journal , 64 (2) pp. 110-119. 10.1177/001789690506400203. Green open access
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Hoyles, C; K�chemann, D; Healy, L; Yang, M; (2005) Students' developing knowledge in a subject discipline: insights from combining quantitative and qualitative methods. International Journal of Social Research Methodology , 8 (3) pp. 225-238. 10.1080/13645570500154899. Green open access
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Hurry, J; Brazier, L; Moriarty, V; (2005) Improving the literacy and numeracy skills of young people who offend: can it be done and what are the consequences? Literacy and Numeracy Studies , 14 (2) pp. 61-74. Green open access
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Hurry, J; Brazier, L; Snapes, K; Wilson, A; Sutherland, G; (2005) Improving the literacy and numeracy of disaffected young people in custody and in the community: Interim report of the first 18 months of the study. National Research and Development Centre for adult literacy and numeracy, Institute of Education, University of London, London. Green open access
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Hurry, J; Bryant, P; Curno, T; Nunes, T; Parker, M; Pretzlik, U; Midgley, L; (2005) Transforming research on morphology into teacher practice. Research Papers in Education , 20 (2) pp. 187-206. Green open access
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Jackson, S; Ajayi, S; Quigley, M; (2005) Going to university from care. Institute of Education, University of London: London. Green open access
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Janmaat, G; (2005) Ethnic and Civic Conceptions of the Nation in Ukraine's History Textbooks. European Education , 37 pp. 20-37. Green open access
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Jenkins, A; Levacic, R; Vignoles, A; Steele, F; Allen, R; (2005) Estimating the Relationship between School Resources and Pupil Attainment at Key Stage 3. Department for Education and Skills/Institute of Education, University of London, London. Green open access
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Kent, P; Bakker, A; Hoyles, C; Noss, R; (2005) Statistical reasoning in the workplace: techno-mathematical literacies and learning opportunities. In: (pp. pp. 37-42).

Kingdon, G; (2005) Where Has All the Bias Gone? Detecting Gender Bias in the Household Allocation of Educational Expenditure in India. Economic Development and Cultural Change , 53 (2) pp. 409-451. 10.1086/425379. Green open access
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Lapping, C; (2005) Antagonism and overdetermination: the production of student positions in contrasting undergraduate disciplines and institutions in the United Kingdom. British Journal of Sociology of Education , 26 (5) pp. 657-671. 10.1080/01425690500293660. Green open access
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Laurillard, D; (2005) E-learning in higher education. In: Changing Higher Education: The Development of Learning and Teaching. (pp. 71-84).

Leahy, S; Lyon, C; Thompson, M; Wiliam, D; (2005) Classroom Assessment: Minute by Minute, Day by Day. Educational Leadership , 63 (3) pp. 19-24.

Lee, C; Wiliam, D; (2005) Studying changes in the practice of two teachers developing assessment for learning. Teacher Development , 9 (2) pp. 265-283. 10.1080/13664530500200244. Green open access
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Lindsay, G; Dockrell, JE; Mackie, C; Letchford, B; (2005) Local education authorities' approaches to provision for children with specific speech and language difficulties in England and Wales. European Journal of Special Needs Education , 20 (3) pp. 329-345. 10.1080/08856250500156053. Green open access
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Luckin, R; du Boulay, B; Smith, H; Underwood, J; Fitzpatrick, G; Holmberg, J; Kerawalla, L; ... Pearce, D; + view all (2005) Using Mobile Technology to Create Flexible Learning Contexts. Journal of Interactive Media in Education , 22 pp. 100-15.

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Moore, A; (2005) Teaching, School Management and the Ideology of Pragmatism. International Studies in Sociology of Education , 15 (3) pp. 195-212. Green open access
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Morgan, C; (2005) Words, definitions and concepts in discourses of mathematics, teaching and learning. Language and Education , 19 (2) pp. 103-117. Green open access
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Murray, I; Reiss, M; (2005) The student review of the science curriculum. School Science Review , 87 (318) pp. 83-93. Green open access
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Murray, J; Male, T; (2005) Becoming a teacher educator: Evidence from the field. Teaching and Teacher Education , 21 (2) pp. 125-142. 10.1016/j.tate.2004.12.006. Green open access
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Oakley, A; (2005) Prenatal Corticosteroids for Reducing Morbidity and Mortality in Preterm Birth. University College: London. Green open access
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Owen, C; Simon, A; (2005) Using the Labour Force Survey to map the care workforce. Labour Market Trends , 113 (5) pp. 201-208.

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Pelletier, C; (2005) Book Review: Rules of Play: Game Design Fundamentals. Visual Communication , 4 (1) pp. 121-124. Green open access
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Pelletier, C; (2005) Studying Games in School: a Framework for Media Education. DIGRA Green open access
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Pelletier, C; (2005) The uses of literacy in studying computer games; comparing students' oral and visual representations of games. English Teaching : Practice and Critique , 4 (1) pp. 40-59.

Pellicano, L; (2005) Mapping cognition onto the brain: ‘weak’ central coherence and global grouping. Current Psychology of Cognition = Cahiers de Psychologie Cognitive , 23 pp. 163-171. Green open access
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Pellicano, L; Gibson, L; Maybery, M; Durkin, K; Badcock, D; (2005) Abnormal global processing along the dorsal visual pathway in autism: a possible mechanism for weak visuospatial coherence? Neuropsychologia , 43 (7) pp. 1044-1053. 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2004.10.003. Green open access
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Perryman, J; (2005) School leadership and management after Special Measures: Discipline without the gaze? School Leadership and Management , 25 (3) pp. 281-297. 10.1080/13634230500116355. Green open access
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Pollard, A; (2005) Taking the Initiative? TLRP and Educational Research. In: Green open access
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Potter, J; (2005) "This brings back a lot of memories": a case study in the analysis of digital video production by young learners. Education, Communication and Information , 5 (1) pp. 5-23. Green open access
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Reiss, M; (2005) The importance of affect in science education. In: Cobern, WW and Tobin, K and Brown-Acquay, H and Espinet, M and Irzik, G and Jegede, O and Herrera and Rollnick, M and Sjøberg, S and Tuan, H and Alsop, S, (eds.) Beyond Cartesian dualism : encountering affect in the teaching and learning of science. (pp. 17-25). Springer Netherlands: Dordrecht.

Reiss, M; (2005) Teaching animal bioethics: pedagogic objectives. In: Marie, M and Edwards, S and G, G and Reiss, M and Von Borell, E and von Borell, E, (eds.) Animal Bioethics: Principles and Teaching Methods. (pp. 189-202). Wageningen Academic Press: Wageningen, Netherlands.

Reiss, M; (2005) Biology, teaching of. In: Sears, JT, (ed.) Youth, education, and sexualities: an international encyclopedia. (pp. 81-84). Greenwood Press: Westport.

Reiss, M; (2005) Pregnancy, teenage. In: Sears, JT and Sears, JT, (eds.) Youth, Education, and Sexualities: An International Encyclopedia. (pp. 638-641). Greenwood: Westport.

Reiss, MJ; (2005) Managing endings in a longitudinal study: Respect for persons. Research in Science Education , 35 (1) pp. 123-135. 10.1007/s11165-004-3436-z. Green open access
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Rieffe, C; Terwogt, MM; Cowan, R; (2005) Children's understanding of mental states as causes of emotions. INFANT AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT , 14 (3) pp. 259-272. 10.1002/icd.391. Green open access
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Robins, C; (2005) Engaging with Curating. International Journal of Art and Design Education , 24 (2) pp. 149-158. Green open access
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Robins, C; Woollard, V; (2005) Creative Connections: Teaching and Learning in Museums and Galleries. Art, Design & Museology Department, Institute of Education, University of London: London. Green open access
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Scott, D; (2005) Critical Realism and Empirical Research Methods in Education. Journal of Philosophy of Education , 39 (4) pp. 633-646. Green open access
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Selles, S; Boulter, C; Tunnicliffe, SD; Reiss, M; (2005) Pupils' responses to cues from the natural world: a cross-cultural study using multiple analytic perspectives. In: Ergazaki, M and Lewis, J and Zogza, V, (eds.) Trends In Biology Education Research In The New Biology Era. (pp. 15-26). Patras University Press: Rio.

Simon, A; Owen, C; (2005) Who are today's care workers? In: Care Work: Present and Future. (pp. 18-33).

Simpson, G; Hoyles, C; Noss, R; (2005) Designing a programming-based approach for modelling scientific phenomena. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning , 21 (2) pp. 143-158. Green open access
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Standish, P; (2005) Towards an Economy of Higher Education. Critical Quarterly , 47 (1/2) pp. 53-71. Green open access
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Starkey, H; (2005) Democratic Education and Learning. British Journal of Sociology of Education , 26 (2) pp. 299-308. Green open access
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Starkey, H; Osler, A; (2005) Study on the Advances in Civic Education in Education Systems: good practices in industrialized countries. In: Espinola, V, (ed.) Education for Citizenship and Democracy in a Globalized World: a comparative perspective. (pp. 19-60). Regional Policy Dialogue Secretariat, InterAmerican Development Bank: Washington DC.

Statham, J; Greenfields, M; (2005) Part-time fostering: recruiting and supporting carers for short-break schemes. Adoption & Fostering , 29 (3) pp. 33-41.

Statham, J; Greenfields, M; (2005) Investing to save? In: Brown, HC and Fry, E and Howard, J, (eds.) Support care: how family placement can keep children and families together. (pp. 123-137). Russell House Publishing: Lyme Regis.

Statham, J; Mooney, A; (2005) Location, location, location: the importance of place in care work with children. In: Boddy, J and Cameron, C and Moss, P, (eds.) Care Work: Present and Future. (pp. 71-89). Routledge: London.

Stewart, R; Wiggins, M; Thomas, J; Oliver, S; Brunton, G; Ellison, GTH; (2005) Exploring the evidence-practice gap: a workshop report on mixed and participatory training for HIV prevention in Southern Africa. Educ Health (Abingdon) , 18 (2) pp. 224-235. 10.1080/13576280500148536. Green open access
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Stewart, R; Hargreaves, K; Oliver, S; (2005) Evidence informed policy making for health communication. Health Education Journal , 64 (2) pp. 120-128. 10.1177/001789690506400204. Green open access
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Stylianidou, F; Boohan, R; Ogborn, J; (2005) Science teachers' transformations of the use of computer modeling in the classroom: using research to inform training. Science Education , 89 pp. 56-70. Green open access
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Tolmie, A; Thomson, J; Foot, H; Whelan, K; Morrison, S; McLaren, B; (2005) The effects of adult guidance and peer discussion on the development of children's representations: evidence from the training of pedestrian skills. British Journal of Psychology , 96 pp. 181-204. Green open access
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Watkins *, C; (2005) Classrooms as learning communities: a review of research. London Review of Education , 3 (1) pp. 47-64. 10.1080/14748460500036276. Green open access
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Whitchurch, C; (2005) Administrators or managers? The shifting roles and identities of professional administrators and managers in UK higher education. In: MacNay, I, (ed.) Beyond mass higher education: building on experience. (pp. 199-208). Open University Press: Maidenhead.

White, J; (2005) Reassessing 1960s philosophy of the curriculum. London Review of Education 10.1080/14748460500163914. (In press). Green open access
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Willett, R; Burn, A; (2005) What exactly is a paedophile?: Children talking about Internet risk. In: Bachmair, B and Diepold, P and de Witt, C, (eds.) Jahrbuch Medienp�dagogik 5: Evaluation und Analysen. (pp. 237-254). VS Verlag fur Sozialwissenschaften

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