Dr Jackie Salter
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
Cohen, L. 2018. Research methods in education, London, England; Routledge.
Illeris, K. 2018. Contemporary theories of learning: learning theorists-- in their own words, London, Routledge.
Knoors, H. & Marschark, M 2014 Teaching deaf learners: psychological and developmental foundations Oxford University Press.
Knoors, H. and M. Marschark. 2015 (eds). Educating deaf learners: creating a global evidence base . New York: Oxford University Press
Knoors, H and Marschark, M. 2019 (eds.) Evidence-based practices in deaf education Oxford University Press
Marschark, M., V. Lampropoulou and E. K. Skordilis 2106 (eds). Diversity in deaf education . Ch.8 pp.219-246
Marschark, M. & P.E. Spencer (Eds.) Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language, and education. Oxford University Press
Robson, S. 2020 Developing thinking and understanding in young children 3rd Edition Routledge
Spencer, P.E & Marschark, M (2010). Evidence-based practice in educating deaf and hard-of-hearing students. Oxford University Press
Alloway, T. 2006. How does working memory work in the classroom. Educational Research and Reviews ISSN: 1990-3839, 1(4), pp.134-139
Chilton, H.,Beazley, S. Theory of mind: Are there wider implications from working with d/Deaf people? Disability & society. V 29 (2) pp. 184-197
Mathews E and M. O’Donnell (2020) Phonological decoding and reading comprehension in deaf and hard-of-hearing children, European Journal of Special Needs Education, 35:2, pp220-235
Mann, W., E. D. Pena and G. Morgan. 2014. Exploring the use of dynamic language assessment with deaf children, who use American Sign Language: Two case studies. Journal of communication disorders., 52, pp.16-30.
Clarke, P. J., E. TrueloveE, H. C. and M. Snowling. 2014. Developing reading comprehension. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. Ch.1 What is reading Comprehension? pp 2-11
Cohen, L. 2018. Research methods in education, London, England; Routledge.chp 26 Observation pp546-562
IllerisS, K. 2009. A comprehensive understanding of human learning. In: ILLERIS, K. (ed.) Contemporary theories of learning: Learning theorists... in their own words. London: Routledge.
Gathercole, S., E. Lamont, and T. Alloway, 2006 Working Memory in the classroom in Pickering (ed) Working Memory and Education Elsevier
Jarvis, P. 2009. Learning to be a person in society: learning to be me. In: ILLERIS, K. (ed.) Contemporary theories of learning: Learning theorists...in their own words. London: Routledge.
Kyle, F. Reading development in deaf children: The fundamental role of language development Knoors, H and Marschark, M. 2019. (eds.) Evidence-Based Practice in Deaf Education. OUP,USA. pp. 217-236
Maywe, C. C. and B. J. Trezek. 2015 . Early literacy development in deaf children. New York: Oxford University Press. Ch.2 A model of Early Literacy Development pp27-52
Neil, M. G. 2019. Psychology, Harlow, England, Pearson. Chapter 8 Memory pp 272-282
Easterbrooks, S. (2010) ‘Evidence-based curricular and practices that support the development of reading skills’. In M. Marschark, M. & P.E. Spencer (Eds.) Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language, and education. Oxford University Press, Vol 2. Chapter 8. p. 111 – 126
Robson, S. 2020. Developing thinking and understanding in young children: an introduction for students. Theories of cognitive development Chp2 pp 19-49
Robson, S. 2020. Developing thinking and understanding in young children: an introduction for students. Knowing about the mind chp5 97-126
Spencer, P. & Marschark, M. (2010) Evaluating the evidence in deaf education: methods for obtaining trustworthy and useful information In Spencer, P.E & Marschark, M (2010). Evidence-based practice in educating deaf and hard-of-hearing students. Oxford University Press, Chpt 3. p. 25 - 37
Swanwick R. (2016) Languages and languaging in deaf education: a framework for pedagogy Oxford University Press Ch.8 pp. 141-162
Creese, A., & Blackledge, A. 2010. Translanguaging in the bilingual classroom: A pedagogy for learning and teaching? Modern Language Journal ISSN: 0026-7902, 94(1), 103–115.
Garcia, O., & Li Wei 2014. Translanguaging: Language, bilingualism and education. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
Hermans, D., Wauters, L., De Klerk, A., & Knoors, H. 2014. Quality of instruction in bilingual schools for deaf children: Through the children’s eyes and the camera’s lens. In M. Marschark, G. Tang, & H. Knoors (Eds.), Bilingualism and bilingual deaf education ISBN: 9780199371815 (hbk); 0199371814 (hbk); 9780199371822 ebook (pp. 272–291). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Nunes T., Thinking in Action and Beyond In Knoors, H and Marschark, M. 2019. (eds.) Evidence-based practices in deaf education ISBN: 9780190880552. OUP,USA. pp283- 302
Spencer, P.E. & Marschark, M. (2010). Cognition, perception and learning strategies. In Evidence-based practice in educating deaf and hard-of-hearing students. Oxford University Press. Chpt 7. p. 119 – 134
Marschark, M AND Wauters, L. (2008) ‘Language comprehension and learning’ In M. Marschark and P. Hauser, P. (Eds) Deaf cognition: Foundations and outcomes. Oxford University Press. Chpt 12. p. 309 – 350
Marschark, M., Paivio, A., Spencer, L. J., Durkin, A., Borgna, G., Convertino, C. & Machmer, E. 2016. Don’t Assume Deaf Students are Visual Learners. Journal of developmental and physical disabilities. ISSN: 1056-263x, 1-19. (on-line)
Mayer, C., & LeighH, G. (2010). The changing context for sign bilingual education programs Issues In Language and the development of literacy. International journal of bilingual education and bilingualism., 13,2, 175-186
Molander, B. O., Halldén, O., & Lindahl, C. 2010. Ambiguity—A tool or obstacle for joint productive dialogue activity in deaf and hearing students’ reasoning about ecology. International Journal of Educational Research ISSN: 8830355, 49(1), 33–47.
Paul, P.V. 2003. Processes and components of reading In M. Marschark, M. & P.E. Spencer (eds.) Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language, and education , Oxford University Press, Vol 1. Chp 7. pp. 97 – 109
Westby, C. & Robinson, L. 2014. A developmental perspective for promoting theory of mind. Topics in Language Disorders ISSN: 0271-8294, 34, 362-38 OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (IK 23/01/2019)
This list was last updated on 23/10/2020