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Reading review: bibliography

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Ball, S. J. (1995)

“Intellectuals or Technicians? The Urgent Role of Theory in Educational

Studies,” British Journal of Educational Studies, 43, pp. 255-271.

Danvers, J. (2003)

Towards a Radical Pedagogy: Provisional Notes on Learning and Teaching in Art and Design.

Davenport, J. (1987)

“Is there a way out of the andragogy morass?” in M. Thorpe, R. Edwards & A. Hanson (Eds). Culture and Processes of Adult Learning. (London, Routledge).

Elliott, J. G., Gibbs, S. (2008)

“Does Dyslexia Exist?,” Journal of Philosophy of Education, 42 (3-4), pp. 475-491.

Marton, F. & Saljo, R. ([1984, 1997) “Approaches to Learning” in F. Marton, D. Hounsell & N. Entwistle (Eds) The Experience of Learning. (Edinburgh, Scottish Academic Press).

Moorhead, J. (2005)

“Is dyslexia just a myth?,” Guardian Unlimited, 7th September.

Ramsden, P. (1992)

Learning to Teach in Higher Education, (London, Routledge).

Shreeve, A. (2005)

“Eliding Activity Systems: Conceptualising the Role of Part Time Tutors in Art and Design,” Manchester, Manchester University.

Thomas. G. (2002)

“Theory’s Spell: on qualitative inquiry and educational research,”

British Educational Research Journal, pp. 28, 3, 419-434.

Trowler, P.  (2005)

“A Sociology of Teaching, Learning and Enhancement: Improving Practices,” Higher Education, pp. 21-22.

Webb, G. (1997)

Deconstructing deep and surface: towards a critique of phenomenography,” Higher Education, pp. 33, 195–212.


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Ceramic artist, educator

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