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Module Reading List

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

Bates., B. 2019. Learning Theories Simplified: and how to apply them to teaching. 2nd edition. Los Angeles: Sage    

Alexander, R (2018) Developing dialogic teaching: genesis, process, trial, Research Papers in Education, Vol 33:5 

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

Beames, S; Higgins, PJ; Nicol, (2012) Learning outside the classroom; theory and guidelines for practice New York: Routledge 

Benade, L (2017) Is the classroom obsolete in the twenty-first century? Educational Philosophy and Theory Vol 49:8 

Benade, L and Jackson, M eds. (2017) Special Issue: Modern Learning Environments, Educational Philosophy and Theory Vol 49:8 

Bentley T and Gardener H (2003) Learning Beyond the Classroom: Education for a Changing World, Taylor and Francis Group 

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

Boud, D., Cohen, R., & Walker, D. 1993. Using experience for learning. Buckingham: Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press.

Burritt, A M (2018) Pedagogies of the Object: Artifact, Context and Purpose, Journal of Museum Education Vol 43:3 

Bunce, L (2016) Appreciation of Authenticity Promotes Curiosity: Implications for Object-based learning in Museums Journal of Museum Education: New Intersections for History, Vol.41(3), pp.230-239 

Byers, T ; Imms, W ; Hartnell-Young, E (2018) Comparative analysis of the impact of traditional versus innovative learning environment on student attitudes and learning outcomes. Studies in Educational Evaluation, Vol.58 

Byers, T ; Hartnell-Young, E; Imms W (2016) Empirical evaluation of different classroom spaces on students' perceptions of the use and effectiveness of 1‐to‐1 technology British Journal of Educational Technology Vol 49.1 

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

Coates and Pimlott-Wilson (2019), Learning while playing: Children’s Forest School experiences in the UK, British Educational Research Journal, Vol.45:1 

Cope, B; Kalantzis, M; Smith, A (2018) Pedagogies and Literacies, Disentangling the Historical Threads: An Interview with Bill Cope and Mary Kalantzis, Theory Into Practice: Vol.57(1) 

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

Crow, W and Bowles, D (2018) Empathy and Analogy in Museum Education Journal of Museum Education: On the Floor: Museum Teaching Techniques in the 21st Century,, Vol.43(4), pp.342-348 

Department for Education. 2016. ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ (includes statutory guidance around safeguarding during work experience). [Online]. [Accessed 25 September 2019]. Available from: www.gov.uk/government/publications/keeping-children-safe-in-education--2

Department for Education. 2016. Behaviour and discipline in schools: advice for headteachers and school staff. [Online]. [Accessed 30 January 2019]. 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 

Dockett, S; Main, S ; Kelly, L (2011) Consulting Young Children: Experiences from a Museum, Visitor Studies, Vol.14(1) 

Dovey K and Fisher K (2014) Designing for adaptation: the school as socio-spatial assemblage, Journal of Architecture Vol 19(1) 

Dowdell, K; Gray, T and Malone, K (2011) Nature and its Influence on Children's Outdoor Play

Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, Vol.15(2) 

Dyson, A H (2020) “We’re playing sisters, On Paper!”: children composing on graphic playgrounds, Literacy, Vol.54(2) 

Elliott, H (2015) Forest School in an inner city? Making the impossible possible, Education 3-13 Vol 43:6 

Fattore, Toby.; Mason, J eds. (2005) Children taken seriously in theory, policy and practice; Jessica Kingsley Publishers Chapter 14 Children’s perceptions of school 

González, N; Moll, L C.; Amanti, C. (2009) Funds of knowledge: theorizing practices in households, communities and classrooms, New York: Routlegde 

Griffin, J (2004) Research on students and museums: Looking more closely at the students in school groups, Science Education (Vol 88:4) 

Hackett, A; Holmes R; MacRae, C and Proctor, L (2018) Young children's museum geographies: spatial, material and bodily ways of knowing, Children’s Geographies Vol 16:5 (special edition) 

Hein, G (2004) John Dewey and Museum Education, Curator: The Museum Journal Vol 47:4 

Holman, Sir J. 2014. Good Career Guidance. Gatsby Charitable Foundation. [Online]. [Accessed 20 September 2019]. Available from:  https://www.gatsby.org.uk/education/focus-areas/good-career-guidance 

Hughes P. 2000. Principles of Primary Education Study GuideLondon: 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.

Macedonia, M (2019) Embodied Learning: Why at School the Mind Needs the Body, Frontiers in Psychology 

Mann, A. 2012. Work Experience: impact and delivery – insights from the evidence. London: Education and Employers Taskforce. [Online]. [Accessed 25 September 2019]. Available from: https://www.educationandemployers.org/research/work-experience-impact-and-delivery-insights-from-the-evidence/ 

Mercer, N (2000) Words and Minds; How we use language to think together, Routledge. 

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

Miller S M and McVee M B (2012) Multimodal Composing in Classrooms : Learning and Teaching for the Digital World Taylor & Francis Group 

Mills, Kathy A. (2019) The Multiliteracies Classroom, Channel View Publications 

Moll, L C. (2014) Vygotsky and Education, Routledge – introduction 

Moll, L C (2019) Elaborating Funds of Knowledge: Community-Oriented Practices in International Contexts, Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice, Vol.68(1) 

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

Prunty, A; Dupont, M; Mcdaid, R (2012) Voices of Children with Special educational needs (SEN): views on schooling, Support for Learning, Vol 27:1 

Rennie, L J. ; Johnston, D J. (2004) The nature of learning and its implications for research on learning from museums, Science Education (Vol 88:4) 

Ridgers, N D ; Knowles, Z R ; Sayers, J (2012) Encouraging play in the natural environment: a child-focused case study of Forest School, Children's Geographies, Vol.10(1), pp.49-65 

Roehl, T (2012) Disassembling the classroom – an ethnographic approach to the materiality of education, Ethnography in Education Vol 7:1. 

Shaffer, S (2011) Opening the Doors: Engaging young children in the art museum, Art Education (64:6) 

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

Smith, Dunhill and Scott (2018) Fostering children’s relationship with nature: exploring the potential of Forest School, Education 3-13, 46:5 

Söderström, S (2016) Socio-material practices in classrooms that lead to the social participation or social isolation of disabled pupils, Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research : SJDR, Vol.18(2), pp.95-105 

Special Edition (2004) In Principle, In Practice: Perspectives on a Decade of Museum Learning Research (1994–2004) Science Education, Vol 88:4 

Special Edition (2018) Twenty Years of Multiliteracies: Moving from Theory to Social Change in Literacies and Beyond, Theory into Practice Vol 57(1) 

Stierer, B.; Maybin, J, (1994) Language, literacy and learning in educational practice Open University. 

Thibaut P and Scott Curwood, J (2018) Multiliteracies in Practice: Integrating Multimodal Production Across the Curriculum, Theory into Practice, Vol 57 (1) 

Tillmann, S; Tobin, D; Avison, W; Gilliland, J (2018) Mental health benefits of interactions with nature in children and teenagers: a systematic review , Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, Vol.72(10) 

Turner-Bisset, R, (2005) Creative teaching: History in the primary classroom, Taylor-Francis chapter 3 Artefacts 

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

Wallace, S (2015) Dialogic teaching (reference entry) A Dictionary of Education, Oxford 

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

Yamada-Rice, Dylan (2018) Licking planets and stomping on buildings: children’s interactions with curated spaces in virtual reality, Children’s Geographies Vol 16:5 

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

This list was last updated on 24/08/2021