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Education Reform
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 164

Education Reform

This book subjects the ongoing reforms in UK education to a rigorous critical interrogation. It takes as its main concerns the introduction of market forces, managerialism and the National Curriculum into the organization of schools and the work of teachers and argues that these reforms are combining to fundamentally reconstruct the work of teaching, to generate and ramify multiple inequalities and to destroy civic virtue in education.

Retention And Student Success In Higher Education
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 198

Retention And Student Success In Higher Education

This book draws upon international experience, particularly from the United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa and the United States to discuss student retention and success from a public policy perspective and concentrates on theory and research evidence, and on how these can inform institutional practices designed to enhance retention and success (particularly where students are enrolled from disadvantaged backgrounds).

Becoming a Teacher
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 395

Becoming a Teacher

This edition addresses important educational questions. It is designed to represent a coherent, challenging & thoughtful set of articles that will help readers to firm up their own ideas & give a factual basis for discussion & debate.

Understanding Health Inequalities
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 240

Understanding Health Inequalities

Understanding Health Inequalities second edition provides an accessible and engaging exploration of why the opportunity to live a long and healthy life remains profoundly unequal.

Racism and Antiracism in Real Schoolsa
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 234

Racism and Antiracism in Real Schoolsa

This book focuses on racism in the policy, research, theory and practice of education, and includes the first major study of antiracism at the level of whole-school management and classroom practice. The voices of teachers and school students bring the issues to life, and illustrate the daily problems of life in urban schools. This is a fascinating picture of the key matters facing managers, classroom teachers and their students as schools struggle to develop strong and workable approaches to anti-racist education. It is accompanied by a critical review of current debates and controversies concerning 'race', ethnicity and identity.

Succeeding With Your Master'S Dissertation: A Step-By-Step Handbook
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 344

Succeeding With Your Master'S Dissertation: A Step-By-Step Handbook

Succeeding with your Master's Dissertation is a step-by-step guide to completing your Master's dissertation.

Promoting Independent Learning In The Primary Classroom
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 148

Promoting Independent Learning In The Primary Classroom

This book argues that independence in the classroom should be seen as beneficial for learners and also for teachers. Jill Williams makes a compelling case for a climate in which decision making is valued, where children are enabled to solve problems and where children and adults respect each others point of view, arguing that this will be a climate in which independence flourishes. In turn the benefits in terms of teaching and learning will be apparent for both the children and the teachers.

Making Policy In British Higher Education 1945-2011
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 280

Making Policy In British Higher Education 1945-2011

This book examines how policy has been made in British higher education and how the results of these policies have determined the shape of higher education.

Marketing Higher Education
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 195

Marketing Higher Education

How can Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) position themselves to be competitive in global market economies? How has widening participation affected the marketing of HEIs? What kind of students do employers want in the twenty-first century? The marketing of higher education has become a natural consequence of the market in which HEIs are created and function. The shift from government grant to fee income, the homogenization of institutions under the title, 'University', the rhetoric of diversification and the realization of competition for students based on reputation and brand (academic and otherwise) has driven institutions to embrace the market. This book is unique in considering these matters as well its attempt to examine the relationship between marketing and the education that is being marketed. These issues are global and touch on the very nature of the place of HEIs in society as well as how they need to position themselves to compete. The readership for this book includes those studying higher education management, as well as those interested in higher education policy issues, but it has something of interest for all those engaged in higher education today.

Science, Social Theory & Public Knowledge
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 192

Science, Social Theory & Public Knowledge

This topical and unique book draws together the three key perspectives on science-society relations: public understanding of science, scientific and public governance, and social theory. The book presents a series of case studies (including the debates on genetically modified foods and the AIDS movement in the USA) to discuss critically the ways in which social theorists, social scientists, and science policy makers deal with science-society relations.