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Reading List: Issues and Ethics in Professional Practice LLLC 3970
Due to the participative nature of this module there are no essential readings which are required to succeed. The following indicative list is comprised of resources which will be relevant and helpful. Additional resources including multimedia will be provided via the Minerva module area.
Core readings - these will be useful for everyone
Carnie, F. 2003. Alternative approaches to education: a guide for parents and teachers ISBN: 0415248175 (pbk). London: Routledge (Chapter 4)
Cole, M. (ed.) 2006. Education, equality and human rights: issues of gender, 'race', sexuality, disability and social class. London: Routledge.
Ehrich, L., Kimber, M., Millwater, J. and Cranston, N. 2011. Ethical dilemmas: a model to understand teacher practice. Teachers and Teaching: theory and
practice. 17(2), pp.173-185.
Ghaye, T. 2011 (2nd ed.). Teaching and learning through reflective practice : a practical guide for positive action Abingdon: Routledge (Chapters 2 & 5)
Knight, S. 2011. Risk and adventure in early years outdoor play: learning from forest schools. London: Sage
Reay, D. What would a socially just education system look like? Saving the minnows from the pike. Journal of education policy. 27 (5), pp. 587-599
Singer, P. (ed.) 1993. A Companion to Ethics. Oxford: Blackwell (Part IV)
Optional readings - how useful these will be depends on your choices on which questions to focus on within your assignment
Applebaum, B. 2010. Being White, Being Good ISBN: 9780739144923 (pbk); 9780739144916 (hbk); 9780739144930 (ebo9ok). New York: Lexington Books
Bassot, B. 2013. The reflective journal. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Bhopal, K. 2018. White privilege: the myth of a post-racial society. ISBN: 9781447335979; 144733597X. Bristol: Policy Press
Bohme, G. 2001. Ethics in context: the art of dealing with serious questions. Cambridge: Polity Press
Bond, T. 2000. Standards and ethics for counselling in action. London: Kogan Page
Cahn, S. 2012. Classic and Contemporary Readings in the Philosophy of Education. Oxford: OUP.
Campbell-Whatley, G. D. and Comer, J. 2000. Self-Concept and African-American Student Achievement: Related Issues of Ethics, Power and Privilege. Teacher Education and Special Education. 23(1), pp. 19–31
Cohen, R. 2002. The good, the bad and the difference : how to tell right from wrong in everyday situations. London: Atlantic Books.
Delorenzi, S. (ed.). 2006. Going places: neighbourhood, ethnicity and social mobility. London: IPPR (Chapter by Lupton: How does place affect education? )
Dorling, D. 2015. Injustice: why social inequality persists. Bristol: Policy Press
Freire, P. 1972. Pedagogy of the oppressed. London: Penguin
Halberstam, J. 1993. Everyday ethics: inspired solutions to real-life dilemmas. Middlesex: Penguin
Haydon, G. 1993. Education and the crisis in values: should we be philosophical about it? London: Tufnell Press
Haydon, G. 1997. Teaching about values: a new approach. London: Cassell
Jarvis, P. 1997. Ethics and education for adults in a late modern society. Leicester: NIACE
Jones, O. 2011. Chavs: the demonization of the working class. London: Verso
King, G. 1999. Counselling skills for teachers: talking matters. Buckingham: Open University Press
Knight, S. 2011. Forest school for all. London: Sage
Knowles, G. & Lander, V. 2012. Thinking through ethics and values in primary education. London: Learning Mattters
Lynch, K. & Lodge, A. 2002. Equality and power in schools: redistribution, recognition and representation. London: Routledge/Falmer
Lawton, D., Cairns, J. & Gardner, R. (eds.). 2000. Education for values: morals, ethics and citizenship in contemporary teaching. London: Kogan Page
Robinson, D. and Garratt, C. 1999. Introducing ethics. Cambridge: Icon Books
Sahlberg, P. 2011. Finnish lessons ISBN: 9780807755853 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9780807773291 (ebook : alk. paper): what can the world learn from educational change in Finland?. New York: Teachers College Press
Shukla, N. 2016. The good immigrant ISBN: 9781783523955 (pbk.); 9781783522958 (trade hardback); 9781783522941 (limited edition); 9781783522965 (ebook). Unbound: London.
Strike, K. & Ternasky, P. L. (eds.). 1993. Ethics for professionals in education: perspectives for preparation and practice. London: Teachers College Press
Walters, S. 2012. Ethnicity, race and education: an introduction. London: Continuum
This list was last updated on 26/09/2019