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2013

Bradshaw, Peter; Younie, Sarah and Jones, Sarah (2013). Open education resources and higher education academic practice. Campus Wide Information Systems, 30(3) pp. 186–193. file

2012

Wise, Christine; Bradshaw, Pete and Cartwright, Marion eds. (2012). Leading Professional Practice in Education. Milton Keynes: The Open University.

Bradshaw, Pete; Younie, Sarah and Jones, Sarah (2012). The use of open education resources in higher education programmes of academic practice. In: International Conference on ICT in Education, 5-7 July 2012, Rhodes, Greece. file

Bradshaw, Pete and Woollard, John (2012). Computing at school: an emergent community of practice for a re-emergent subject. In: International Conference on ICT in Education, 5-7 July 2012, Rhodes, Greece. file

Bradshaw, Pete; Twining, Peter and Walsh, Christopher (2012). The vital program: transforming ICT professional development. American Journal of Distance Education, 26(2) pp. 74–85.

Bradshaw, Pete and Younie, Sarah (2012). Assistant teachers’ engagement in a cross-curricular television news project: impact on professional identity. In: ProPEL: , 9-11 May 2012, Stirling, UK. file

2011

Bradshaw, Pete (2011). E-portfolios and Google applications. In: 10th European Conference on e-Learning ECEL-2011 pre-conference workshop, 9 November 2011, Brighton, UK.

Bradshaw, Pete and Younie, Sarah (2011). Trainee teachers’ engagement in a cross-curricular news project: impact on professional identity. Advancing Education, Autumn(2011) Article 4. file

Bradshaw, Peter and Younie, Sarah (2011). Assistant teachers' engagement in an external cross curricular project: impact on professional identity. In: BERA (British Educational Rresearch Association) 2011, 6- 8 September 2011, London.

Walsh, Christopher S.; Bradshaw, Pete and Twining, Peter (2011). e-learning through collaborative teacher professional development in primary and secondary schools in england. In: IADIS International Conference e-Learning 2011 75, 20-23 July 2011, Rome, Italy. file

Bradshaw, Pete; Walsh, Christopher and Twining, Peter (2011). The Vital programme: transforming ICT professional development. In: International conference of ICT Education, 6-9 July 2011, Rhodes, Greece. file

Younie, Sarah; Bradshaw, Pete and Cameron, Karen (2011). A presentation of a case study examination of the BBC News School Report project in Initial Teacher Education across three sites. In: ITTE Annual conference, 5-7 July, 2011, University of Keele.

Bradshaw, Pete; Cameron, Karen and Younie, Sarah (2011). A case study examination of the BBC News School Report project in Initial Teacher Education across three sites for the Training and Development Agency for Schools (TDA) 2011. ITTE. file

2010

Bradshaw, Pete (2010). Vital: innovation in CPD: supporting teachers to inspire learners. In: Inside Government Forum Innovation in Education: Transforming Learning in the 21st Century , 17 November 2010, London.

Bradshaw, Pete; Twining, Peter; Hayes, Mary and Jeffrey, Robert (2010). The changing landscape of CPD for teachers. In: ALT-C 2008: “Into something rich and strange” – making sense of the sea-change, 6-9 September 2010, University of Nottingham, UK.

Jeffrey, Bob; Bradshaw, Pete; Twining, Peter and Walsh, Chris (2010). Ethnography, education and on-line research. In: European Conference of Educational Research, 25-28 August 2010, Univesity of Helsinki, Finland. file

Bradshaw, Pete; Younie, Sarah and Cameron, Karen (2010). An Evaluation of the BBC News School Report Project in Initial Teacher Education for the Training and Development Agency (TDA) 2010. ITTE. file

Bradshaw, Pete (2010). Vital – CPD for teachers… CPD for ITE trainees? In: ITTE Summer Conference, 6-8 Jul 2010, Liverpool, UK.

Bradshaw, Pete (2010). Assessment 14-19. In: Wallace, Susan ed. The Lifelong Learning Sector: Reflective Reader. Exeter, UK: Learning Matters.

Bradshaw, Pete; Twining, Peter and Walsh, Christopher (2010). Vital: changing the paradigm of CPD. In: The 11th ITTE Research Seminar, 11-12 Mar 2010, Churchill College, Cambridge, UK.

2009

Bradshaw, Pete and Gillespie, Helena (2009). Evaluation of the BBC News School Report Project's Impact in Teacher Education: An Evaluation for TDA 2009. ITTE, London. file

Bradshaw, Pete and Vanhegan, Stevie (2009). Designing an elearning space to teach about elearning - how hard can it be? In: NTU Learning and Teaching Conference, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, April 2009 , 2 April 2009, Nottingham Trent University, UK. file

2008

Bradshaw, Pete (2008). Validity of ICT assessment at 16: student perceptions. In: IT in Teacher Education Research Seminar, 28-29 Nov 2008, Cambridge, UK. file

Bradshaw, Pete (2008). ICT in teaching. IT in Teacher Education Association.

Boulton, Helen and Bradshaw, Pete (2008). Use of weblogs and other tools to support student teachers' use of reflective journals. Computer Education, Spring(2008)

2007

Boulton, Helen; Bradshaw, Pete and Hramiak, Alison (2007). Use of online tools for supporting students on placement. In: ITTE Annual conference, 11-13 July, 2007, Leicester, UK.

Bradshaw, Pete (2007). Validity of ICT assessment at 16. In: ITTE Annual conference, 11-13 July, 2007, University of Leicester. file

Bradshaw, Pete and Boulton, Helen (2007). Use of electronic tools with students on work placement. In: Enhancing Research-informed Teaching, Annual learning and Teaching Conference, April 2007, Nottingham Trent University. file

Bradshaw, Pete and Woollard, John (2007). Framework for the 14-19 curriculum. IT in Teacher Education Association.

Bradshaw, Pete (2007). ICT and numeracy across the curriculum. PFP Publishing.

2006

Bradshaw, Pete (2006). Online communities. PFP Publishing. file

2005

Bradshaw, Pete; Powell, Stephen and Terrell, Ian (2005). Developing engagement in Ultralab’s online communities of enquiry. Innovations in Education and Teaching International , 42(3) pp. 205–215.

2003

Bradshaw, Pete; Powell, Stephen and Terrell, Ian (2003). Building a community of practice: technological and social implications for a distributed team. In: Hildreth, Paul and Kimble, Chris eds. Knowledge networks: Innovation through communities in practice. London, UK: Idea Group, pp. 184–201.

Bradshaw, Pete and Powell, Stephen (2003). Large-scale online communities of practice for professional learning of school leaders. In: Virtual Communities Conference, 16-17 June 2003, Westminster, London.

2002

Bradshaw, Pete; Gee, Alison and Powell, Stephen (2002). Virtual communities and professional learning across a distributed remote membership. In: Virtual Communities Conference, pre-conference worskhop, 12 December 2002, University of Navarra, Barcelona. file

Bradshaw, Pete; Powell, Stephen and Terrell, Ian (2002). Online communities - vehicles for professional learning? In: BERA Conference, 11-14 Sep 2002, Exeter. file

Bradshaw, Pete; Chapman, Carole and Gee, Alison (2002). A report on the ULTRLAB's development of online components in NCSL programmes. Ultralab. file

2001

Bradshaw, Pete; Gee, Alison and Chapman, Carole (2001). NPQH interim developments. In: BERA Annual Conference, 13-15 September, 2001, Leeds, U.K..

Bradshaw, Pete (2001). Numerical modelling using spreadsheets. In: Lawson, Jenny ed. Intermediate GNVQ: Information and communication technology, options. London: Longman, pp. 153–192.

Bradshaw, Pete (2001). Databases. In: Lawson, Jenny ed. Intermediate GNVQ information and communication technology options. London: Longman, pp. 193–236.

2000

Bradshaw, Pete (2000). Systems installation and presentation. In: Banks, Maggie; Crookes, Bob; Jarvis, Alan; Duff, Alsion and Lawson, Jenny eds. Vocational A-level information and communication technology. London, UK: Longman.

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