Education 3-13: 40 Years of Research on Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education

Education 3-13: 40 Years of Research on Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education

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ISBN-13: 9781136156762
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 01/25/2013
Series: Education Heritage
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 354
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Michael Bottery is Professor of Education at the University of Hull. He is a member of the Board of Education 3–13.

Mark Brundrett is Professor of Education Research at Liverpool John Moores University and Editor of Education 3–13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education.

Neil Burton is a university lecturer and currently Chair of the Association for the Study of Primary Education (ASPE), as well as a member of the Board of Education 3–13.

Diane Duncan is a consultant and writer on Education and former Principal Lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire. She is Vice-Chair of the Association for the Study of Primary Education (ASPE) and a member of the Board of Education 3–13.

Peter Silcock is Professor of Education at the University of Hertfordshire. He is a former Chair of the Association for the Study of Primary Education (ASPE).

Rosemary Webb is Honorary Professor of Education at the University of Manchester. She is a former Chair of the Association for the Study of Primary Education (ASPE).

Wei Zhang is a Lecturer in Education at the University of Leicester and a member of the Board of Education 3–13.

Table of Contents

Introduction.  Part 1 - Learning and teaching (including psychology and philosophy of primary education)  Chapter 1: Discovery learning: a personal view, Education 3-13, 1, 1, 6-6 (1973).  Chapter 2: I suppose learning your tables could help you get a job – children’s views on the purpose of schools, Education 3-13, 14, 2, 41-46 (1986).  Chapter 3: ‘Memories are made of this’: some reflections on outdoor learning and recall, Education 3-13, 35, 4, 333-348 (2007).  Chapter 4: It is approaching breakfast and this is a campervan: weather, drawings and grandparenting in N.W. England, Education 3-13, 39, 2, 107-127 (2011).  Part 2: Key challenges in primary education (including changes to governance, educational management and leadership)  Chapter 5: Challenges to primary education, Education 3-13, 5: 2, 45-51 (1977).  Chapter 6: Delegation: Burden or empowerment? Education 3-13, 30: 3, 35-41 (2002).  Chapter 7: Planning for leadership succession: creating a talent pool in primary schools, Education 3-13, 34:3, 259-268 (2006).  Chapter 8: Every Child Matters: ‘tinkering’ or ‘reforming’—an analysis of the development of the Children Act (2004) from an educational perspective, Education 3-13, 35:3, 213-223 (2007).  Part 3: The primary curriculum: Maths, Science, IT and Technology Education  Chapter 9: Craft Design Technology in the primary school: Let's keep it primary, Education 3-13, 15:1, 11-20 (1987).  Chapter 10: Who is a scientist? Children's drawings reveal all, Education 3-13, 20:2, 30-32 (1992).  Chapter 11: Maths from a tube of smarties, Education 3-13, 23:1, 35-44 (1995).  Chapter 12: Planning to use ICT in schools? Education 3-13, 29:1, 9-17 (2001).  Chapter 13: ‘Science is not my thing’: primary teachers' concerns about challenging gifted pupils, Education 3-13, 34:1, 49-64 (2006).  Part 4: The primary curriculum: English, Humanities and the Arts  Chapter 14: Getting the message, Education 3-13, 5:2, 22-26 (1977).  Chapter 15: Teaching young children about the past, Education 3-13, 7:2, 42-47 (1979).  Chapter 16: The quality of writing 7 - 13, Education 3-13, 10:2, 10-35 (1982).  Chapter 17: The arts in the primary school: snapshots of practice, Education 3-13, 20:1, 23-29 (1992).  Chapter 18: Giants, good and bad: story at the heart of the curriculum at Key Stage 1, Education 3-13, 22:1, 44-54 (1994).  Chapter 19: Growing towards citizenship, Education 3-13, 26:3, 3-8 (1998).  Chapter 20: Picking a path through the phonics minefield, Education 3-13, 27:1, 12-21 (1999).  Chapter 21: Arts education in the 21st century - frill or fundamental? Editorial, 28: 2, 2-8 (2000).  Chapter 22: The National Literacy Strategy: missing a crucial link? A comparative study of the National Literacy Strategy and Success for all (SFA), Education 3-13, 34:1, 37-48 (2006).  Chapter 23: International perspectives on history education, Education 3-13, 38: 3, 219-223 (2010).  Part 5: Primary teachers’ work and professionalism  Chapter 24: The primary teacher as servant of the state, Education 3-13, 7:2, 18-23 (1979).  Chapter 25: Teachers studying classroom learning, Education 3-13, 10:2, 30-35 (1982).  Chapter 26: Educational reform and primary teachers’ work: Some sources of conflict, Education 3-13, 24:2, 13-22 (1996).  Chapter 27: Would schools improve if teachers cared less? Education 3-13, 25, 3, 11-22 (1997).  Chapter 28: Doing school differently: creative practitioners at work, Education 3-13, 35:1, 47-58 (2007).

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