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Clark, J. and Hall, I. (2011) Breaking the Cycle of Offending: An evaluation of the Engage Programme. Newcastle: Newcastle University. Download here.
Clark, J. and Hall I. (2011) The Skype Grannies Final Report. Newcastle upon Tyne: Newcastle University. Download here.
Cummings, C., Dyson A. and Todd, L. (2011) Beyond the school gates; can full service and extended schools overcome disadvantage?. London: Routledge.
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Florian L, and Todd, L. (2011) Methodology, Policy and Practice: Dizzy Development, but for how long?. Research Intelligence, Summer 2011(115), 12-13.
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Gibbs, S. (2011) Self efficacy and resilience in teachers, Debate, 140, 13-16.
Gibbs, S. and Powell, B. (2011) 'Teacher efficacy and pupil behaviour: The structure of teachers’ individual and collective beliefs and their relationship with numbers of pupils excluded from school', British Journal of Educational Psychology, forthcoming. Download here.
Hill, A., Cooper, M., Pybis, J., Cromarty, K., Pattison S., Spong, S., Dowd, C., Leahy, C., Couchman, A., Rogers, J., Smith, K. and Maybanks, N. (2011) Evaluation of the Welsh School-based Counselling Strategy: Final Report, Welsh Government Social Research, Number: 23/2011. Download the full report here or the Executive Summary here.
Hennebry, M. (2011) 'Modern foreign language learning and European citizenship in the Irish context'. In Irish Educational Studiesissue, Issue 30, Volume 1, for publication in March 2011.
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Li, L. and Walsh, S. (2011) 'Technology uptake in Chinese EFL classes'. In Language Teaching Research 15(1), p. 99-125.
Lofthouse, R. (2011) Is this big enough? Using 'big geographical questions' to develop subject pedagogy, Teaching Geography, Volume 36, Issue 1, 20-21.
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MacKay, T. & Gibbs,S. (2011) Editorial: Educational and Child Psychology,28(4): ‘Health and educational psychology: The interface.’
Mazzoli Smith L, (2011) Eyre D. Survey of Overseas Gifted Education Centres (Identification and Programmes). Oxford: Nord Anglia Education Ltd.
McCarter, S. and Woolner, P. (2011) How listening to student voice can enable teachers to reflect on and adjust their use of physical space. Educational and Child Psychology, 28(1), 20-32.
Milne D., Pattison S., Sheikh A. and Wilkinson A. (2011) 'Evidence-Based Training for Clinical Supervisors: A Systematic Review of 11 Controlled Studies', The Clinical Supervisor: An interdisciplinary journal of theory, research, and practice, Vol. 30(01).
Pattison, S., Robson M., Hunt K. and Dacre, V. (2011) Evaluation of the Welsh schoolbased counselling primary pilot: Final Report. Commissioned by Wrexham Local Authority on behalf of the Welsh Government. Download here.
Robson, S. (2011) 'Internationalization: a transformative agenda for higher education?', Teachers and Teaching, 17:6, 619-630. Download here.
Todd, L. (2011) (Book review) Improving inter-professional collaborations: multi-agency working for children's wellbeing. International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 34(1), 111-113.
Todd, L. (2011) 'Multi-Agency Working and Children and Young People with Disabilities: from What Works to active becoming’ In Ruebain, D. and Haines, S. Eds (2011) Education, Disability and Social Policy, London, Policy Press.
Todd, L. and Nind, M. (2011) (Editorial) Giving voice in educational research, International Journal of Research and Method in Education 2011, 34(2), 115-116.
Woolner, P. (2011) Creating individualised optimal learning environments through participatory design. Educational and Child Psychology, 28(1), 9-19.
Wright, D. and Woolner, P. (2011) What are the significant factors which support the integration of ICT in the mathematics classroom?. In: Oldknow, A; Knights, C, (eds.) Mathematics Education with Digital Technology. Continuum Publishing Corporation.
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Carpenter, H., Cummings, C., Hall, I., Laing, K. , Norden, O., Peters, M., and Todd, L. (2010) Extended Schools Subsidy Pathfinder Evaluation. Final Report. DCSF Research Report RR132, London, DCSF.
Carpenter, H., Peters, M., Norden, O., Cummings, C., Hall, I., Laing, K., Todd, L. and Davies, P. (2010) Extended Schools Subsidy Pathfinder Evaluation. Final Report. DCSF Research Report RR042, London, DCSF. Download here.
Carpenter, H., Peters, M., Oseman, D., Papps, I., Dyson, A., Jones, L., Cummings, C., Laing, K. and Todd, L. (2010) Extended Services Evaluation: End of first year report (DfE). Download here.
Clark, J. and Hall, I. (2010) Exploring Transition: The Experiences Of Students At Newcastle University In Their First Year. Newcastle University: Newcastle. Download here.
Cooper, M., Rowland, N., McArthur, K., Pattison S., Cromarty, K. and Richards, K. (2010) Randomised controlled trial of school-based humanistic counselling for emotional distress in young people: Feasibility study and preliminary indications of efficacy, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, vol. 4(12), p. 1-12. Download here.
Cummings, C., Dyson, A., Jones. L, Laing, K. Scott, K. and Todd, L. (2010) Extended Services Evaluation. Reaching Disadvantaged Groups and Individuals. Thematic Review DCSF Research Report RR196, London, DCSF. Download here.
Cummings, C., Dyson A., Jones, L. Laing, K., Scott, K. and Todd, L. (2010) Thematic Review: Reaching Disadvantaged Groups and Individuals, DCSF Research report RR196 (DCSF). Download here.
Dyson A. and Todd, L. (2010) Dealing with Complexity: Theory of Change Evaluation and the Full Service Extended Schools Initiative. International Journal of Research and Method in Education 2010, 33(2), 119-134.
Gibbs, S. and Elliott, J.G. (2010) 'Dyslexia: A categorical falsehood without validity or utility'. In: Advances in Learning and Behavioural Disabilities, vol 23, 287–301. Download here.
Hall, E, Wall, K., Higgins, S., Stephens, L., Pooley, I. and Welham, J. (2010) ‘Learning to Learn with parents: lessons from two research projects’ in Campbell, A. and Groundwater-Smith, S. (Eds.) Action Research in Education. London: Sage.
Humphrey R. (2010) ‘The Thesis in the Social Sciences’. European Universities Association - European Council for Doctoral Education News, Spring, 6-7.
Jones. H. (2010) 'National Curriculum tests and the teaching of thinking skills at primary schools - parallel or paradox?' Education 3-13, Volume 38, (1), p 69-86. Download here.
Kennedy, H., Landor, M. and Todd, L. (2010) 'Video Interaction Guidance as a method to promote secure attachment'. Journal of Educational and Child Psychology, vol 27( 3), p. 59-72.
Laing, K. and Wilson, G. (2010) Understanding Child Contact Cases in Scottish Sheriff Courts (Scottish Government). Download here.
Lofthouse R. and Birmingham, P. (2010) The camera in the classroom: video-recording as a tool for professional development of student teachers, TEAN Journal, vol 1(2). Available here.
Lofthouse R,, Leat, D., and Towler, C. (2010) Coaching for teaching and learning: a practical guide for schools. CfBT Education Trust. Download here.
Lofthouse R., Leat, D., Towler, C., Hall, E, and Cummings, C. (2010) Improving coaching: evolution not revolution. CfBT Education Trust. Download here.
McGrane, J. & Lofthouse R. (2010) Developing Outstanding Teaching and Learning: Creating a culture of professional development to improve outcomes, Optimus Education. For more information, click here.
Melville, A. and Laing, K. (2010) Closing the gate: family lawyers as gatekeepers to a holistic service. International Journal of Law in Context, vol. 6(2) p. 167–189. Download here.
Morrall, P., Marshall, P., Pattison S. and MacDonald, G. (2010). Crime and health: a preliminary study into the effects of crime on the mental health of UK university students. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, no. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2850.2010.01594.x. Download here.
Pattison S. (2010) Reaching out: a proactive process to include young people with learning disabilities in counselling in secondary schools in the UK, British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, vol. 38( 3), August 2010, p. 301-311. Download here.
Simpson, R. and Humphrey R. (2010) ‘Writing across Boundaries: Reflections on the Place of Writing in Doctoral Research Training for Social Scientists’. Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences 2010, 3(1), 69-91.
Todd, L. (2010) Multi-Agency Working And Children And Young People With Disabilities: From ‘What Works’ To ‘Active Becoming’. In: Ruebain, D; Haines, S, (ed). Education, Disability and Social Policy. London:Policy Press.
Walker, J., WIlson, G., Laing, K. and Pennington, M. (2010) Care Matters: Budget holding lead professionals (BHLPs) with Looked After Children in England. Research Report RR225, London, DCSF. Download here.
Walker, J., Thompson, C., Wilson, G. and Laing, K. (2010) Family Group Conferencing in Youth Inclusion and Support Panels: Empowering Families and Preventing Crime and Antisocial Behaviour? (Youth Justice Board). Download here.
Wall, K., Hall, E,, Baumfield, V., Higgins, S., Rafferty, V., Remedios, R., Thomas, U., Tiplady, L., Towler, C. and Woolner, P. (2010) Learning to Learn in Schools Phase 4 and Learning to Learn in Further Education, Campaign for Learning: London. Download here.
Woolner, P. (2010) The Design of Learning Spaces. London: Continuum, ISBN: 9781855397743. For further information, click here.
Woolner, P., Clark, J., Hall, E., Tiplady, L, Thomas, U. and Wall, K. (2010) Pictures are necessary but not sufficient: using a range of visual methods to engage users about school design. Learning Environments Research: An International Journal. 13(1): 1-22. Download here.
Woolner, P., and Hall, E. (2010) Noise in Schools: A Holistic Approach to the Issue in: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 7(8), 3255-3269. Download here.
Wright, D. (2010) Orchestrating the Instruments: Integrating ICT in the mathematics classroom through handheld technology networks In: Technology, Pedagogy and Education, 19(2), Themed Issue: "Research into Teaching with Whole-class Interactive Technologies". Download here.
Baumfield, V, Hall, E, Higgins, S. and Wall, K. (2009) Catalytic Tools: understanding the interaction of enquiry and feedback in teachers’ learning. European Journal of Teacher Education, Vol. 32, No. 4, November, 423–435. Download here.
Briggs, A R J , Clark, J.,and Hall, I. (2009) Bridging the Gap: transition from school and college to University. Newcastle University: Research Centre for Learning & Teaching, 62 pages. Download here.
Carpenter, H., Cummings, C., Norden, O., Peters, M. and Todd, L. (2009) Extended Schools Subsidy Pathfinder Evaluation. Interim Report. DCSF Research Report RR132, London, DCSF.
Clark, J., Woolner, P. and Thomas, U. (2009) Exploring Well-being in Schools: The positive Psychology Programme. Newcastle University: Research Centre for Learning & Teaching, 60 pages.
Hall, E. (2009) Engaging in and engaging with research: teacher enquiry and development in: Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, Volume 15, Number 6, December. Download here.
Elliott, J.G. & Gibbs, S. (2009) Does dyslexia exist? In R. Cigman & A. Davis, New Philosophies of Learning (Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell), pp 115-130. ISBN: 978-1-4051-9564-5. For more information, click here.
Gale I, and Gibbs, S. (Eds). (2009) Children with severe, complex and enduring needs. Leicester: BPS/DECP, 2009.
Gibbs, S. & Gale, I. (2009) Editorial: Educational and Child Psychology, 26(4): 'Children with severe, complex and enduring needs'.
Gorard, S., Lumby, J., Briggs, A R J , Morrison, M., Hall, I. , Maringe, F. Huat See, B., Shaheen, R. and Wright, S. (2009) 14-19 reforms: QCA Centre Research Study, commentary on the baseline of evidence 2007-2008.
Kharrufa AS, Olivier P, Leat, D. (2009) 'Digital Mysteries: Designing for Learning at the Tabletop'. Newcastle upon Tyne: School of Computing Science, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 2009. School of Computing Science Technical Report Series 1171.
Mc Shane, J., Bettencourt, M. and Hall, I. (2009) 'The perception of young people in care of themselves as learners and their aspirations for the future'. Final Report to the Catherine Cookson Foundation. Newcastle University: Research Centre for Learning & Teaching, 35 pages. Download here.
Pattison, S., (2009) Counseling in Schools (Editorial) Journal of Psychology and Counseling, Vol. 1(4) June. Download here.
Pattison S. and Corr A. (2009) An Evaluation of School Counselling in the Gambia. UK, Lutterworth: British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, 2009.
Pattison, S., Rowland, N., Richards, K., Cromarty, K., Jenkins, P. & Polat, F. (2009) School counselling in Wales: Recommendations for good practice. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, September 2009; 9(3): 169-173. Download here.
Peters, M., Carpenter, H., Norden, O., Todd, L. and Cummings, C. (2009) Extended Schools Subsidy Pathfinder Evaluation: Interim Report, Research report RR132 (DCSF). Download here.
Skelton, C.; Carrington, B.; Francis, B.; Hutchings, M.; Read, B. and Hall, I. (2009) Gender ‘matters’ in the primary classroom: pupils' and teachers' perspectives, British Educational Research Journal, Volume 35, Issue 2, April 2009 Pages 187 - 204. Download here.
Todd, L. (2009) A response to Billington: Liz Todd. Psychology of Education Review 2009, 33(2), 21-23.
Turner, Y. and Robson, S. (2009) 'Conceptions of internationalization and their implications for academic engagement and institutional action: a preliminary case study' in T. Coverdale-Jones (Ed) Internationalizing the University: the Chinese Context, Palgrave McMillan.
Walker, J., Donaldson, C., Pennington, M., Laing, K. , Dickinson, H., Wilson, G., Thompson, C., Procter, S., Bradley, D., Coombes, M. and Gray, J. (2009) Evaluating Budget-holding in Lead Professionals Within Multi-agency Children’s Services in England (DCSF). Download here.
Wall, K. and Hall, E. (2009) Developing New Understandings of Learning to Learn. Research Matters: The Research Publication of the International Network for School Improvement, Summer 09(33).
Wall, K., Higgins, S., Glasner, E., Mahmout, U. and Gormally, J. (2009) Teacher Enquiry as a Tool for Professional Development: Investigating Pupils' Effective Talk While Learning, Australian Educational Researcher, Volume 36, No 2. Download here.
Baumfield, V., Hall, E. and Wall, K. (2008) Action Research in the Classroom. Sage Publications, ISBN: 9781412930406. For more information, click here.
Bourke, R., Mentis, M., Poskitt, J. and Todd, L. (2008) Research and Evaluation of Narrative Assessment and Curriculum Exemplars for Students with Special Educational Needs. Milestone 2. Massey University, Centre for Educational Development.
Briggs, A R J (2008) Modelling complexity: making sense of leadership issues in 14-19 education. Management in Education, 22 (2) 17-23. Download here.
Clark, J. and Hall, E. (2008) Will the lessons be learned? Reflections on Local Authority evaluations and the use of research evidence, Evidence and Policy, Vol 4 (2). Download here.
Clark, J., Thomas, U., Cummings, C., Briggs, A R J and Hall, I. (2008) Emerging insights into NEET preventative work across Tyne and Wear: flexible Curriculum 2 (FCP2) 14-19 Progression and Employability. Research Centre for Learning and Teaching: Newcastle University. Download here.
Duff, F.J., Fieldsend, E., Bowyer-Crane, C., Hulme, C., Smith, G., Gibbs, S. & Snowling (2008) Reading with Vocabulary Intervention: Evaluation of an Instruction for Children with Poor Response to Reading Intervention. Journal of Research in Reading, 31(3), 319-336.
Elliott, J.G. & Gibbs, S. (2008) ‘Does Dyslexia Exist?’ Journal of Philosophy of Education, Vol. 42, No. 3-4, 475-491. Download here.
Francis, B., Skelton, C., Carrington, B. Hutchings, M., Read, B. and Hall, I. (2008) A perfect match? Pupils’ and teachers’ views of the impact of matching educators and learners by gender. In Research Papers in Education, Vol. 23 (1), p. 21-36. Download here.
Freedman, E., Bedward, J., Hazlehurst, S., Piper, H., Taylor, C., Clark, J., Goode, J., and Johnston, B. (2008) The 2008 BERA Charter for Research Staff: promoting quality conditions for conducting quality research. Cheshire: BERA. Download here.
Gibbs, S. (2008) Teachers’ beliefs about inclusion. Action for Inclusion, 26, 14-16
Gibbs, S. & Gardiner, M. (2008) The structure of primary and secondary teachers’ attributions for pupils’ misbehaviour: a preliminary cross-phase and cross-cultural investigationEnglish and Irish Teachers’ Attributions for Misbehaviour: A preliminary cross-phase and cross-cultural investigation. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, 8(2), 68-77. Download here.
Hutchings, M; Carrington B; Francis, B; Skelton,C; Read, B; Hall, I. (2008) Nice and kind, smart and funny: what children like and want to emulate in their teachers. Oxford Review of Education, 34(2), 135 - 157. Download here.
Jones. H. (2008) Thoughts on teaching thinking: perceptions of practitioners with a shared culture of thinking skills education, Curriculum Journal, Volume 19, Issue 4 December, pages 309 - 324. Download here.
Kahn P, Wareham T, Young RG, Willis I, Pilkington R. (2008) Exploring a practitioner-based interpretive approach to reviewing research literature. International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 31(2), 169-180.
Kahn P, Young RG, Grace S, Pilkington R, Rush L, Tomkinson B, Willis I. (2008) Theory and legitimacy in professional education: a practitioner review of reflective processes within programmes for new academic staff. International Journal for Academic Development, 13(3), 161-173.
Mroz, M. & Letts, C. (2008) Interview stories: Early years practitioners' experiences with children with speech, language and communication needs. In: Child Language Teaching and Therapy, 24(1). Download here.
Simpson, R. and Humphrey R. (2008) ‘Writing across boundaries: Explorations in research, writing and rhetoric in qualitative research’, Qualiti, Issue 8 June 2008, 10-12. Download here.
Sykes, G., Todd, L., Carson, S., Dhir, G,. and Gilbert,. S. (2008) Clarifying and developing the role of the EP in relation to all aspects of Parent and Carer Partnership, Advocacy and Training. Executive Summary, DECP Parent Partnership Working Party Report. Leicester: British Psychological Society.
Turner, Y. and Robson, S. (2008) 'Internationalizing the University', Continuum Press, ISBN: 9780826497833. For more information, click here.
Wall, K. (2008) Understanding Metacognition through the use of Pupil Views Templates: Pupil Views of Learning to Learn, Thinking Skills and Creativity, 3: 23-33. Download here.
Wright, D. and Taverner, S.(2008): “Thinking through Mathematics”, Chris Kington, London, ISBN: 978-1-899857-49-4. For more information, click here.