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Adams, Tamsin (2017) To what extent are 5 children in a primary school in Kent with Autism Spectrum Disorder able to accurately recognise and regulate emotions? The STeP Journal (Student Teacher Perspectives), 4 (4). pp. 52-60.
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Ashbridge, Jan and Josephidou, Joanne (2018) Classroom organisation and the learning environment. In: Cooper, Hilary and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally, (eds.) Professional studies in primary education, third edition. SAGE Publications, London, UK, pp. 121-141.

Ashbridge, Jan and Josephidou, Joanne (2018) The role of the teacher and other adults. In: Cooper, Hilary and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally, (eds.) Professional Studies in Primary Education, third edition. SAGE Publications, London, UK.

Ashcroft, Joseph (2017) Do boys’ attitudes to reading differ to those of girls? A study into the views of reading within a year three class. The STeP Journal: Student Teacher Perspectives, 4 (1). pp. 2-14.
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Asquith, Simon (2001) Spot the environmental issue. Primary Geography .

Asquith, Simon (2006) Theory, practice and research: a rationale for primary geography and overview of recent developments. In: Cooper, Hilary, Asquith, Simon and Rowley, Christopher, (eds.) Geography 3-11: A Guide for Teachers. David Fulton Publishers, London.

Atherton, Pete (2018) More than just a quiz: how Kahoot! can help trainee teachers understand the learning process. Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal, 10 (2). pp. 29-39.
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Batty, Nicola and Metcalfe, Jayne (2018) Safeguarding. In: Cooper, Hilary and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally, (eds.) Professional Studies in Primary Education, third edition. SAGE Publications, London, UK.

Bloxham, Susan (2008) What are we really trying to do with assessment in teacher education? Resolving conflicting purposes and principles. In: ESCalate Assessment seminar: Assessment - Challenging Practice, 17 April 2008, University of Gloucestershire, UK. (Unpublished)

Boyd, Pete (2014) Learning conversations: teacher researchers evaluating dialogic strategies in early years settings. International Journal of Early Years Education, 22 (4). pp. 441-456.
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Boyd, Pete (2018) ‘Learning teaching’ in school. In: Cooper, Hilary and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally, (eds.) Professional studies in primary education, third edition. SAGE Publications, London, UK, pp. 359-382.
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Boyd, Pete and Ash, Andy (2017) Changing teachers’ beliefs through the whole-class approach of a mastery maths programme. In: Singapore Maths Leadership conference, 12 October 2017, Manchester, UK. (Unpublished)
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Boyd, Pete and Ash, Andy (2017) Developing a mastery approach to maths: lesson structure, classroom strategies and teacher beliefs. (Unpublished)
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Boyd, Pete and Ash, Andy (2018) Mastery mathematics: changing teacher beliefs around in-class grouping and mindset. Teaching and Teacher Education, 75 . pp. 214-223.
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Boyd, Pete, Cammack, Paul, Chakrabarti, Pinaki, Ibrahim, Farhat, Leslie, Pippa, Marshall, Marilyn and Tyson, Edward (2018) Teacher mediation of classroom learner response technology. Learning, Education and Development (LED) Research Centre, University of Cumbria, Carlisle, UK.
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Boyd, Pete and Harris, Kim (2010) Becoming a university lecturer in teacher education: expert school teachers reconstructing their pedagogy and identity. Professional Development in Education, 36 (1-2). pp. 9-24.
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Boyd, Pete, Harris, Kim and Murray, Jean (2011) Becoming a teacher educator: guidelines for induction, 2nd edition. Escalate: subject centre of the Higher Education Academy, Bristol, UK.
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Caldwell, Elizabeth and Wilbraham, Susan (2018) Hairdressing in space: depiction of gender in science books for children. Journal of Science & Popular Culture, 1 (2). pp. 101-118.
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Capita, Carol, Cooper, Hilary and Halalau, Gheorghita (2001) Teaching history to ten-year-olds in England and Romania. Education 3-13, 29 (2). pp. 25-30.
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Capita, Laura, Cooper, Hilary and Mogos, Iosif (2000) History, children's thinking and creativity in the classroom: English and Romanian perspectives. International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research (IJHLTR), 1 (1). pp. 14-18.
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Cooper, Hilary (2018) Children, their world, their history education: the implications of the Cambridge review for primary history. Education 3-13, 46 (6). pp. 615-619.
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Cooper, Hilary (2006) History 3-11: a guide for teachers. A Guide for Teachers Series . David Fulton Publishers / Taylor and Francis, Abingdon, UK.

Cooper, Hilary (2005) History in primary schools. In: 1st 'History in British Education' conference, 14-15 February 2005, Institute of Historical Reseach, University of London.
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Cooper, Hilary (1995) History in the early years. Teaching and learning in the first three years of school . Routledge, Taylor & Francis, London, UK.

Cooper, Hilary (2002) History in the early years, second edition. Teaching and Learning in the Early Years series . Routledge, Abingdon, UK.

Cooper, Hilary (2008) History, values education & PSHE. Primary History (Issue). p. 8.
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Cooper, Hilary (2015) How can we plan for progression in primary school history? Revista de Estudios Sociales, 52 . pp. 16-31.
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Cooper, Hilary (2006) Learning and teaching about the past: three to eight year olds (Aprendendo e ensinando sobre o passado a crianças de três a oito anos). Educar em Revista, Specia . pp. 171-190.
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Cooper, Hilary (2018) Moving forward. In: Cooper, Hilary and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally, (eds.) Professional studies in primary education, third edition. SAGE Publishing, London, UK, pp. 457-470.
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Cooper, Hilary (2018) Philosophy of education and theories of learning. In: Cooper, Hilary and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally, (eds.) Professional studies in primary education, third edition. SAGE Publishing, London, UK, pp. 44-65.
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Cooper, Hilary (1999) Primary school history in Europe: a staple diet or a hot potato? In: Arthur, James and Phillips, Robert, (eds.) Issues in history teaching. Issues in subject teaching . Routledge, Taylor & Francis, London, UK, pp. 159-174.

Cooper, Hilary (2014) Professional studies in primary education, second edition. SAGE Publications Ltd, London, UK.

Cooper, Hilary (2018) What is creativity in history? Education 3-13, 46 (6). pp. 636-647.

Cooper, Hilary (1998) Writing about history in the early years. In: Hoodless, Pat, (ed.) History and English in the primary school: exploiting the links. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 157-178.

Cooper, Hilary (2014) Writing history 7-11: historical writing in different genres. Routledge, Abingdon, UK.

Cooper, Hilary (1995) The teaching of history in primary schools: implementing the revised National Curriculum, second edition. David Fulton Publishers, London, UK.

Cooper, Hilary (2000) The teaching of history in primary schools: implementing the revised National Curriculum, third edition. David Fulton Publishers, London, UK.

Cooper, Hilary (1992) The teaching of history: implementing the National Curriculum. Studies in Primary Education . David Fulton Publishers, London, UK.

Cooper, Hilary and Ager, Jenny (2008) KS2 history: exploring Tudor values. Teachers TV .

Cooper, Hilary and Dilek, Dursun (2004) Children's thinking in history: analysis of a history lesson taught to 11 year olds at Ihsan Sungu School, Istanbul. International Journal of Historical Learning Teaching and Research (IJHLTR), 4 (2).
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Cooper, Hilary and Dilek, Dursun (2007) A comparative study on primary pupils' historical questioning processes in Turkey and England: empathic, critical and creative thinking. Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice, 7 (2). pp. 713-725.
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Cooper, Hilary and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally (2018) Introduction to the third edition. In: Cooper, Hilary and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally, (eds.) Professional studies in primary education, third edition. SAGE Publishing, London, UK, pp. 1-14.
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Cooper, Hilary, Hegarty, Phil, Hegarty, Penny and Simco, Neil (1996) Display in the classroom: principles, practice and learning theory. David Fulton Publishers, London, UK.

Copping, Adrian (2016) Being creative in primary English. SAGE Publications Ltd.

Copping, Adrian (2015) Curriculum approaches. In: Hansen, Alice, (ed.) Primary professional studies, 3rd edition. Transforming Primary QTS Series . Learning Matters, London, UK, pp. 27-47.

Copping, Adrian (2014) ‘Put it there, partner!’ A case study of an organic partnership with a school. Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal (TEAN), 6 (2). pp. 25-35.
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Copping, Adrian (2018) “Yes we can!” embedding creative approaches into non-fiction teaching. In: UK Literary Association (UKLA) National Conference: Enriching the English Curriculum Through Creativity, 10 March 2018, Chancellors Hotel, Manchester, UK. (Unpublished)
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Copping, Adrian (2015) A murder mystery. In: Waugh, David, Bushnell, Adam and Neaum, Sally, (eds.) Beyond early writing: teaching writing in primary schools. Critical Publishing, Norwich, UK, pp. 33-46.

Cullen, James (2016) Using philosophy for children as a means of fostering high quality learning and teaching: can using a ‘Question Quadrant’ help children at Key Stage 1 ask higher-order questions? The STeP Journal: Student Teacher Perspectives, 3 (2). pp. 24-34.
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Dollan, Michael (2016) Managing professional change and development: an investigation of the observed and perceived values of the use of music in the teaching of mathematics within the EYFS and Year One. The STeP Journal: Student Teacher Perspectives, 3 (1). pp. 18-30.
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Dudgeon, John (2007) Cross-curricular resources to develop mathematical thinking. In: Hansen, Alice and Drews, Doreen, (eds.) Using resources to support mathematical thinking: primary and early years. SAGE Publications, London, UK.

Dudgeon, John (2014) Measures. In: Hansen, Alice, Drews, Doreen, Dudgeon, John, Lawton, Fiona and Surtees, Liz, (eds.) Children’s errors in mathematics (3rd ed). SAGE Publications, London, UK.

Dyer, Scott (2016) In the case of high attaining, phonemically aware, bilingual Year One children, can spelling tests using phonemically irregular words be an effective strategy in order to improve spelling? The STeP Journal (Student Teacher Perspectives), 3 (1). pp. 31-41.
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Elton-Chalcraft, Sally (2005) Anti racism: an attainment target for primary RE. RE Today, 2005 (Spring). pp. 28-29.

Elton-Chalcraft, Sally (2008) How children see diversity, the effects of schooling, and implications for Initial Teacher Education. In: The Teacher Education Policy in Europe (TEPE) Conference 2008, 21-23 February 2008, Ljubljana, Slovenia. (Unpublished)
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Elton-Chalcraft, Sally (2009) It's not just about black and white, Miss: children's awareness of race. Trentham Books, Stoke on Trent, UK.
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Elton-Chalcraft, Sally (2008) It's not just black and white: an exploration of children's multicultural awareness, attitudes and influences. Doctoral thesis, University of Derby.
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Elton-Chalcraft, Sally (2002) I’m not being racist but ...anti-racism and critical multiculturalism. RE Today, 2002 (Spring). pp. 6-7.

Elton-Chalcraft, Sally (2006) Mind-set matters: attainment target ‘anti-racism’. RE Today, 2006 (Autumn).

Elton-Chalcraft, Sally (2006) My dad don't like no brown-skinned people: primary children's cultural awareness and factors which influence this. In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, 6-9 September 2006, University of Warwick, UK. (Unpublished)

Elton-Chalcraft, Sally (2004) Pow wham! Heros or powerful leaders? RE Today, 2004 (Spring).

Elton-Chalcraft, Sally, Hollander, Penny and Prescott, Georgia (2014) Spiritual development through creative RE. In: Elton-Chalcraft, Sally, (ed.) Teaching religious education creatively. Learning to Teach in the Primary School series . Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Oxford, UK, pp. 78-90.

Elton-Chalcraft, Sally and Mills, Kären (2013) Measuring challenge, fun and sterility on a ‘phunometre’ scale: evaluating creative teaching and learning with children and their student teachers in the primary school. Education 3-13, 43 (5). pp. 482-497.
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Elton-Chalcraft, Sally, Revell, Lynn and Lander, Vini (2018) Fundamental British values: your responsibility, to promote or not to promote? In: Cooper, Hilary and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally, (eds.) Professional studies in primary education, third edition. SAGE Publishing, London, UK, pp. 339-356.
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French, Amanda and Hobbs, Dinah (2017) ‘So how well did it really go’? Working with primary school pupils as project evaluators: a case study. Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal (TEAN), 9 (1). pp. 56-65.
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Hanscomb, Stuart and Rinaldi, Carlo (2017) ‘Why am I having to do this?’ The nature and purpose of concurrent courses in Scottish primary teacher education. Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal (TEAN), 9 (1). pp. 124-132.
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Henthorn, Joe and Cammack, Paul (2017) Blogging and tweeting in the classroom: exploring how effective use of new media can help teaching and learning in primary schools. Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal (TEAN), 9 (2). pp. 3-13.
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Hewlett, Sean (2007) Everywhere and nowhere: an investigation into the loci of facilitative influence on the learning experience of primary children at an outdoor centre. Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria.
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Hymer, Barry (2009) Beyond clever: an evolving new paradigm of giftedness. G&T Update, 68 .

Hymer, Barry (2011) From cohorts to capabilities: connecting the ‘G&T’ agenda in schools to an influential theory of economic development. G&T Update, 89 .

Hymer, Barry and Michel, Deborah (2002) Gifted & talented learners : creating a policy for inclusion. David Fulton in association with the National Association for Able Children in Education.

Hymer, Barry and Sutcliffe, Roger (2012) P4C Pocketbook. Management Pocketbooks, Alresford.

Hymer, Barry, Whitehead, Jack and Huxtable, Marie (2009) Gifts, talents and education: a living theory approach. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester.

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Ibrahim, Bilsen (2016) Praise, power and pupil-teacher relationships. The STeP Journal (Student Teacher Perspectives), 3 (1). pp. 42-50.
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Jackson, Elizabeth (2007) Seventies, eighties, nineties, noughties…. a sequence of concerns. Practitioner Research in Higher Education, 1 (1). pp. 28-32.
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Kilburn, Verna and Mills, Kären (2011) Inclusion and special educational needs. In: Cooper, Hilary, (ed.) Professional studies in primary education. SAGE Publications, London, UK, pp. 108-122.

Kilburn, Verna and Mills, Kären (2018) Play for children with special educational needs. In: Brock, Avril, Jarvis, Pam and Olusoga, Yinka, (eds.) Perspectives on play: learning for life, 3rd edition. Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK, pp. 250-271.
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Lakin, Liz (2004) Growing Schools: Enhancing Teaching and Learning through Farming and Growing. In: Leal Filho, Walter and Littledyke, Michael, (eds.) International Perspectives in Environmental Education. Umweltbildung, Umweltkommunikation und Nachhaltigkeit, 16 . Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main ; Oxford, pp. 259-271.

Lakin, Liz (2006) Science in the whole curriculum. In: Harlen, Wynne, (ed.) ASE Guide to Primary Science Education. Association for Science Education, Hatfield, Herts, pp. 49-56.

Lakin, Liz (2004) The golden age of protein: an initial teacher training perspective on the biological role of proteins in our everyday lives. International journal of consumer studies, 28 (2). pp. 127-134.

Lakin, Liz and Dunne, Mick (2006) Resources. In: Harlen, Wynne, (ed.) ASE Guide to Primary Science Education. Association for Science Education, Hatfield, Herts., pp. 116-123.

Lakin, Liz and Littledyke, Michael (2008) Health promoting schools: integrated practices to develop critical thinking and healthy lifestyles through farming, growing and healthy eating. International journal of consumer studies, 32 (3). pp. 253-259.

Loynes, Christopher (2015) Learning without walls: the many faces of outdoor education. In: Education Innovation First International Conference: The role of non-formal education, including outdoor education, in education and development, 6-7 November 2015, Szczecin, Poland.
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Loynes, Christopher (2016) Transition camps, a Learning Away case study. The Outdoor Learning Blog…by Natural Connections .
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Loynes, Christopher (2015) The benefits of camping with year 2 pupils. The Outdoor Learning Blog…by Natural Connections .
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McCullagh, John F. and Doherty, Andrea (2018) Digital makeover: what do pre-service teachers learn from microteaching primary science and how does an online video analysis tool enhance learning? Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal, 10 (2). pp. 15-28.
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McMahon, Samantha and Percival, Julie (2013) Supervision and reflective practice. In: Reid, James and Burton, Steven, (eds.) Safeguarding and protecting children in the early years. Routledge, Taylor & Francis, London, UK, pp. 180-193.

Metcalfe, Jayne, Simpson, Debbie, Todd, Ian and Toyn, Mike (2013) Thinking through new literacies for primary and early years. Thinking Through Education . SAGE Publications, London, UK.

Michel, Deborah and Hymer, Barry (2011) Dilemma-based learning in primary school: integrating social, emotional and thinking skills. Chris Kington Publishing.

Mills, Kären and Kilburn, Verna (2014) Personal and social development. In: Cooper, Hilary, (ed.) Professional studies in primary education, 2nd edition. SAGE Publications, London, UK, pp. 208-227.
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Moore, Hugh (2016) Using artefacts and written sources creatively. In: Cooper, Hilary, (ed.) Teaching history creatively, 2nd edition. Learning to Teach in the Primary School series . Routledge, London, UK, pp. 71-86.

Moore, Hugh (2014) Using sources to create narrative. In: Cooper, Hilary, (ed.) Writing history 7-11: historical writing in different genres. Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Abingdon & New York, pp. 79-91.

Moore, Hugh, Angus, Rachel, Brady, Caitlin, Bates, Caitlin and Murgatroyd, Caron (2016) Creative approaches to time and chronology. In: Cooper, Hilary, (ed.) Teaching history creatively, 2nd edition. Learning to Teach in the Primary School series . Routledge, London, UK, pp. 105-119.

Morris, Jane (2017) Creativity - nature or nurture? Creativity in the primary classroom [online blog] . (Unpublished)
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Morris, Jane (2017) Creativity - should we encourage it? Creativity in the world of primary education [online blog] . (Unpublished)
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Morris, Jane (2018) Creativity - the biology of learning - the happy wanderer [blog post]. Creativity in the world of primary education [online blog] . (Unpublished)
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Morris, Jane (2018) Creativity - the biology of learning - walking upright [blog post]. Creativity in the world of primary education [online blog] . (Unpublished)
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Morris, Jane (2018) Creativity - the biology of learning – a basic need [blog post]. Creativity in the world of primary education [online blog] . (Unpublished)
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Morris, Jane (2017) Creativity - what is it? Creativity in the world of primary education [online blog] . (Unpublished)
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Morris, Jane (2018) Creativity – the biology of learning – walking through the basics [blog post]. Creativity in the world of primary education [online blog] . (Unpublished)
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Percival, Julie (2013) Safeguarding within the Early Years Foundation Stage. In: Reid, James and Burton, Steven, (eds.) Safeguarding and protecting children in the early years. Routledge, Taylor & Francis, London, UK, pp. 95-114.

Pollard, Hugh M. (1957) The educational significance of Oberlin: the founder of the first nursery school. Educational Review, 10 (1). pp. 5-17.
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Porter, Jill (2016) Bereavement in the primary school: a critical consideration of the nature, incidence, impact and possible responses. The STeP Journal (Student Teacher Perspectives), 3 (1). pp. 11-17.
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Prescott, Georgia (2014) Creative thinking and dialogue: P4C and the community of enquiry. In: Elton-Chalcraft, Sally, (ed.) Teaching religious education creatively. Learning to Teach in the Primary School Series . Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Oxford, UK, pp. 35-50.

Prescott, Georgia (2010) Feeding others, feeding oneself: reflections upon a Westhill seminar. REsource, 33 (1).
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Prescott, Georgia (2012) Spirituality in the classroom: interactivity and imagination. RE Today, 29 (1). pp. 46-48.
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Prince, Heather (2018) Changes in outdoor learning in primary schools in England, 1995 and 2017: lessons for good practice. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning .
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Prince, Heather (2012) Children learning outside the classroom: from birth to eleven. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning, 13 (2). pp. 180-182.
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Prince, Heather (2019) Outdoor Learning in Primary Schools: Practice, Challenges and Opportunities. In: Ambleside Professoriate Lecture Series, 20 March 2019, University of Cumbria, Ambleside Campus. (Unpublished)
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Prince, Heather (2018) School-based outdoor education: lessons in enabling good practice for children 3-11 years. In: 8th International Outdoor Education Research Conference, 19-23 September 2018, University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia.
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Prince, Heather and Exeter, David (2015) Formal curricular initiatives and evaluation in the UK. In: Humberstone, Barbara, Prince, Heather and Henderson, Karla A., (eds.) International Handbook of Outdoor Studies. Routledge, Oxford, UK & New York, USA, pp. 141-150.
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Pugh, Eamonn (1988) Encouraging reading for pleasure: a project in a middle school. School Librarian, 36 (4).

Pugh, Eamonn (2018) The emotional knowledge of teachers: a hidden part of the iceberg. In: LED Research Centre Teacher Inquiry Conference: Developing Research Informed Practice, 23 May 2018, University of Cumbria, Carlisle, UK. (Unpublished)
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Read, Andrew and Hurford, Donna (2010) 'I know how to read longer novels' - developing pupils' success criteria in the classroom. Education 3-13 International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 38 (1). pp. 87-100.

Reeves, John (2016) Playful exploration and meaning making in and out of school with cross-curricula creative computing. In: RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2016: Nexus Thinking, 31 August - 2 September 2016, Imperial College London, UK. (Unpublished)
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Revell, Lynn and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally (2016) Religious education, racism and citizenship: developing children’s religious, political and media literacy. Teaching Citizenship, 44 . pp. 20-23.
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Richards, Colin (2010) The English primary curriculum and its assessment: a critique of three recent reports. Education 3-13, 38 (4). pp. 389-394.
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Richards, Colin (2013) Primary school/education. In: McCulloch, Gary and Crook, David, (eds.) The Routledge international encyclopedia of education. Routledge, Taylor & Francis, London, UK, pp. 452-454.

Richards, Colin (2018) Primary teaching: a personal perspective. In: Cremin, Teresa and Burnett, Cathy, (eds.) Learning to teach in the primary school, 4th edition. Learning to Teach in the Primary School Series . Routledge, Taylor & Francis, London, UK.

Richards, Colin (2011) The changing context of decision-making in English primary education: ages, myths and autonomy. In: Cox, Sue, Dyer, Caroline, Robinson-Pant, Anna and Schweisfurth, Michele, (eds.) Children as decision makers in education: sharing experiences across cultures. Bloomsbury Continuum, London, UK, pp. 7-14.

Roberts, John (2009) Collaborative learning: what effects will this have during a creative writing session, on younger children in a mixed age setting? Masters dissertation, University of Cumbria (awarded by University of Lancaster).
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Slater, Andrew, Shaw, Susan, Read, Andrew and Hurford, Donna (2009) ‘Tell me what to do?’. In: Jackson, Alison, (ed.) Innovations and development in initial teacher education: a selection of conference papers presented at The 4th ESCalate ITE Conference, University of Cumbria, Carlisle Campus 16th May 2008. ESCalate, Bristol, UK, pp. 125-134.
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Temple, Sue (2014) Pupils developing their interpretations of the past. In: Cooper, Hilary, (ed.) Writing history 7-11: historical writing in different genres. Routledge, Taylor & Francis, Abingdon & New York, pp. 139-151.

Temple, Sue (2016) Using archives creatively. In: Cooper, Hilary, (ed.) Teaching history creatively, 2nd edition. Learning to Teach in the Primary School series . Routledge, London, UK, pp. 87-104.

Temple, Sue and Forrest, Bev (2018) An evaluation of the Quality Mark for History for primary schools in the UK. Education 3-13, 46 (6). pp. 661-670.
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Twiselton, Samantha (2003) Beyond the curriculum: learning to teach primary literacy. In: Bearne, Eve, Dombey, Henrietta and Grainger, Teresa, (eds.) Classroom interactions in literacy. Open University Press, Maidenhead, UK, pp. 63-74.

Twiselton, Samantha (2002) Beyond the curriculum: learning to teach primary literacy [thesis]. Doctoral thesis, University of Birmingham.
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Twiselton, Samantha (2007) Seeing the wood for the trees: learning to teach beyond the curriculum. How can student teachers be helped to see beyond the National Literacy Strategy? Cambridge Journal of Education, 37 (4). pp. 489-502.

Twiselton, Samantha (2006) The problem with English: the exploration and development of student teachers' English subject knowledge in primary classrooms. Literacy, 40 (2). pp. 88-96.

Twiselton, Samantha (2004) The role of teacher identities in learning to teach primary literacy. Educational Review, 56 (2). pp. 157-164.

Twiselton, Samantha and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally (2014) Developing your teaching. In: Cremin, Teresa and Arthur, James, (eds.) Learning to teach in the primary school, 3rd edition. Learning to Teach in the Primary School series . Routledge (Taylor & Francis), Abingdon, UK, pp. 98-113.

Twiselton, Samantha and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally (2018) Moving from novice towards expert teacher. In: Cremin, Teresa and Burnett, Cathy, (eds.) Learning to teach in the primary school, 4th edition. Learning to Teach in the Primary School Series . Routledge (Taylor & Francis), Abingdon, UK.
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Warner, Diane (2011) Shakespeare and racial diversity for primary children: exploring ways to develop student teacher confidence. Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal (TEAN), 2 (1).
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Warner, Diane and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally (2018) Race, culture and ethnicity teaching in post-European times. In: Cooper, Hilary and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally, (eds.) Professional studies in primary education, third edition. SAGE Publishing, London, UK, pp. 318-338.
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Warner, Diane and Elton-Chalcraft, Sally (2014) Race, culture and ethnicity: teachers and their pupils. In: Cooper, Hilary, (ed.) Professional studies in primary education, 2nd edition. SAGE Publications Ltd, London, UK, pp. 244-264.

Wilbraham, Susan and Caldwell, Elizabeth (2018) Children’s books are adding to science’s gender problem. The Conversation [website] .
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