Tuesday, 23 January 2018

FW: New OnlineFirst articles available for Management in Education

These new articles for Management in Education are available online

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What makes useful evidence for educational leadership practice? An interview

Eric Addae-Kyeremeh, Alison Fox
Management in Education
Jan 21, 2018
| OnlineFirst

 

Mixed methods research on the role of pupils as assessors in quality assurance of schools in Malta

Angele Pulis
Management in Education
Jan 17, 2018
| OnlineFirst

 

Reflections on this special issue from a professional perspective

Kieran McGrane, Stefan McElwee
Management in Education
Jan 18, 2018
| OnlineFirst

 

Researching reciprocal leadership: using the consciousness quotient inventory (CQ-i) as a pilot methodology to explore leadership with the context of a school–university partnership

Val Poultney, Jon Fordham
Management in Education
Jan 17, 2018
| OnlineFirst

Editorial

Exploring research methods for educational leadership

Victoria Showunmi, Alison Fox
Management in Education
Jan 21, 2018
| OnlineFirst

 

'I see what you mean': Using visual data collection methods to explore leadership curriculum planning

Anna Reid, René Koglbauer
Management in Education
Jan 17, 2018
| OnlineFirst

 

Video-enhanced lesson observation as a source of multiple modes of data for school leadership: A videographic approach

Elizabeth Hidson
Management in Education
Jan 17, 2018
| OnlineFirst

 

Giving voice to headteachers using interpretative phenomenological analysis-IPA: Learning from a Caribbean experience

Mishel P. Moriah
Management in Education
Jan 18, 2018
| OnlineFirst

 

Identifying the research process to analyse the adoption of the International Baccalaureate's Diploma Programme in England

Deborah Outhwaite
Management in Education
Jan 17, 2018
| OnlineFirst

 

The BELMAS leadership preparation and development research interest group

Deborah Outhwaite
Management in Education
Jan 17, 2018
| OnlineFirst


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Sunday, 21 January 2018

FW: Book Launch: Mass Intellectuality and Democratic Leadership in Higher Education - 2nd Feb, 4.30pm

 

Birmingham Autonomous University Collective are organising the following event (supported by MGSISRFWestmere UGS and CPT):

 

Mass Intellectuality and Democratic Leadership in Higher Education (edited by Prof. Richard Hall and Dr. Joss Winn)

 

Book launch

4.30 – 7.30pm, Friday 2nd February 2018

Dinner buffet will be provided between 6.30 – 7.30pm

Westmere House, University of Birmingham

Register here or by emailing us at bau.comms@outlook.com

 

This book critically analyses intellectual leadership in the university, exploring ongoing efforts from around the world to create alternative models for organising higher education and the production of knowledge. Its authors offer their experience and views from inside and beyond the structures of mainstream higher education, in order to reflect on efforts to create alternatives. The authors argue that mass higher education is at the point where it no longer reflects the needs, capacities and long term interests of global society. An alternative role and purpose is required, based upon 'mass intellectuality' or the real possibility of democracy in learning and the production of knowledge.

 

The event will be split into short interactive sessions.

Richard Hall and Joss Winn (the editors) will introduce the book at large, followed by a short discussion. Then, chapter authors Joyce Canaan, Tom Henfrey, and Jenny Pearce will deliver short presentations.

The second half of the event will involve a workshop inspired by Gordon Asher's reflective piece at the end of the book. Small group discussions will be facilitated by BAU members.

 

Spaces are limited - if you cannot attend anymore, please let us know.

 

To access the ebook, please click here.

To visit the book's page on Bloomsbury's website, please click here.

 


All best wishes,

Ioana

Birmingham Autonomous University Collective member

Friday, 19 January 2018

FW: Studies in Higher Education, Volume 43, Issue 2, February 2018 is now available online on Taylor & Francis Online

 

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Studies in Higher Education, Volume 43, Issue 2, February 2018 is now available online on Taylor & Francis Online.



This new issue contains the following articles:

 

 

Articles

Academic leadership: management of groups or leadership of teams? A multiple-case study on designing and implementing a team-based development programme for academic leadership
Teresa Söderhjelm, Christina Björklund, Christer Sandahl & Klara Bolander-Laksov
Pages: 201-216 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1160277

 

Examining the effect of time constraint on the online mastery learning approach towards improving postgraduate students' achievement
Mong Shan Ee, William Yeoh, Yee Ling Boo & Terry Boulter
Pages: 217-233 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1161611

 

Academic identity reconstruction: the transition of engineering academics to engineering education researchers
Anne Gardner & Keith Willey
Pages: 234-250 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1162779

 

Out of sight, out of mind: psychological consequences of attachment and adjustment attitude
Azadeh Shafaei, Mehran Nejati & Nordin Abd Razak
Pages: 251-268 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1162780

 

Personal values, social capital, and higher education student career decidedness: a new 'protean'-informed model
Colm Fearon, Stefanos Nachmias, Heather McLaughlin & Stephen Jackson
Pages: 269-291 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1162781

 

Bringing relevance to eLearning – a gender perspective
Ann Wallace & Niki Panteli
Pages: 292-304 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1166483

 

Academic sensemaking and behavioural responses – exploring how academics perceive and respond to identity threats in times of turmoil
Lise Degn
Pages: 305-321 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1168796

 

Public/private in higher education: a synthesis of economic and political approaches
Simon Marginson
Pages: 322-337 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1168797

 

Does expanding higher education reduce income inequality in emerging economy? Evidence from Pakistan
Wasim Qazi, Syed Ali Raza, Syed Tehseen Jawaid & Mohd Zaini Abd Karim
Pages: 338-358 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1172305

 

Measuring and monitoring conceptions of research
Ran Zhang, Wichard Zwaal & Hans Otting
Pages: 359-374 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1172306

 

Which mechanisms explain monetary returns to international student mobility?
Fabian Kratz & Nicolai Netz
Pages: 375-400 | DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2016.1172307

 

 

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Monday, 8 January 2018

FW: LJMU: Innovations in Practice

 

Dear Colleagues

 

The latest issue of Innovations in Practice was released last month.  The issue’s research papers include a diverse range of topics, including papers on the scale and scope of institutional (‘in-house’ produced) higher education journals in the UK, work placements and student learning, creative arts internships and the labyrinth in HE.

 

Innovations in Practice, Volume 11, No. 2 - http://openjournals.ljmu.ac.uk/index.php/iip/issue/view/39

 

The journal is LJMU’s in-house peer-reviewed journal on pedagogical and education research, which was re-launched in 2016 as a way of encouraging early career staff and students, who are new to writing and higher education and pedagogical research, to publish.

 

The journal is still, very much, a work in progress and any feedback (including any tips) would be really welcomed!

 

Please direct any comments to Virendra Mistry, (Editor, Innovations in Practice), at v.mistry@ljmu.ac.uk

 

Thank you

 

Rachel

Liverpool John Moores University

Rachel Boulter
Academic Professional Development Officer
Teaching and Learning Academy
Exchange Station, Tithebarn St, Liverpool, L2 2QP
t: 01512318666 e:
R.M.Boulter@ljmu.ac.uk

 

 

 


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