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Butcher, John (2016). Can tablet computers enhance learning in further education? Journal of Further and Higher Education, 40(2) pp. 207–226. file

Butcher, John (2015). Listen to part-time learners and smart policy will follow. In: Hillman, Nick ed. It's the finance, stupid: The decline of part-time higher education and what to do about it. Oxford: Higher Education Policy Institute, pp. 48–56. file

Butcher, John and Rose-Adams, John (2015). Part-time learners in open and distance learning: revisiting the critical importance of choice, flexibility and employability. Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning , 30(2) pp. 127–137. file

Butcher, John (2015). 'Shoe-Horned And Sidelined'? Challenges For Part-Time Learners In The New HE Landscape. Higher Education Academy, York. file

Butcher, John; Sinclair, Stefanie and Clarke, Anactoria (2015). The Challenge of Assessing Reflection: The Open University's Access Programme. In: Miller, Wendy; Collings, Jane and Kneale, Pauline eds. Inclusive Assessment. PedRIO Papers (7). Plymouth University: Pedagogic Research Institute and Observatory (PedRIO), pp. 25–29. file

Butcher, John (2014). Book review: Understanding Behaviour 14+. Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 16(2) pp. 70–73.

Butcher, John and Schaber, Friedemann (2013). Undergraduate design learning in multiple partnerships: joinedupdesign for academies. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 23(3) pp. 567–579.

Butcher, John and Maunder, Rachel (2013). Going URB@N: exploring the impact of undergraduate students as pedagogic researchers. Innovations in Education and Teaching International file

Butcher, John (2013). Book Review: The Mature Student's Guide to Writing (3rd ed), Jean Rose, 2012. Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 15(1) pp. 81–85.

Butcher, John and Stoncel, Di (2012). The impact of a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education on university lecturers appointed for their professional expertise at a teaching-led university: ‘It’s made me braver’. International Journal for Academic Development, 17(2) pp. 149–162. file

Butcher, John; Corfield, Rohini and Rose-Adams, John (2012). Contextualised approaches to widening participation: a comparative case study of two UK universities. Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 13 pp. 51–70.

Butcher, John and Schaber, Friedemann (2011). Enhancing design learning through partnerships: the case of Joinedupdesign for Academies. Networks(13)

Butcher, John (2011). Editorial. Enhancing the Learner Experience in Higher Education, 3(1) p. 1. file

Butcher, John (2010). Arts university student mentors and gallery peer leaders: partnerships for learning. HEA Art Design Media Subject Centre. file

Butcher, John; Sedgwick, Paul; Lazard, Lisa and Hey, Jayne (2010). How might inclusive approaches to assessment enhance student learning in HE? Enhancing the Learner Experience in Higher Education, 2(1) pp. 25–40. file

Butcher, John; Hey, Jane; Sedgwick, Paul and Lazard, Lisa (2010). 'Square pegs in round holes' - an investigation into inclusive assessment. Skill Journal, 98 pp. 13–16.

Butcher, John (2010). Book review: Museums and Design Education: Looking to Learn, Learning to See. ADM-HEA website file

Butcher, John (2010). Editorial. Enhancing the Learner Experience in Higher Education, 2(1) pp. 1–2. file

Butcher, John (2009). Off-campus learning and employability in undergraduate design: the Sorrell Young Design Project as an innovative partnership. Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education, 7(3) pp. 171–184.

Butcher, John and Sieminski, Sandy (2009). Building a bridge to professional self-esteem: Learner transitions on a distance learning Doctorate in Education (EdD). In: The University of Northampton Learning and Teaching Conference, 13 May 2009, Northampton, University of Northampton.

Butcher, John and Sieminski, Sandy (2009). Enhancing professional self-esteem: learners' journeys on a distance-learning Doctorate in Education (EdD). Enhancing the Learner Experience in Higher Education, 1(1) pp. 44–55.

Butcher, John (2009). Editorial. Enhancing the Learner Experience in Higher Education, 1(1) pp. 1–3. file

Butcher, John (2008). Book review: Researching Schools: Stories from a Schools-University Partnership for Educational Research. ESCalate website

Butcher, John and Mutton, Trevor (2008). 'Towards professional multilingualism?' Reconceptualising the school coordinator role in initial teacher training. Curriculum Journal, 19(3) 215 -226.

Butcher, John (2008). Book review: Rethinking English in Schools: Towards a new and constructive stage. ESCalate website

Butcher, John (2008). Book Review: Media Literacy in Schools: Practice, Production and Progression. Higher Education Academy.

Butcher, John and Mutton, Trevor (2008). Towards professional multilingualism? Reconceptualising the school coordinator role in initial teacher training. The Curriculum Journal, 19(3) pp. 215–226. file

Butcher, John; Sinka, Indra and Troman, Geoff (2007). Exploring diversity: teacher education policy and bilingualism. Research Papers in Education, 22(4) pp. 483–501. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Butcher, John and Cash, Caroline (2007). Talkback: the student experience of learning through verbal feedback in the studio. In: Teachers' Academy Papers, University of Brighton, pp. 164–168.

Butcher, John (2004). Developing effective 16-19 Teaching Skills. RoutledgeFalmer.

Butcher, J. (2003). Exploring difficulties in learning to teach English post-16. Curriculum Journal, 14(2) pp. 233–252.

Butcher, John (2003). Sink or swim: Learning to teach post-16 on an 11-18 Post-graduate Certificate in Education. Teacher development, 7(1) pp. 31–58.

Butcher, John (2002). A Case for mentor challenge?: The problem of learning to teach post-16. Mentoring and Tutoring, 10(3) pp. 197–220.

Butcher, John (2001). Mentoring Student Teachers' Professional Thinking and Classroom Practice on an 11-18 Distance Learning PGCE : A Case Study of Post-16 Teaching and Challenge as a Mentor Strategy. EdD thesis Open University.

Butcher, John (2000). Mentoring in professional development: the English and Welsh experience. In: Moon, Robert; Butcher, John and Bird, Elizabeth eds. Leading Professional Development in Education. London: Routledge/Falmer, pp. 97–106.

Butcher, John (1999). Book review: Acting in classroom drama: a critical analysis, Gavin Bolton, 1998. British Educational Research Journal, 25(5 ) pp. 709–710.

Burgess, Hilary and Butcher, John (1999). To challenge or not to challenge: the mentor's dilemma. Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, 6(3) pp. 31–47.

Butcher, John (1998). The conundrum of general national vocational qualifications: a case study of the training needs of school-based GNVQ teachers. Journal of Vocational Education & Training, 50(4) pp. 569–583.

Butcher, John (1996). Alleviating Tension at 16-19. Forum for Promoting 3-19 Comprehensive Education, 38(2) pp. 41–43.


Mutton, Trevor and Butcher, John (2008). We will take them from anywhere: schools working within multiple initial teacher training partnerships. Journal of Education for Teaching: International Research and Pedagogy, 34(1) pp. 45–62. file

Mutton, Trevor and Butcher, John (2007). More than managing? The role of the ITT coordinator in schools in England. Teacher development, 11(3) pp. 245–261. file


Rose-Adams, John and Butcher, John (2015). Distance Education In European Higher Education - The Potential: UK Case Study. International Council for Open and Distance Education, Oslo. file


Sieminski, Sandy and Butcher, John (2006). The challenge of a distance learning professional doctorate in education. Open Learning, 21(1) pp. 59–69.

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