Out now! The 3 rd edition of Stephen J. Ball’s The education debate Education policy is hard to keep track of... a problem that this book solves. In this updated edition, Ball examines new areas of focus, including the increased interest of business in education and the impact of austerity and precarity. More info here . See below for all of latest titles in Education. To browse the full list, please see our subject page . Don’t forget to sign up to our monthly newsletter for 35% discount on all books bought at www.policypress.co.uk . New and recent titles in Education from Policy Press The education debate By Stephen J. Ball "This brilliant book should be be compulsory reading for all sociologists of education everywhere, and for all those interested in education." Bob Lingard, University of Queensland More ... Education policy and racial biopolitics in multicultural cities By Kalervo N. Gulson and P. T
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PESTLHE - Practice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education has just published its latest issue
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Vol 12, No 3 (2017) : "Table of Contents Enhancing Student Learning Through Innovative Scholarship (ESLTIS16) - Conference Special Issue Guest Editorial - Special Issue: ELSTIS16 Sam Joffre Nolan, Abel Nyamapfene PDF 444-445 ‘Find the Gap’: can a multidisciplinary group of university teachers influence leaning and teaching practice? Joy Jarvis, Rebecca Thomas, Tony Rosella, Jayne Smith, Sue Nimmo, Julia Hodgkinson, Lesley Glass, Karen Clark, Janet Barlow, Thomas Baker PDF 446-464 Realising the potential of sessional staff as educational scholars. Jane Southall PDF 465-483 Teaching less popular modules, putting ideas into practice Philip Warwick PDF 484-493 Assessing Final-Year Practical Work Through Group Projects Philippa Cranwell, Elizabeth M Page, Adam M Squires PDF 494-504 Enhancing graduate attributes and employability through initiatives with external partners Simon O'Leary" Vol 12, No 3 (2017) 'via Blog this'
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Following publication of the Special TEF edition of Compass: Journal of Learning and Teaching , we announce the call for papers for a special technology enhanced learning focused edition of the journal. Compass is a peer-reviewed journal that welcomes articles, case studies, opinion pieces, reflective pieces, video pieces and reviews relating to learning, teaching, assessment, and wider student experience within higher education. This special edition connects these central topics to technology enhanced learning and how it informs our practice. This special issue invites papers from a wide range of areas that focus on practice, including, but not limited to innovative teaching and assessment, learning design, open educational practice, changing role of the teacher, student success and retention, employability, analytics, neuroscience, and student engagement. It is our aim that Compass will inspire, educate, amuse, and generally engage its readership. For this special