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Fensham-Smith, Amber (2021). The rise in home education: issues related to recognition, collaboration and successful partnerships. In: Wearmouth, Janice and Lindley, Karen eds. Bringing the Curriculum to Life. Open University Press, (In press).

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Fensham-Smith, Amber (2020). Towards co-operative working in alternative education. The Freedom to Learn Project, Phoenix Education Trust.

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Flack, Zoe M. and Fensham-Smith, Amber J. (2019). A systematic review of methods in UK home education studies: recommendations for development and practice. In: University of Brighton Second Education Research and Enterprise Conference, 14 Jun 2019, Brighton.

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Fensham-Smith, Amber (2018). Becoming a home-educator in a networked world. In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference 2018, 11-13 Sep 2018, Newcastle.

Fensham-Smith, Amber (2018). Becoming a home-educator in a networked world: towards the democratisation of education alternatives? In: Researching for Social Justice and Educational Improvement, BERA English in Education Special Interest Group, 21 Jun 2018, University of Bedfordshire.

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Fensham-Smith, Amber (2017). Breaking Badman: online networks and the making of new divisions in a landscape of home-education practice. In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference 2017, 5-7 Sep 2017, University of Sussex, Brighton.

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Fensham-Smith, Amber (2015). New technologies, knowledge networks and communities in home education. In: The European Conference on Education (ECE) 2015, 1-5 Jul 2015, Brighton.

Fensham-Smith, Amber J (2015). Home education: networks and communities. In: WISERD Annual Conference, Cardiff University, 30 of Jun 2015, Cardiff.

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Fensham-Smith, Amber J (2014). Representations of Home Education: challenging misrecognition. In: British Educational Research Association: Early Career Researchers Conference, The Institute of Education, 2014, London.


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