Items where School or Centre is "Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education > Department of Education" and Year is UNSPECIFIED
Number of items: 19.
Attwood, G. (2011) Aspirations, attainment and disadvantage: A case study of an academy. Discussion Paper. n/a. [Unpublished]
Attwood, G. (2011) Continuities and dis-continuities in the experience of secondary schooling. Discussion Paper. n/a, Bristol. [Unpublished]
Attwood, G. (2011) Family and school influences on educational choices. Discussion Paper. n/a. [Unpublished]
Attwood, G. and Croll, P. (2011) Attitudes to school and intentions for educational participation: An analysis of data from the longitudinal survey of young people in England. International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 34 (3). pp. 269-287. ISSN Print 1743-727x Online 1743-7288
Brennan, Z. (2011) Barbara Pym. Literary Encyclopedia.
Cook, J. , Pachler , N. and Bachmair, B. (2011) Ubiquitous mobility with mobile phones: A cultural ecology for mobile learning. E-Learning and Digital Media, 8 (3). pp. 181-195. ISSN 2042-7530
Falconer, L. (2011) Metaxis: the transition between worlds and the consequences for education. In: Innovative Research in Virtual Worlds, University of Coventry, 3rd - 4th November, 2011.
Falconer, L. and Frutos-Perez, M. (2011) Someone to talk to: Using automated characters to support simulated learning activities. 10th European Conference on E-learning. p. 170.
Frutos-Perez, M. (2011) Designing new information interfaces: A conversational approach to information management and delivery. In: Bastiaens, T. and Ebner, M. , eds. (2011) EdMedia 2011 World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, pp. 1068-1072. ISBN 188009485X
Frutos-Perez, M. (2011) Practice, context, dialogue: using automated conversational agents to extend the reach and depth of learning activities in immersive worlds. In: Peachey, A. , ed. (2011) Researching Learning in Immersive Virtual Environments. Open University Press, pp. 70-77. ISBN 9781780073200
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
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).
Harrison, N. (2011) Have the changes introduced by the 2004 Higher Education Act made higher education admissions in England wider and fairer? Journal of Education Policy, 26 (3). pp. 449-468. ISSN 0268-0939
Harrison, N. and Chudry, F. (2011) Overactive, overwrought or overdrawn? The role of personality in undergraduate financial knowledge, decision-making and debt. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 35 (2). pp. 149-182. ISSN 0309-877X
Harrison, N. and Cuthbert, R. (2011) Participation rates in Aimhigher West: analysis and comparisons. Project Report. University of the West of England.
Hoare, A. , Bowerman, B. , Croudace, C. and Waller, R. (2011) Widening participation Bristol-fashion: Embedding policy and practice at the Universities of Bristol and the West of England. In: Thomas, L. and Tight, M. , eds. (2011) Institutional transformation to engage a diverse student body. Emerald. ISBN 9780857249036
Tarr, J. , Tsokova, D. and Takkunen, U. M. (2011) Insights into inclusive education through a small Finnish case study of an inclusive school context. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 16 (7). pp. 691-704. ISSN 1360-3116
Waller, R. (2011) The sociology of education. In: Dufour, B. and Curtis, W. , eds. (2011) Studying Education: A Introduction to the Key Disciplines in Education Studies. Maidenhead: Open University Press. ISBN 9780335241064
Waller, R. , Bovill, H. and Pitt, B. (2011) Parents, partners and peers: Bearing the hidden costs of lifelong learning. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 30 (4). pp. 509-526. ISSN 0260-1370