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EDUC2105
Module Reading List

Students into Education 1, 2021/22, Semester 2
Dr Lucy Taylor
L.Taylor@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

The following books provide general reading for the module.

Akerson, V; Buck, G; Donnelly, L; Nargund-Joshi, V and Weiland, I (2011) The Importance of Teaching and learning Nature of Science in the Early Childhood Years, Journal of Science Education and Technology (Vol 20:5) 

Alexander R; Doddington C; Gray, J; Hargreaves, L and Kershner R  (2010) The Cambridge Primary Review Research Surveys, Part 1: Children's Lives and Voices: Home, school and community. Routledge chapters 2-5    

Bates, B. 2019. Learning theories simplified : ...and how to apply them to teaching : 130+ theories and models from great thinkers. 2nd edition. London: SAGE.

Black, P., Harrison, C., Lee, C., Marshall, B. and William, D. 2003. Assessment for Learning: putting it into practice. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Calder, I. and Grieve, A. 2004.  Working with other adults - what teachers need to know Educational Studies? 30 (2), pp.113 – 126.

Centre for Educational Research and Innovation. 2005. Formative assessment: improving learning in secondary classrooms. Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

Chaplain, R (2003) Teaching without disruption in the primary school: a model for managing pupil behaviour, Taylor and Francis. Section III 

Clemson D and Clemson W (1994/2006) Mathematics in the Early Years. Taylor and Francis  

Cooke, H (2007) Mathematics for primary and early years. The Open University 

Cowley, S. 2014. Getting the Buggers to Behave. 5th edition. London: Bloomsbury.

Cremin, T; Reedy, D; Bearne, E and Dombey, H (2015) Teaching English Creatively, Routledge 

Cummins, J (1999) BICS and CALP clarifying the distinction https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED438551 

Dismore, H and Bailey, R (2005) “If only”: Outdoor and adventurous activities and generalised academic development, Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning (vol 5:1)  

Department for Education (DFE). 2016. Behaviour and discipline in schools: advice for headteachers and school staff. [Online]. [Accessed 15 September 2020]. Available from: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/488034/Behaviour_and_Discipline_in_Schools_-_A_guide_for_headteachers_and_School_Staff.pdf

Drummond, M. 2011.  Assessing children's learning. London: Routledge

Eglinton, K A (2003) Art in the Early Years, Taylor and Francis  chapter 1   

Godwin, D; Perkins, M (2002) Teaching Language and Literacy in the Early Years, Routledge. 

Greenhalgh, Z (2018) Music and singing in the Early Years, Taylor and Francis Group. Introduction and chapter 1   

Harlen, W and Qualter A (2013) The Teaching of Science in Primary Schools, David Fulton.  Introduction and Part 1.     

Hayes (2009) Learning and Teaching in Primary Schools, Chapter 1,2 and 7, SAGE publications    

  Ebook available https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/leeds/reader.action?docID=686431 

9781844458233 

Hayward, L (2013) Has anybody really learned anything? In Wyse et al. Eds.(2013) Creating the Curriculum, Routledge. (chapter 5) 

Hennessy S (2017) Approaches to increasing the competence and confidence of student teachers to teach music in primary schools. Education 3-13: Music Education, Vol.45(6), pp.689-7 

Hill D and Robertson L H (2009) Equality in the Primary School: Promoting good practice. Bloomsbury 

  Ebook availablehttps://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/leeds/reader.action?docID=476524 

Hughes P. 2000.  Principles of Primary Education Study Guide London: Fulton Study Guides.

Jarvis, P. and Holford, J. 2003.  The theory & practice of learning2nd edition. London: Kogan Page.

Keddie, A. 2012.  Educating for diversity and social justice. London: Routledge.

Kerry, T. 2002.  Learning Objectives, Task Setting & Differentiation. Cheltenham: Nelson Thornes.

Moon, J. A. 2004.  Reflection in learning & professional development: theory & practice. London: Routledge Falmer.

Osler, A.  2000.  Citizenship and democracy in schools: diversity, identity, equalityStoke-on-Trent: Trentham.

Prince H E (2019) Changes in outdoor learning in primary schools in England, 1995 and 2017: lessons for good practice Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 2019 Vol 19 issue 4 

Safford, K and Drury, R;  (2013) The ‘problem’ of bilingual children in educational settings: policy and research in England. Language and Education, Vol.27(1), pp.70-81 

Slee, R (2011) The Irregular School : Exclusion, Schooling and Inclusive Education, Taylor and Francis 

  Ebook available https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/leeds/reader.action?docID=684108 

Smyth, G (2003) Helping bilingual pupils to access the curriculum. David Fulton. Chapters 1 and 2 

Sellman, E. 2012.  Creative learning for inclusion: creative approaches to meet special needs in the classroom. London: Routledge.

Thompson, I. 2010.  Issues in teaching numeracy in primary schools. 2nd ed. Maidenhead: McGraw Hill/Open University Press.

Waite, S (2010) Losing our way? The downward path for outdoor learning for children aged 2–11 years Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning  Vol 10 

Weare, K (2002)  Promoting mental, emotional, and social health; a whole school approach. Routledge. Introduction and chapter 1   

Wilson R A (2003) Special Educational Needs in the Early Years (chapter 1 and 2)    

  Ebook avaialble https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/leeds/reader.action?docID=3060698 

Wyse, D; Lingard, B; Baumfield, V; Egan, D; Hayward, L; Hulme, M; Menter, I; Gallagher, C; Leitch R and Livingston K (2012)  Creating the Curriculum, Routledge 

  Ebook available https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/leeds/detail.action?docID=1016058 

Waugh, D. 2012.  Teaching systematic synthetic phonics in primary schools. Exeter: Learning Matters.

Whitehead, M. 2007. Developing language and literacy with young children. 3rd ed. London: Paul Chapman.

 

This list was last updated on 13/12/2021