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Anderson, Lesley; Briggs, Ann R.J. and Burton, Neil (2001). Managing finance, resources and stakeholders in education. Education Management Research & Practice. London, UK: Sage Publications.

Bearne, Eve; Chamberlain, Liz; Cremin, Teresa and Mottram, Marilyn (2016). Teaching Writing Effectively: Reviewing Practice (2nd edition). Ideas in practice. Leicester: UKLA.

Bearne, Eve; Chamberlain, Liz; Cremin, Teresa and Mottram, Marilyn (2011). Teaching Writing Effectively: Reviewing Practice. Leicester: UKLA.

Bearne, Eve; Dombey, Henrietta and Grainger, Teresa (2003). Classroom Interactions in Literacy. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.

Black, Paul; Harrison, Christine; Lee, Clara; Marshall, Bethan and William, Dylan (2003). Assessment for Learning- putting it into practice. Maidenhead, U.K.: Open university Press.

Black, Paul; Harrison, Christine; Lee, Clare; Marshall, Bethan and William, Dylan (2002). Working Inside the Black Box- Assessment for Learning in the Classroom. London, U.K.: GL assessment.

Bolshaw, Polly and Josephidou, Jo (2018). Introducing research in early childhood. SAGE.

Buckingham, David and Bragg, Sara (2004). Young People, Sex and the Media: the facts of life? Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Burgess, Hilary; Sieminski, Sandy and Arthur, Lore (2006). Achieving Your Doctorate in Education. study skills. London, UK: Sage in association with the Open University.

Cable, Carrie and Eyres, Ian (2005). Primary teaching assistants; curriculum in context. UK: David Fulton Publishers.

Canning, Natalie (2020). Children's Empowerment in Play. TACTYC. Oxon: Routledge.

Chamberlain, Liz (2016). Inspiring Writing in Primary Schools. Exeter: Sage Publications.

Chamberlain, Liz (2017). Inspiring Writing in Primary Schools. Sydney, Australia: Primary English Teaching Association Australia.

Chamberlain, Liz (2019). Inspiring Writing in Primary School. Exeter: Learning Matters.

Chappell, Kerry; Rolfe, Linda; Craft, Anna and Jobbins, Veronica (2011). Close Encounters: Dance Partners for Creativity. Stoke on Trent: Trentham.

Chappell, Kerry; Rolfe, Linda; Craft, Anna and Jobbins, Veronica (2011). Close Encounters: Dance Partners for Creativity. Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books.

Conradie, Liesl and Golding, Tyrrell (2013). The Short Guide to working with Children and Young People. Short Guide Series. Bristol: Policy Press.

Craft, Anna (2002). Creativity and Early Years Education: A lifewide foundation. Continuum Studies in Lifelong Learning. London, UK: Continuum.

Craft, Anna (2008). Voyages of Discovery: Looking at Models of Engagement. London: Creative Partnerships London North.

Craft, Anna (2000). Continuing Professional Development: A Pracical Guide for Teachers and Schools (2nd edition). London, U.K. and New York, NY, U.S.: Routledge Falmer in association with The Open University.

Cremin, Teresa (2009). Teaching English Creatively. Learning to Teach in the Primary School Series. London: Routledge.

Cremin, Teresa and Dombey, Henrietta (2007). Handbook of Primary English in Initial Teacher Education. Cambridge: NATE and UKLA.

Cremin, Teresa; Mottram, Marilyn; Collins, Fiona and Powell, Sacha (2008). Building Communities of Readers. Leicester, UK: PNS/United Kingdom Literacy Association.

Cremin, Teresa; Mottram, Marilyn; Collins, Fiona M.; Powell, Sacha and Drury, Rose (2014). Researching Literacy Lives: Building Communities between Home and School. Abingdon: Routledge.

Cremin, Teresa; Mottram, Marilyn; Collins, Fiona M.; Powell, Sacha and Safford, Kimberly (2014). Building Communities of Engaged Readers: Reading for pleasure. Abingdon: Routledge.

Cremin, Teresa and Myhill, Debra (2011). Writing Voices: Creating Communities of Writers. London: Routledge.

Fielding, Michael and Bragg, Sara (2003). Students as Researchers: Making a difference. Consulting Pupils about Teaching and Learning. Cambridge, UK: Pearson Publishing.

Fletcher-Campbell, Felicity; Whitby, Karen; White, Kerensa and Chamberlain, Tamsin (2007). Review of International Literature on Admissions. Reading: CfBT.

Goouch, Kathy; Grainger, Teresa and Lambirth, Andrew (2005). Creativity and writing: developing voice and verve in the classroom. Oxfordshire,UK: Routledge.

Grainger, Teresa; Goouch, Kathy and Lambirth, Andrew (2004). Creative Activities for Plot, Character and Setting, 5-7. Milton Keynes: Scholastic.

Grainger, Teresa and Pickard, Angela (2004). Drama, Reading and Writing and talking our way forwards. Cambridge, UK: UKLA Publications.

Grant, Janet; Jones, Helen and Lambert, Trevor (2002). An analysis of trends in applications to medical school. Open University, Centre for Education in Medicine.

Hammersley, Martyn (2019). The Concept of Culture: A History and Reappraisal. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.

Helleve, Arnfinn; Sandberg, Helena; Berg, Christina; Prell, Hillevi; Ólafsdóttir, Steingerður; Gísladóttir, Elva; Andersen, Morten C.; Jewell, Jo; Breda, João; Marniemi, Annikka; Gabrijelcic, Mojca and Tatlow-Golden, Mimi (2018). Monitoring food marketing to children: A joint Nordic monitoring protocol for marketing of foods and beverages high in fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) towards children and young people. TemaNord, ISSN 0908-6692 ; 2018:504. Copenhagen, Denmark: Nordisk Ministerråd.

Hustinx, Wouter; Rosius, Hanne; Peoples, Martin; McCartney, Kieran; Ivanusa Kline, Darja; Gorissen, Pierre; Can, Tuncer; Şimşek, Irfan; Venturella, Chiara and Koenraad, Ton (2019). Tablio: Realising Classroom Differentiation and Inclusion with Tablets. Hasselt, Belgium: PXL University of Applied Sciences and Arts.

James, M.; Black, P; Carmichael, P.; Conner, C.; Dudley, P.; Fox, A.; Frost, D.; Honour, L.; MacBeath, J.; McCormick, R.; Marshall, B.; Pedder, D.; Proctor, R.; Swaffield, S. and Wiliam, D. (2006). Learning how to learn: Tools for schools. Improving Practice (TLRP). London, UK: Routledge.

James, M.; McCormick, R.; Black, P.; Carmichael, P.; Drummond, M. J.; Fox, A.; MacBeath, J.; Marshall, B.; Pedder, D.; Proctor, R.; Swaffield, S.; Swann, J. and Wiliam, D. (2007). Improving learning how to learn: Classrooms, schools and networks. TLRP Improving Learning Series. London, UK: Routledge.

Kurcikova, Natalia; Audain, Jon and Chamberlain, Liz (2016). Jumpstart! Apps: Creative learning, ideas and activities for ages 7-11. Jumpstart!. London: Routledge.

Lee, Clare S. (1998). Discussion in a Mathematics Classroom: Developing a Teacher's Awareness of the Issues and Characteristics. CMER occational papers (1). Oxford, U.K.: Centre for Mathematics Education Research, University of Oxford.

Long, Martyn; Wood, Clare; Littleton, Karen; Passenger, Terri and Sheehy, Kieron (2010). The Psychology of Education: The Evidence Base for Teaching and Learning (2nd ed.). London: Routledge.

McCormick, Robert; Fox, Alison; Carmichael, Patrick and Procter, Richard (2010). Researching and Understanding Educational Networks. New Perspectives on Learning and Instruction. Abingdon: Routledge.

Montgomery, Heather (2001). Modern Babylon?: Prostituting children in Thailand. Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality, 2. Oxford, UK: Berghahn Books.

Musgrave, Jackie and Stobbs, Nicola (2015). Early Years Placements: A Critical Guide to Outstanding Work-based Learning. Early Years. Northwich: Critical Publishing.

Norgate, Sarah (2006). Beyond nine to five: your life in time. Mind & Brain Series. Orion.

O'Sullivan, Olivia and Safford, Kimberly (2008). Creative Projects: Getting Parents Involved. London: Centre for Literacy in Primary Education.

Owton, Helen (2014). Studying as a Parent: A Handbook for Success. Palgrave Student to Student. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

Owton, Helen (2017). Doing Poetic inquiry. Palgrave Pivot. Palgrave.

Pells, Kirrily and Woodhead, Martin (2014). Changing Children's Lives: Risks and Opportunities. Oxford: Young Lives, Department for International Development, University of Oxford.

Power, Tom; Babu, Rasel and Chowdhury, Tanjeeba (2017). An Evaluation of Computer Aided Learning (BRAC-CAL) in Secondary Schools in Bangladesh. Research Monograph Series (73). Dhaka, Bangladesh: BRAC Research and Evaluation Division.

Power, Tom; Gater, Rosalind; Grant, Catherine and Winters, Niall (2014). Educational Technology Topic Guide. HEART Topic Guides. London: The Health & Education Advice & Resource Team (HEART).

Rix, Jonathan (2015). Must Inclusion be Special? Rethinking Educational Support Within a Community of Provision. Current Debates in Educational Psychology. London: Routledge.

Rolph, Sheena; Atkinson, Dorothy; Nind, Melanie and Welshman, John [eds.] (2005). Witnesses to change: families, learning difficulties and history. UK: British Institute of Learning Disabilities Publications.

Safford, Kimberly and Barrs, Myra (2005). Creativty and Literacy - Many routes to meaning: Children’s language and literacy development in creative arts work. UK: Centre for Literacy in Primary Education and Creative Partnerships.

Safford, Kimberly and O'Sullivan, Olivia (2007). Their learning becomes your journey: Parents respond to children’s work in creative partnerships. UK: Centre for Literacy in Primary education.

Safford, Kimberly; O'Sullivan, Olivia and Barrs, Myra (2004). Boys on the Margin: Promoting boys’ literacy learning at Key Stage 2. UK: Centre for Literacy in Primary Education.

Soler, Janet and Openshaw, Roger (2006). Literacy crises and reading policies: Children still can't read! Abington, Oxon, UK: Routledge.

Thomson, Rachel; Kehily, Mary Jane; Hadfield, Lucy and Sharpe, Sue (2011). Making Modern Mothers. Bristol: Policy Press.

Woodhead, Martin (1996). In search of the rainbow: pathways to quality in large scale programmes for young disadvantaged children. Early Childhood Development: Practice and Reflections (7). The Hague: Bernard van Leer Foundation.

Woodhead, Martin; Feathersone, Imogen; Bolton, Laura and Robertson, Penny (2014). Early Childhood Development: Delivering Inter‐sectoral Policies, Programmes and Services in Low‐resource Settings. Topic guide, November (2014). Oxford: Health & Education Advice & Resource Team (HEART).

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Allen, Shirley F. [Author]; Whalley, Mary E. [Author]; Goodliff, Gill D. [Series editor] and Trodd, Lynn [Series editor] eds. (2010). Supporting Pedagogy and Practice in Early Years Settings. Achieving EYPS. Exeter: Learning Matters.

Alves, Lynn; Barros, Daniela and Okada, Alexandra eds. (2009). Moodle: Estratégias Pedagógicas e Estudos de Casos. Salvador, Brazil: EDUNEB.

Amos, Sandra and Boohan, Richard eds. (1999). Aspects of Teaching Seconday Science. OU PGCE Course reader, 1. London: Routledge Falmer.

Amos, Sandra and Boohan, Richard eds. (2001). teaching science in secondary schools. OU PGCE COURSE READER, 1. London: Routledge Falmer.

Arthur, James and Cremin, Teresa eds. (2010). Learning to Teach in the Primary School (2nd edition). London: Routledge.

Arthur, James and Grainger, Teresa eds. (2006). Learning to Teach in the Primary School. London, UK: Routledge.

Bennett, Nigel and Anderson, Lesley eds. (2003). Rethinking educational leadership: challenging the conventions. Published in association with the British Educational Leadership and Management Society. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Bennett, Nigel; Crawford, Megan and Cartwright, Marion eds. (2003). Effective educational leadership. Trowbridge, UK: The Open University in association with Paul Chapman Publishing.

Bornat, Joanna and Jones, Rebecca eds. (2014). Imagining Futures: Methodological Issues for Research into Ageing. The Representation of Older People in Ageing Research, 13. London: Centre for Policy on Ageing.

Bradbury, Steven; Lusted, Jim and Van Sterkenberg, Jacco eds. (2020). 'Race', Ethnicity, Racism and Sport Coaching. Routledge Critical Perspectives on Equality and Social Justice in Sport and Leisure. Abingdon: Routledge.

Brockliss, Laurence and Montgomery, Heather eds. (2010). Childhood and Violence in the Western Tradition. Oxbow Books, Childhood in Archaeology Monograph, 1. Oxford: Oxbow.

Brockliss, Laurence and Montgomery, Heather eds. (2010). Childhood and Violence in the Western Tradition. Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past Monograph series, 1. Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books.

Brooker, Liz and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2008). Developing Positive Identities: Diversity and Young Children. Early Childhood in Focus (3). Milton Keynes: Open University.

Brooker, Liz and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2013). The Right to Play. Early Childhood in Focus, 9. Milton Keynes: The Open University with the support of Bernard van Leer Foundation.

Brooker, Liz and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2010). Culture and Learning. Early Childhood in Focus, 6. Milton Keynes: The Open University.

Buckingham, David; Bragg, Sara and Kehily, Mary eds. (2014). Youth Cultures in the Age of Global Media. Studies in Childhood and Youth. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Colloby, Jennifer ed. (2008). The Validation Process for EYPS. Exeter: Learning Matters.

Cooke, Carolyn; Evans, Keith; Philpott, Chris and Spruce, Gary eds. (2016). Learning to Teach Music in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience (3rd Edition). Learning to Teach Subjects in the Secondary School Series. Oxon: Routledge.

Cooper, Victoria and Holford, Naomi eds. (2021). Exploring Childhood and Youth. Abingdon: Routledge.

Craft, Anna; Dugal, Jana; Dyer, Gordon; Jeffrey, Bob and Lyons, Tom eds. (1997). Can you teach creativity? Nottingham: Education Now.

Craft, Anna; Jeffrey, Bob and Leibling, Mike eds. (2001). Creativity in Education. London, UK: Continuum.

Cremin, Teresa ed. (2015). Teaching English Creatively (2nd edition). Learning to Teach in the Primary School Series. Abingdon: Routledge.

Cremin, Teresa and Arthur, James eds. (2014). Learning to Teach in the Primary School (3rd edition). London: Routledge.

Cremin, Teresa and Locke, Terry eds. (2016). Writer Identity and the Teaching and Learning of Writing. London and New York: Routledge.

Ellis, Sue and Safford, Kimberly eds. (2005). Animating Literacy: Inspiring children’s learning through teacher and artist partnerships. UK: Centre for Literacy in Primary Education and Creative Partnerships.

Erling, Elizabeth J. and Seargeant, Philip eds. (2013). English and Development: Policy, Pedagogy and Globalization. Critical Language and Litearcy Studies. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

Flude, Mike and Sieminski, Sandy eds. (1999). Education, Training and the Future of Work 11: Developments in Vocational Education and Training. London, U.K. and New York, NY, U.S.: The Opern University/Routledge.

Georgeson, Jan and Payler, Jane eds. (2013). International Perspectives on Early Childhood Education and Care. Maidenhead UK: Open University Press.

Hall, K.; Cremin, T.; Comber, B. and Moll, L. eds. (2013). International Handbook of Research on Children's Literacy, Learning and Culture. Oxford: Wiley.

Harrison, Roger and Wise, Christine eds. (2005). Working with Young People. London, UK: Sage.

Heaney, Caroline; Oakley, Ben and Rea, Simon eds. (2009). Exploring Sport and Fitness: Work-based Practice. Abingdon: Routledge/The Open University.

Hutchinson, Steven; Moon, Bob and Shelton-Mayes, Ann eds. (2002). Teaching, Learning and the Curriculum in Secondary Schools. London, U.K. and New York, NY, U.S.: RoutledgeFalmer.

Johnson, Jessica [Author]; Trodd, Lyn [Series editor] and Goodliff, Gill [Series editor] eds. (2010). Positive and Trusting Relationships with Children in Early Years Settings. Achieving EYPS. Exeter: Learning Matters.

Johnston-Wilder, Sue; Johnston-Wilder, Peter; Pimm, David and Lee, Clare eds. (2011). Learning to Teach Mathematics in the Secondary School: a Companion to School Experience (3rd ed.). Learning to Teach Subjects in the Secondary School Series. Abingdon: Routledge.

Johnston-Wilder, Sue and Lee, Clare eds. (2010). Leading Practice and Managing Change in the Mathematics Department. St Albans, UK: Tarquin Press.

Johnston-Wilder, Sue; Lee, Clare and Pimm, David eds. (2017). Learning to Teach Mathematics in the Secondary School: A companion to school experience (4th Edition). Learning to Teach Subjects in the Secondary School. Routledge.

Kehily, M.J. ed. (2007). Understanding youth: Perspectives, identities and practices. Youth: Perspectives and Practice. London: Sage/The Open University.

Kehily, Mary Jane ed. (2008). Wprowadzenie do badań nad dzieciństwem. Krakow, Poland: Wydawnictwo.

Kehily, Mary Jane ed. (2008). An Introduction to Childhood Studies. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.

Kehily, Mary Jane ed. (2004). An Introduction to Childhood Studies. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.

Kehily, Mary Jane and Swann, Joan eds. (2003). Children's Cultural Worlds. Childhood, 3. Chichester, UK: John Wiley in association with the Open University.

Lee, Clare; Johnston-Wilder, Sue and Ward-Penny, Robert eds. (2012). A Practical Guide to Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School. Routledge Teaching Guides. Abingdon: Routledge.

Lee, Clare and Ward-Penny, Robert eds. (2019). A practical guide to teaching mathematics in the secondary school. 2nd edition. Routledge Teaching Guides. London: Routledge.

Miller, Linda and Cable, Carrie eds. (2008). Professionalism in the Early Years. London, UK: Hodder Education.

Miller, Linda; Drury, Rose and Campbell, Robin eds. (2002). Exploring Early Years Education and Care. London: David Fulton.

Montgomery, Heather and Watson, Nicola eds. (2009). Children's literature: Classic texts and contemporary trends. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Moyles, Janet; Georgeson, Jan and Payler, Jane eds. (2011). Beginning Teaching, Beginning Learning: In Early Years and Primary Education (4th edition). Maidenhead UK: Open University Press.

Moyles, Janet; Georgeson, Jan and Payler, Jane eds. (2017). Beginning Teaching, Beginning Learning: In Early Years And Primary Education (5th edition). Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Moyles, Janet; Payler, Jane and Georgeson, Jan eds. (2014). Early years foundations: Critical issues (second edition). Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.

Oakley, Ben and Rhys, Martin eds. (2008). The Sport and Fitness Sector: an Introduction. Abingdon: Open University/Routledge.

Oates, John ed. (2007). Kötődési kapcsolatok. Early Childhood in Focus, 1. Milton Keynes, UK: The Open University.

Oates, John ed. (2010). Supporting Parenting. Early Childhood in Focus, 5. Milton Keynes: The Open University.

Oates, John ed. (2007). Attachment Relationships: Quality of Care for Young Children. Early Childhood in Focus, 1. Milton Keynes, UK: The Open University.

Oates, John; Karmiloff-Smith, Annette and Johnson, Mark eds. (2012). Developing Brains. Early Childhood in Focus, 7. Milton Keynes: The Open University.

Okada, Alexandra; Buckingham Shum, Simon and Sherborne, Tony eds. (2008). Knowledge Cartography: Software tools and mapping techniques. Advanced Information and Knowledge Processing, 1. London, UK: Springer.

Okada, Alexandra; Buckingham Shum, Simon and Sherborne, Tony eds. (2014). Knowledge Cartography: Software Tools and Mapping Techniques (2nd ed). Advanced Information and Knowledge Processing. London: Springer.

Owen-Jackson, Gwyneth ed. (2007). A practical guide to teaching design & technology in the secondary school. A practial guide to teaching in the secondary school. London, UK: RoutledgeFalmer.

Owen-Jackson, Gwyneth ed. (2002). Teaching design and technology in secondary schools: a reader. Teaching in secondary schools. London, UK: RoutledgeFalmer.

Owen-Jackson, Gwyneth ed. (2002). Aspects of teaching secondary design and technology: perspectives on practice. Perspectives on practice. London, UK: RoutledgeFalmer.

Owen-Jackson, Gwyneth ed. (2008). Learning to Teach Design and Technology in the Secondary School: A Companion to School Experience. Learning to Teach in the Secondary School, Second edition. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Owen-Jackson, Gwyneth ed. (2013). Debates in Design and Technology Education. Debates in Subject Teaching. Abingdon: Routledge.

Paechter, C.; Edwards, R.; Harrison, R. and Twining, P. eds. (2001). Learning, Space and Identity. Paul Chapman.

Paige-Smith, Alice and Craft, Anna eds. (2008). Developing Reflective Practice in the Early Years. Berkshire, UK: Open University Press.

Paige-Smith, Alice and Craft, Anna eds. (2011). Developing Reflective Practice in the Early Years (2nd ed.). Berkshire: McGraw Hill, Open University Press.

Palaiologou, Ioanna [Author]; Goodliff, Gill [Series editor] and Trodd, Lyn [Series editor] eds. (2008). Childhood Observation. Achieving EYPS. Exeter: Learning Matters.

Philpott, Chris and Spruce, Gary eds. (2012). Debates in Music Teaching. Debates in Subject Teaching. Abingdon: Routledge.

Preedy, Margaret; Glatter, Ron and Wise, Christine eds. (2003). Strategic Leadership and Educational Improvement. Published in association with The Open University. London, UK: Sage.

Reed, Michael and Canning, Natalie eds. (2010). Reflective Practice in the Early Years. London: Sage.

Reed, Michael and Canning, Natalie eds. (2011). Implementing Quality Improvement and Change in the Early Years. London: Sage Publications Ltd..

Sarkar, Bikash Chandra; Hedges, Claire; Griffiths, Malcolm; Mathew, Rama and Biswas, Sudeb Kumar eds. (2017). Teachers' Voices. Capturing the Dynamics of Change. Dhaka, Bangladesh: English in Action, Bangladesh.

Soler, Janet; Hall, Kathy; Goswami, Usha; Harrison, Colin and Ellis, Sue eds. (2010). Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Learning to Read: Culture, Cognition and Pedagogy. Routledge Psychology in Education. London: Routledge.

Soler, Janet M.; Craft, Anna and Burgess, Hilary eds. (2000). Teacher development: exploring our own practice. Developing Practice in Primary Education. London, UK: Sage.

Spruce, Gary; Woodford, Paul; Schmidt, Patrick and Benedict, Cathy eds. (2015). The Handbook of Social Justice in Music Education. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Stacey, Mary [Author]; Goodliff, Gill [Series editor] and Trodd, Lyn [Series editor] eds. (2009). Teamwork and Collaboration in Early Years Settings. Achieving EYPS. Exeter: Learning Matters.

Ward, Ute [Author]; Trodd, Lyn [Series editor] and Goodliff, Gill [Series editor] eds. (2009). Working with Parents in Early Years Settings. Achieving EYPS. Exeter: Learning Matters.

Wells, Karen; Burman, Erica; Montgomery, Heather and Watson, Alison eds. (2014). Childhood, Youth and Violence in Global Contexts: Researchers and Practitioners in Dialogue. Studies in Childhood and Youth. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Whalley, Mary E. [Author]; Trodd, Lynn [Series editor] and Goodliff, Gill [Series editor] eds. (2008). Leading Practice in Early Years Settings. Achieving EYPS. Exeter: Learning Maters.

Wood, Clare; Littleton, Karen and Sheehy, Kieron eds. (2006). Developmental Psychology in Action. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Woodhead, Martin and Brooker, Liz eds. (2012). Healthy Environments. Early Childhood in Focus, 8. Milton Keynes: The Open University.

Woodhead, Martin and Moss, Peter eds. (2007). Early Childhood and Primary Education: Transitions in the Lives of Young Children. Early Childhood in Focus (2). Milton Keynes: Open University.

Younie, Sarah and Bradshaw, Pete eds. (2017). Debates in Computing and ICT Education. Debates in Education. Abingdon: Routledge.

Beach, Nick; Evans, Julie and Spruce, Gary eds. (2011). Making Music in the Primary School. London: Routledge Falmer.

Ingleby, Ewan [Author]; Oliver, Geraldine [Author]; Trodd, Lyn [Series editor] and Goodliff, Gill [Series editor] eds. (2008). Applied Social Science for Early Years. Achieving EYPS. Exeter: Learning Matters.

Musgrave, Jackie; Savin-Baden, Maggi and Stobbs, Nicola eds. (2017). Studying for Your Early Years Degree: Skills and knowledge for becoming an effective early years practitioner. Early Years. St Albans: Critical Publishing.

Nind, Melanie; Rix, Jonathan; Sheehy, Kieron and Simmons, Katy eds. (2003). Inclusive education: diverse perspectives. Learning from each other. London: David Fulton Publishers Ltd.

Philpott, Christopher and Spruce, Gary eds. (2007). Learning to Teach Music in the Secondary School. London, UK: Routledge.

Siraj-Blatchford, Iram and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2009). Effective Early Childhood Programmes. Early Childhood in Focus (4). Milton Keynes: Open University.

Spruce, Gary ed. (2001). Teaching Music in Secondary Schools: A Reader. London, U.K. and New York, NY, U.S.: Routledge Falmer.

Spruce, Gary ed. (2001). Aspects of Teaching Secondary Music: Perspectives on Practice. London, U.K. and New York, NY, U.S.: Routledge Falmer.

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Addae-Kyeremeh, Eric (2020). Teachers’ access to and use of evidence. In: Fox, Alison and Poultney, Val eds. Professional Learning Communities and Teacher Enquiry. Evidence-based Teaching for Enquiring Teachers (1). St Albans: Critical Publishing, pp. 80–92.

Akyeampong, Kwame (2020). Transforming Teacher Preparation for Development of Education in Ghana: Challenges, Progress and Prospects. In: Lefty, Lauren and Frazer, James W. eds. Teaching the World's Teachers. Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins University, pp. 179–198.

Albright, James; Purohit, Kiran and Walsh, Christopher (2006). Multimodal reading and design in a cross-disciplinary curriculum theorising. In: Bokhorst-Heng, Wendy D.; Osborne, Margery D. and Lee, Kerry eds. Redesigning pedagogy: Reflections on theory and praxis. Bold visions in educational research, 10. Netherlands: Sense Publishers, pp. 3–18.

Albright, James; Walsh, Christopher S. and Purohit, Kiran D. (2007). Towards a theory of practice: critical transdisciplinarymultiliteracies. In: McInerney, Dennis M.; Van Etten, Shawn and Dowson, Martin eds. Standards in Education. Research on sociocultural influences on motivation and learning. Charlotte, NC, U.S.A.: IAP - Information Age Publishing, pp. 93–116.

Albright, James J.; Walsh, Christopher S. and Purohit, Kiran D. (2009). Towards a Theory of Practice: Critical Transdisciplinary Multiliteracies. In: McInerney, Dennis M.; Van Etten, Shawn and Dowson, Martin eds. Standards In Education. Research on Sociocultural Influences on Motivation and Learning. Information Age Publishers, pp. 93–116.

Amos, Sandra (1999). Teachers questions in the science classroom. In: Amos, Sandra and Boohan, Richard eds. Aspects of Teaching Secondary Science. OU PGCE COURSE READER (1). London: Routledge Falmer, pp. 5–14.

Amos, Sandra and Boohan, Richard (2001). The changing nature of science education. In: Amos, Sandra and Boohan, Richard eds. Teaching Science inSecondary Schools. OU PGCE Course Reader (1). London: routledgeFalmer, pp. 3–22.

Anamuah-Mensah, Jophus; Banks, Frank; Moon, Robert and Wolfenden, Freda (2012). New modes of teacher pre-service training and professional support. In: Moon, Robert ed. Teacher Education and the Challenge of Development: A Global Analysis. Education, Poverty and International Development. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 201–211.

Anderson, Lesley (2002). Resource acquisition and allocation. In: Bush, Tony and Bell, Les A. eds. The Principles and practice of educational management. Educational management: research and practice. London: Paul Chapman Publishing, pp. 207–222.

Anderson, Lesley (2004). Decentralization, autonomy and school improvement. In: Coleman, Marianne and Earley, Peter eds. Leadership and management in education: cultures, change, and context. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Anderson, Lesley (2002). A leadership approach to managing people and teams in education. In: Kydd, Lesley; Newton, Wendy and Anderson, Lesley eds. Leading people and teams in education. London, UK: Sage Publications.

Arthur, Lore (2001). Tutors as lifelong learners. In: Arthur, Lore and Hurd, Stella eds. Supporting lifelong language learning. London: CILT in association with the Open University, pp. 7–15.

Arthur, Lore (2001). Language and cultural awareness. In: Arthur, Lore and Hurd, Stella eds. Supporting lifelong language learning. London: CILT in association with the Open University, pp. 16–25.

Arthur, Lore (2001). Understanding language learners. In: Arthur, Lore and Hurd, Stella eds. Supporting lifelong language learning. London: CILT in association with the Open University, pp. 36–45.

Arthur, Lore (2002). Networking and intercultural communication: triumphs and tribulations. In: Field, John ed. Promoting European Dimensions in Lifelong Learning. Leicester, UK: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, pp. 43–53.

Arthur, Lore (2001). The teaching portfolio: approaches, values and professional developments. In: Klapper, John ed. Teaching languages in Higher Education: Issues in training and continuing professional development. London, UK: CILT, pp. 200–214.

Arthur, Lore (2002). Intercultural communication and identities; foreign language teachers’ perceptions of culture and citizenship. In: Schweisfurth, Michele; Davies, Lynn and Harber, Clive eds. Learning democracy and citizenship: international experiences. Oxford, UK: Symposium Books, pp. 67–80.

Ashbridge, Jan and Josephidou, Jo (2018). The role of the teacher and other adults. In: Cooper, Hilary and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally eds. Professional Studies in Primary Education. SAGE.

Ashbridge, Jan and Josephidou, Jo (2018). Classroom organisation and the learning environment. In: Cooper, Hilary and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally eds. Professional Studies in Primary Education. SAGE.

Baker, Sally and Cremin, Teresa (2016). Teachers’ identities as writers: teacher, support staff and pupils’ accounts of the role of emotion in the writing classroom. In: Cremin, Teresa and Locke, Terry eds. Writer Identity and the Teaching and Learning of Writing. Routledge, pp. 98–114.

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