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Harnett, P., Davies, G., Baxter, S. and Keast, R. (2013) Creative approaches to learning about the Bristol blitz. Primary History (63). pp. 27-30. ISSN 0966-6559

Harnett, P. and Whitehouse, S. (2012) Primary history at key stage 1. The Historical Association.

Harnett, P. and Nichols, J. (2011) History teaching in England and the English national history curriculum 3-11, past present and into the future. International Journal of History Learning, Teaching and Research, 10 (1).

Harnett, P. (2011) I was meant to be born on my birthday, but I arrived a day late: Young children and chronology. Primary History, 59. pp. 14-15.

Harnett, P. (2011) I was meant to have been born on my birthday, but I arrived a day late. Young children and chronology. Primary History (59). pp. 14-15. ISSN 0966-6559

Harnett, P. (2011) The importance of teaching: initial and continuing professional development in history education. Primary History (59). pp. 14-15. ISSN 0966-6559

Harnett, P. (2010) Why did you write it like a story, rather than just saying the information? Primary History (56). pp. 16-17. ISSN 0966-6559

Harnett, P. (2010) Do we really need that washboard? Primary History, 54. p. 8. ISSN 0966-6559

Harnett, P., Cajani, L., Fulop, M. and Johansson, R. (2010) Discerning bias in personal epistemologies. Discerning Bias in Research: Challenging Epistemological Assumptions. pp. 10-13. ISSN 1741-6353

Harnett, P. and Newman, E. (2009) "And what did you see on the day?" Using key events and sites to develop understanding and empathy. The past in the present: Identity, diversity and values in history teaching. EUROCLIO Bulletin (27). pp. 18-24.

Screech, C. and Harnett, P. (2009) History in key stage 1 and the foundation stage. History and Initial Teacher Training Material.

Harnett, P. (2008) Did they always draw things on the pots which they made? Children's questions about historical pictures. Primary History (49). pp. 30-32. ISSN 0966-6559

Harnett, P. (2008) Planning for the future: primary history teacher education in the 21st century. Primary History (50). pp. 43-45. ISSN 0966-6559

Harnett, P. (2007) Teaching emotive and controversial history to 3-7 year olds: A report for The Historical Association. International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research, 7 (1). ISSN 1472 -9466

Harnett, P. (2007) Creating a curriculum to help children in the early years understand the world in which they live. Primary History (46).

Harnett, P. (2007) Foundation stage and key stage 1 history (early years) history and citizenship education - teaching sensitive issues. Primary History (45). pp. 31-33. ISSN 0966-6559

Harnett, P. (2006) Exploring the potential for history and citizenship eduation with primary children at the British Empire and Commonwealth Museum, Bristol. International Journal of History, Learning, Teaching and Research, 6 (1). pp. 34-39.

Harnett, P. (2006) Using diaries to stimulate children's understanding of the past. Primary History (43). pp. 30-31. ISSN 0966-6559

Harnett, P. (2005) Using nursery rhymes to develop children's knowledge and understanding of the past. Primary History (35). ISSN 0966-6559

Harnett, P. (2004) Isambard Kingdom Brunel: a significant Victorian? Primary History. ISSN 0966-6559

Harnett, P. and Lee, J. (2003) Where have all the men gone? Have primary schools really been feminised? Journal of Educational Administration and History, 35 (2). pp. 77-86. ISSN 0022-0620

Harnett, P. (2003) History in the Primary School: The Contribution of Textbooks to Curriculum Innovation and Reform. International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research, 3 (2). pp. 27-42. ISSN 1472-9466

Harnett, P. (2000) History in the primary school: re-shaping our pasts. The influence of primary school teachers' knowledge and understanding of history on curriculum planning and implementation. International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research, 1 (1). pp. 5-13. ISSN 1472-9466

Harnett, P. (1998) Heroes and Heroines: Exploring a nation's past. The history curriculum in state primary schools in the twentieth century. History of Education Society Bulletin. pp. 83-95. ISSN 0018-2699

Book Section

Whitehouse, S. and Harnett, P. (2013) Investigating activities using sources. In: Cooper, H., ed. (2013) Teaching History Creatively. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 29-50. ISBN 9780415698849

Harnett, P. and Whitehouse, S. (2012) Creative approaches to aspects of historical enquiry. In: Cooper, H., ed. (2012) Teaching History Creatively. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415698856

Harnett, P. and Whitehouse, S. (2012) Creative exploration of local, national and global links. In: Cooper, H., ed. (2012) Teaching History Creatively. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415698856

Harnett, P. (2011) Peace education; identifying possible lines of enquiries for research. In: Adalbjarnardóttir, Sigrún, Cajani, L., Fülöp, Márta and Johansson, R., eds. (2011) War, Peace and Citizenship Research. London: CiCe. ISBN 9781907675119

Waller, R. (2010) Changing identities through re-engagement with education narrative accounts from two women learners. In: Bathmaker, A.-M. and Harnett, P., eds. (2010) Exploring Learning, Identity and Power through Life History and Narrative Research. Routledge, pp. 55-69. ISBN 9780415496445

Smart, D. (2010) Going to the pictures: Learning to see the life histories of minorities within majority narratives. In: Bathmaker, A.-M. and Harnett, P., eds. (2010) Exploring learning, identity and power through life history and narrative research. London: Routledge, pp. 97-114. ISBN 9780415496445

Brine, J. (2010) 'I lived down the road from you': exploring power and identity, then and now. In: Bathmaker, A.-M. and Harnett, P., eds. (2010) Exploring learning, identity and power through life history and narrative research. London: Routledge, pp. 130-143. ISBN 9780415496445

Clough, N. (2010) In our own words: From action to dialogue. In: Bathmaker, A.-M. and Harnett, P., eds. (2010) Exploring learning, identity and power through life history and narrative research. Routledge. ISBN 9780415496445

Harnett, P. (2010) Life history and narrative research revisited. In: Bathmaker, A.-M. and Harnett, P., eds. (2010) Exploring Learning, Identity and Power through Life History and Narrative Research. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415496445

Waller, R. (2010) Changing identities through re-engagement with education: Two narrative accounts. In: Bathmaker, A.-M. and Harnett, P., eds. (2010) Exploring Learning, Identity and Power through Life History and Narrative Research. Abingdon: Taylor & Francis. ISBN 9780415496445

Clough, N. and Tarr, J. (2010) Researching intercultural dimensions within innovative pedagogies. In: Bathmaker, A.-M. and Harnett, P., eds. (2010) Exploring learning, identity and power through life history and narrative research. (No 4.) Instituto Paulo Freire de Portugal, University of Porto. ISBN 9780415496445

Andrews, J. (2010) Researching learning in and out of school: A narradigmatic approach. In: Bathmaker, A.-M. and Harnett, P., eds. (2010) Exploring Learning, Identity and Power through Life History and Narrative Research. Oxford: Routledge, pp. 84-96. ISBN 9780415496445

Harnett, P. (2009) A balancing act: Blending local, regional, national, European and global contexts. In: Aktekin, S., Harnett, P., Ozturk, M. and Smart, D., eds. (2009) Teaching History and Social Studies for Multicultural Europe. Ankara: Harf Egitim Yayinciligi. ISBN 9756048522

Bailey, A. and Barnes, S. (2008) Children's futures, our futures: Educating citizens for the 21st century. In: Harnett, P., ed. (2008) Understanding Primary Education. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415399241

Harnett, P. and Vinney, M. (2008) What has happened to curriculum breadth and balance within primary schools? In: Harnett, P., ed. (2008) Understanding primary education. Developing professional attributes, knowledge and skills. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415399241

Harnett, P. and Vinney, M. (2007) What's happened to curriculum breadth and balance in primary schools? In: Harnett, P., ed. (2007) Understanding Primary Education: Developing professional attributes, knowledge and skills. London: Routledge, pp. 120-138. ISBN 9780415399241

Barkham, J. and Miller, J. (2007) Chapter 2: Support or straightjacket? A tale of three strategies. In: Harnett, P., ed. (2007) Understanding Primary Education: Developing Professional Attributes, Knowledge and Skills. London: Routledge, pp. 16-39. ISBN 9780415399241

Harnett, P. and Vinney, M. (2007) What has happened to curriculum breadth and balance in primary schools? In: Harnett, P., ed. (2007) Understanding Primary Education: Developing Professional Attributes, Knowledge and Skills. London: Routledge, pp. 120-138. ISBN 9780415399241

Eke, R. and Kumar, L. (2007) The social distribution of school knowledge in primary classrooms. In: Harnett, P., ed. (2007) Understanding Primary Education: Developing Professional Attributes, Knowledge and Skills. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415399241

Harnett, P. (2007) Why teach history in school? Curriculum planning and developing children's historical understanding. In: Cassar, G. and Vella, Y., eds. (2007) History teaching and research: Bridging the theory/practice divide. Vol. 1. (1) History Teachers' Association (HTA) Malta.

Harnett, P. and Jones, M. (2003) Developing children's geographical understanding. In: Gatt, S. and Vella, Y., eds. (2003) Constructivist teaching in primary school: social studies, mathematics, science, ICT, design and technology. 2003. Luqa, Malta: Agenda Press. ISBN 9993262277

Harnett, P. and Jones, M. (2003) Geography: Developing geographical understanding. In: Gatt, S. and Vella, Y., eds. (2003) Constructivist Teaching in Primary School: social studies, mathematics, science, ICT, design and technology. First. Luqa, Malta: Agenda Press. ISBN 9789993262275

Harnett, P. (2000) Curriculum decision making in the primary school: the place of history. In: Arthur, J. and Phillips, R., eds. (2000) Issues in the teaching of history. London: Routledge. ISBN 0415266685

Harnett, P. (2000) Primary school teachers' perceptions of the history curriculum. In: Phillips, R., ed. (2000) Subject knowledge, theory and practice. Swansea, UK: History Teacher Educators' Network.

Harnett, P. (1999) Looking afresh at history. In: Ashley, M., ed. (1999) Improving teaching and learning in the humanities. London, UK: Falmer Press. ISBN 0750708018

Harnett, P. (1998) Children working with pictures. In: Hoodless, P., ed. (1998) HIstory and English, exploiting the links. London, UK: Routledge. ISBN 0415167035

Conference or Workshop Item

Clough, N., Tarr, J., Macedo, E. and Cortesao, L. (2010) Testing the impact of innovative pedagogies for higher education. In: Bathmaker, A.-M. and Harnett, P., eds. ECER 2010: The European Conference on Educational Research, Helskini, Finland, 23 -27 August 2010.

Clough, N. and Tarr, J. (2010) Developing frameworks for evaluating education and training approaches that encourage professional recognition of children’s participatory rights. In: Bathmaker, A.-M. and Harnett, P., eds. Proceedings of the 12th Conference (2010) of the Children’s Identity and Citizenship in Europe Thematic Network ‘Lifelong Learning and Active Citizenship’, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain, 20 - 22 May 2010.

Harnett, P. (2009) Pupils perceptions of cultural diversity in the scope of history teaching. In: Council of Europe Globalisation and Images of the Other; Challenges and New Perspectives for History Teaching in Europe. Istanbul: Research Centre for Islamic History

Harnett, P. (2008) Who are you? Who are we? Challenges in constructing identities through studying the past. Some findings from the TEACH project. In: Proceedings of the 9th conference of the Children's Identity and Citizenship in Europe Thematic Network.

Harnett, P. (2006) Shared heritages? Investigating ways of life in the past to promote European consciousness with children in primary schools. In: Citizenship Education: Europe and the World. Proceedings of the 8th Conference of Children's Identity and Citizenship in Europe Thematic Network, Riga, Latvia, 2005. London: CiCe

Harnett, P. (2005) Teaching citizenship through learning about people's lives in the past. In: Ross, A., ed. Teaching Citizenship: Proceedings of the 9th Conference of Children's Identity and Citizenship in Europe Thematic Network, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2005. London: CiCe

Book

Bathmaker, A.-M. and Harnett, P. (2010) Exploring learning, identity and power through life history and narrative research. Routledge. ISBN 9780415496445

Aketin, S., Harnett, P., Ozturk, M. and Smart, D. (2009) Teaching history and social studies for multicultural Europe. Ankara: Harf Egitim Yayinciligi. ISBN 9789756048528

Aktekin, S., Harnett, P., Ozturk, M. and Smart, D. e. (2009) Çok Kültürlü Bir Avrupa İçin Tarih ve Sosyal Bilgiler Eğitimi (Teaching history and social studies for multicultural Europe). Ankara, Turkey: Harf Eğitim Yaninciliği.

Aktekin, S., Harnett, P., Ozturk, M. and Smart, D. e. (2009) Çoklu Bakış Açısıyla Sosyal Bilgiler ve Tarih Öğretimi Etkinlik Örnekleri (Understanding ourselves and one another-active learning for history and social studies lessons). Ankara, Turkey: Harf Eğitim Yaninciliği.

Harnett, P. (2007) Understanding primary education: Developing professional knowledge, skills and attributes. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415399241

Kimber, D., Clough, N., Forrest, M., Harnett, P., Menter, I. and Newman, E. (1995) Humanities in primary education. London: David Fulton Publishers . ISBN 9781853463426

Other

Harnett, P. and Screech, C. (2010) History in the foundation stage and key stage 1. The History Association.

Clough, N. (2010) Improving ITE through attending to children’s mathematical talk’ in Leading Partners in Mathematics: Pilot Project. National Strategies Website.

Harnett, P. (2007) Teaching emotive and controversial history. The Historical Association.

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