Items where Subject is "L Education > LA History of education"
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Brooks, Valerie. (2008) The role of external examinations in the making of secondary modern schools in England 1945-65. History of Education, Vol.37 (No.3). pp. 447-467. ISSN 0046-760X
Fragkouli, Elpiniki and Hammond, Michael, 1956-. (2007) Issues in developing programmes to support teachers of philology in using ICT in Greek schools : a case study. Journal of In-Service Education, Volume 33 (Number 4). pp. 463-477. ISSN 1367-4587
Hammond, Michael, 1956-. (2011) Beliefs and ICT : what can we learn from experienced educators? Technology, Pedagogy and Education, Volume 20 (Number 3). pp. 289-300. ISSN 1475-939X
Hammond, Michael, 1956-. (2014) Introducing ICT in schools in England : rationale and consequences. British Journal of Educational Technology, Volume 45 (Number 2). pp. 191-201. ISSN 0007-1013
Hammond, Michael, 1956-. (2013) The contribution of pragmatism to understanding educational action research : value and consequences. Educational Action Research, Volume 21 (Number 4). pp. 603-618. ISSN 0965-0792
Santos, Ieda and Hammond, Michael, 1956-. (2007) Learning community or community-minded learning group? : a case study of an online course. Journal of Internet Commerce, Volume 6 (Number 2). pp. 51-72. ISSN 1533-2861
Thesis or Dissertation
Abbas, Tahir, 1970- (2000) How South Asians achieve education: a comparative study of Bangladeshis, Indians and Pakistanis in Birmingham schools and colleges. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
Acevedo-Rodrigo, Adriana (2004) Paying for progress : politics, ethnicity and schools in a Mexican Sierra, 1875-1930. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
Clark, Urszula (1996) Making use of words : the tangled web of language, history and the teaching of English. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
Godazgar, Hossein (1999) An analysis of social and cultural changes in rural Iran, with special reference to the impact of cultural factors on educational change. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
Lockwood, Roy, 1950- (2005) What it means to be modern: education, policy and New Labour. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.