chapters

chapters in books

 

Understanding the Construction of Identities by Young New Europeans: Kaleidoscopic Identities

 

Routledge 2015

 

 

Equalities and Education in Europe: Explanations and Excuses for Inequality

 

(with Melinda Dooly,and Nanny Hartsmar)

Cambridge Scholars 2012

 

 

 

Future Citizens: 21st century challenges for young people

 

(edited with B Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz and A Zalewska) Krakow: Impuls 2010

 

 

 

What’s fair? Young Europeans’ constructions of equity, altruism and self-interest

 

(edited with M Dooly)

Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona Press 2010

 

 

 

A European Education

 

Trentham Press 2008

 

 

 

 

Teachers’ and Pupils’ Constructions of Competition and Cooperation: A three country study of Slovenia, Hungary and England

 

(with Marta Fűlőp and Marajanca Pergar Kuščer)

University of Ljubljana Press 2006

 

Higher Education and Social Class: Issues of exclusion and inclusion

 

(ed with Louise Archer and Merryn Hutchings)

RoutledgeFalmer 2003

 

 

 

 

The Crisis in Teacher Supply: Research and strategies for retention

 

(ed with Ian Menter and Merryn Hutchings)

Trentham Press 2002

 

Curriculum: Construction and Critique

 

Falmer 2000

 

2016

 

(2016) 'Us vs. Them' - Constructing mindsets in Citizenship Education: A European Survey. in Beyond Us versus Them: Citizenship Education with hard to reach learners in Europe. Michalis Kakos, Chrisoph Müller-Hofstede and Alsitair Ross (eds). Bonn: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, pp 259 - 281

 

(2016) Introduction (with Michalis Kakos, Chrisoph Müller-Hofstede), in Beyond Us versus Them: Citizenship Education with hard to reach learners in Europe. Michalis Kakos, Chrisoph Müller-Hofstede and Alsitair Ross (eds). Bonn: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, pp 9 - 32

 

(2016) The European Union and its Member States, in Education, Globaliszation and the Nation. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. (co-authored with King Man Chong, Ian Davies, Terrie Epstein, Carla L Peck, Andrew Peterson, Maria Auxilidora Schmidt, Alan Sears and Debbie Soon)

pp 145 - 169.

 

2015

 

(2015) Progressive Education: The Present – Participation and Citizenship (with Jeanne Connell), in Eryaman, M and Bruce, B. (eds.) International Handbook of Progressive Education. New York/Bern: Peter Lang

 

2014

 

(2014) Intersecting identities: young people’s constructions of identity in south-east Europe, in Uvanney Maylor and Kalwant Bohpal (eds) Educational Inequalities: Difference and Diversity in Schools and Higher Education. London: Routledge

 

2013

 

(2013) Inclusion for Growth: The Role of Education and Training, in Sustainable Growth in the European Union. Brussels: European Commission, pp 127 - 131

 

(2013) Identities and Diversities among Young Europeans: Some examples from the eastern borders. In Gonsalves, S. and Carpenter, M. (eds) Diversity, Intercultural Encounters and Education. London: Routledge, pp 141-163

 

(2013) Att vara ung medborgare I Europa I dag: Vad innebär aktiv medborgarskap? In Hartsmar, N. and Liiljefors-Persson, B. (red) Medborgerling bildning: Demokrati och inkludering för ett Hällbart samhälle. Lund: Studentlitteratur 65-86

 

(2013) Intersecting identities: young people’s constructions of identity in south-east Europe London: Cice: Proceedings of the 15th CiCe Annual Conference (2013) (publication awaited)

2012

 

(2012) with Issa, T., Philippou, S. & Aðalbjarnardóttir, S. (2012) Moving borders, crossing boundaries: young people’s identities in a time of change 3: constructing identities in European islands - Cyprus and Iceland in P. Cunningham & N. Fretwell (eds.) Creating Communities: Local, National and Global. London: CiCe https://metranet.londonmet.ac.uk/fms/MRSite/Research/cice/pubs/2012/2012_480.pdf

 

(2012) Recruiting and supporting teachers from diverse backgrounds. In Gonsalves, S. and Carpenter, M. (eds) Intercultural Policies and Education. Bern: Peter Lang. pp 15-38

 

(2012) The Citizenship Agenda. In Cowan, P. and Maitles, H. (eds) Teaching Controversial Issues in the Classroom. London: Continuum, pp 35-56

 

2011

 

(2011) Border Crossings: Young Peoples’ Identities in a Time of Change in Claudiu Mesaroş (editor) Knowledge Communication: Transparency, Democracy, Global Governance. Timisoara: West University of Timisoara, pp 65-82

 

(2011) Moving borders, crossing boundaries: Young peoples’ identities in a time of change 2 - Central Europe: Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia (2011) in P. Cunningham & N. Fretwell, Europe's Future: Citizenship in a Changing World: London: CiCe https://metranet.londonmet.ac.uk/fms/MRSite/Research/cice/pubs/2011/2011_130.pdf

 

2010

 

(2010) Border Crossings: Young Peoples’ Identities in a Time of Change 1 - The Baltic States and Turkey (2010) in P. Cunningham & N. Fretwell (eds), Lifelong Learning and Active Citizenship. London: CiCe https://metranet.londonmet.ac.uk/fms/MRSite/Research/cice/pubs/2010/2010_189.pdf

 

(2010) Young people’s understanding of equity and fairness (Ross and Dooly) in What’s fair? Young Europeans’ constructions of equity, altruism and self-interest (ed M Dooly and A Ross), Barcelona: Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona Press

 

(2010) Playing the Ultimatum Game with young people in Poland, Spain, Turkey and the UK in What’s fair? Young Europeans’ constructions of equity, altruism and self-interest (ed M Dooly and A Ross), Barcelona: Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona Press

 

(2010) An overview of the findings: what they did, and why they said they did this in What’s fair? Young Europeans’ constructions of equity, altruism and self-interest (ed M Dooly and A Ross), Barcelona: Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona Press

 

(2010) Some conclusions, some reflections, and some potential developments (Ross and Dooly) in What’s fair? Young Europeans’ constructions of equity, altruism and self-interest (ed M Dooly and A Ross), Barcelona: Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona Press

 

(2010) Introduction (Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, Zalewska and Ross) in Future Citizens: 21st century challenges for young people (ed B Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, A Zalewska and A Ross), Krakow: Impuls

(2010) Hopes and Fears for the future, in Future Citizens: 21st century challenges for young people (ed B Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, A Zalewska and A Ross), Krakow: Impuls

 

(2010) Agendas of aspiration and apprehension: what we need to investigate next, in Future Citizens: 21st century challenges for young people (ed B Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, A Zalewska and A Ross), Krakow: Impuls

 

(2010) Where do young people get information from on social issues? in Future Citizens: 21st century challenges for young people (ed B Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, A Zalewska and A Ross), Krakow: Impuls

 

(2010) Political understanding, participation and action (Ross and Dooly) in Future Citizens: 21st century challenges for young people (ed B Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, A Zalewska and A Ross), Krakow: Impuls

 

(2010) Young people’s identities in a time of change: the Baltic States and Turkey. in Cunningham, P. and Fretwell, N. (2010) Lifelong Learning and Active Citizenship. London: CiCe pp 189 - 201

 

(2010) The seven ages of life-long learning for citizenship. in Cunningham, P. and Fretwell, N. (2010) Lifelong Learning and Active Citizenship. London: CiCe pp 1 – 10

 

(2010) Citizenship, Cooperation and Social Action, in Their hopes, fears and reality: Working with children and youth for the future, M. Dooly (ed.). Bern: Peter Lang, pp 140 -171

(2010) Human Rights and Education for Citizenship, Society and Identity: Europe and Its Regions, in Mohana Krishna, P. (ed.) Education – A Rights Approach (2010). Hyderabad: Icfai University Press, pp 141-156

 

2009

 

(2009) (with Holden, C.) ‘I like to be fair – it’s grown up’ English young people playing the Ultimatum game. In Cunningham, P. (ed) Human Rights and Citizenship Education. London: CiCe pp 38 – 55

(2009) Pueri Economicus: A study of the pro-social behaviour of young children in an economic setting: a cross-cultural study. In Cunningham, P. (ed) Human Rights and Citizenship Education. London: CiCe p 33 -37

(2009) Teaching as a Political Activity – the Teacher as a political actor . In Cunningham, P. (ed) Human Rights and Citizenship Education. London: CiCe pp 1 – 11

 

2008

 

(2008) ‘Organising a curriculum for active citizenship education’, in Arthur, J., Davies, I., Hahn, C. (eds) The SAGE Handbook of Education for Citizenship and Democracy. London: Sage

 

(2008) The Images of Europe: The Social Dimension, in Isaacs, K. (ed) Images of Europe from Within and Beyond – Perspectives from the European Archipelago of Humanistic Arts and Sciences. Pp 38 – 43. Pisa: University of Pisa

 

(2008) Education for citizenship, society and identity: Europe and its regions. Livro de Actas: Educação para a cidadania: Conferência Ibérica. (ed F de Sousa and C Carvalho. Lisboa: Centro de Ivestigação em Educação, Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa. pp 1 – 10

 

(2008) Constructing European Identities. In Ross A and Cunningham P (ed) Reflecting on Identities: Research, Practice and Innovation. London: CiCe pp 1 – 18

 

(2008) Education for citizenship, society and identity: Europe and its regions. Proceedings: South European and Mediterranean Conference on Citizenship Education, 13-14 April 2007. pp 2 - 18 Patras: University of Patras

 

2007

 

(2007) Fülöp, M., Ross, A., Pergar Kuscer, M., Razdevsek Pucko, C. (2007) Competition and cooperation in schools. An English, Hungarian and Slovenian comparison. In F.Salili., R.Hoosain (Eds), Research in Multicultural Education and International Perspective, Vol 6: Culture, Motivation and Learning: A Multicultural Perspective. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing. 235-284 ISBN:978-1-59311-699-6

 

(2007) ‘Education for citizenship , society and identity: Europe and its regions’, in Kovalčíkivá, I. (ed) Children’s Identity and Citizenship in the Visegrad context. pp 11 – 22. Prešov: Prešov University Press

 

(2007) ‘Active Citizenship and Identities’, in (ed) Citizenship Education in Society. pp 1 – 12. London, CiCe

 

2006

 

(2006) Dilemmas and challenge in education for the rights and duties of citizenship in H. Van Breuggen (ed) European Network of Occupational Therapy in Higher Education: Tenth Anniversary Meeting Report , Amsterdam: ENOTHE

 

(2006) ‘Europe and the World: Issues for Citizenship Education’, in (ed) Citizenship Education: Europe and the World. pp 1 – 10. London, CiCe

 

(2006) Plural identities and Citizenship in the context of Europe, paper given at Uluslararasι 3 çocuk ve Ìletişim Kongresi (Proceedings of the 3rd International Children and Communication Congress), Istanbul University, 2006 , pp187-194

 

(2006) ‘National cultures, educational policies and professional school practice’, in (ed) Citizenship Education: Europe and the World. pp 101-112. London, CiCe

 

(2006) with Maylor, U, and Rollock, N. ‘‘It is a way of life’: Notions of good multicultural practice in initial teacher education and curriculum delivery in England’, in (ed) Citizenship Education: Europe and the World. pp 37 – 52. London, CiCe

 

2005

 

(2005) with & Fülöp, M. ‘Europe as a context for the development of identity’, in M. Fülöp & A. Ross, (eds) Growing Up in Europe Today: developing identities among adolescents. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham Press.

 

(2005) ‘Constructing Citizenship through Teaching’, in (ed) Teaching Citizenship. pp 1 – 12. London, CiCe

 

(2005) with Maylor, M. and Hutchings, M. (2005) ‘Teacher Education and Multiculturalism in Europe: National policy and practitioner practice in the UK’, in (ed) Teaching Citizenship. Pp 59 – 66. London, CiCe

 

(2005) with Smart, S, Read. B. (2005) ‘Primary school children’s views of competition and cooperation in England, Slovenia and Hungary: comparisons by country and gender’, in (ed) Teaching Citizenship. pp 117 – 122. London, CiCe

 

(2005) ‘Cultural diversity, curriculum diversity, teacher diversity’. In C. Theophilides, (ed) Поλιτειοτητά – Πоλυπολιτισμικοτητα Ο Ρολοε Κάι Οι Ευθυνεσ Τησ Εκπάιδευσησ [Citizenship and Multiculturalism: the role and responsibility of education]. Lefkosia: Educational Association of Cyprus.

 

(2005) with Papoulia-Tzelepi, P. & Hegstrup, S. (2005) ‘Developing young identities in contemporary Europe’, in P. Papoulia-Tzelepi, S. Hegstrup, & A. Ross (eds) Emerging identities among young children: European Issues. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham Books.

 

2004

 

(2004) with Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B. ‘Socialisation and learning about society in contemporary Europe’, in Krzywosz-Rynkiewicz, B. and (eds) Social Learning, inclusiveness and exclusiveness in Europe. Stoke on Trent: Trentham. pp 1 – 10

 

(2004) with Fülöp, M., Berkics, M., Davies, I., Hutchings, M. ‘The perception of corruption as a conflict between citizenship and enterprise in a competitive environment among Hungarian and British teachers’, in A. Ross (ed) The Experience of Citizenship. London: CiCe.

 

(2004) ‘Desiderius Erasmus and the experience of citizenship today’, in A. Ross (ed) The Experience of Citizenship. pp 3 – 26. London: CiCe.

 

(2004) Ross, A., Pergar Kuscer, M., Fülöp, M., Read, B., Pucko, C., Berkics, M., Hutchings, M. & Sándor, M. ‘Teachers’ understandings of citizenship and enterprise in Hungary, Slovenia and the UK’, in A. Ross (ed) The Experience of Citizenship. pp 407 – 416 London: CiCe.

 

(2004) Fülöp, M., Berkics, M., Davies, I., Hutchings, M and Ross, A., ‘The perception of corruption as a conflict between citizenship and enterprise in a competitive environment among Hungarian and British Teachers’, in A. Ross (ed) The Experience of Citizenship. pp 417 – 424. London: CiCe.

 

2003

 

(2003) ‘Higher education and social access: to the Robbins Report’, in L. Archer, M. Hutchings, & A. Ross (eds) Higher Education and Social Class: Issues of exclusion and inclusion. London: RoutledgeFalmer.

 

(2003) ‘Access to higher education: inclusion for the masses?’ in L. Archer, M. Hutchings, & A. Ross (eds) Higher Education and Social Class: Issues of exclusion and inclusion. London: RoutledgeFalmer.

 

(2003) with Gilchrist, R., Phillips, D. ‘Participation and potential participation in UK higher education’, in L. Archer, M. Hutchings, & A. Ross (eds) Higher Education and Social Class: Issues of exclusion and inclusion. London: RoutledgeFalmer.

 

2003

 

(2003) with Roland-Levy, C. ‘Growing up politically in Europe’, in C. Roland-Levy & A. Ross (eds) Political Learning and Citizenship in Europe. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham.

 

(2003) ‘Children’s Political Learning: Concept-based approaches versus Issues-based approaches’, in C. Roland-Levy & A. Ross (eds) Political Learning and Citizenship in Europe. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham.

 

(2003) ‘Citadino, europeo e cosmopolita: scopi e compiti dell’educazione civica’, in F. Pingel (ed), Insegnare l’Europa: Cocetti rappresentazioni nei libri testo europei. Torino: Edizioni Fondazione Giovanni Agnelli.

 

(2003) ‘Dilemmas and Tasks in the Formation of Education-based Professionals in the Context of European Citizenship and European Identity’, in I. M. Gómez-Chacón (ed) European Identity: Individual, Group and Society. Bilbao: University of Deusto.

 

(2003) ‘Dilemas y tareas en la formación de profesionales de la educación en cuestiones de ciudadanía e identidad europea’, in I. M. Gómez-Chacón (ed) Identidad Europea: Individuo, Grupo, Sociedad. Bilbao: Universidad de Deusto.

 

(2003) with Papoulia-Tzelepi, P. ‘Educating children and school pupils for citizenship; the role of higher education’, in N. Demjancuk et al (eds) Výchova A tradice Evropského Myšlení. Plzeñ: Odborné Literatury a Skript.

 

(2003) ‘Cultures, identity and education in Europe’, in A. Ross (ed) A Europe of Many Cultures. pp 1 – 14. London: CiCe.

 

(2003) ‘Teachers as symbols of societal power: what cultural icon are we?’ in A. Ross (ed) A Europe of Many Cultures. pp 217 – 224. London: CiCe.

 

2002

 

(2002) with Hutchings, M., Menter, I., and Thomson, D. ‘Teacher supply and retention in London: key findings and implications from a study carried out in six boroughs in 1998-9’, in I. Menter, M. Hutchings and A. Ross (eds) The Crisis in Teacher Supply: Research and Strategies for Retention. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham.

 

(2002) Fülöp, M., Davies, I., Berkics, M., Hutchings, M. and Ross, A. ‘Tanulók és tanárk a tásadalomban’ (What is a good citizen in Hungary and the UK), in A. Gocsal (ed) Idenitás és Pedagógia (Identity and Education). Pécs: Pécsi Tanoda Alapítvány.

 

(2002) ‘The history of London teacher’s careers, 1970 – 2000’, in I. Menter, M. Hutchings and A. Ross (eds) The Crisis in Teacher Supply: Research and Strategies for Retention. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham.

(2002) with E. Näsman ‘Children in the new Europe’, in E. Näsman and A. Ross (eds) Children’s Understanding in the New Europe. Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham.

 

(2002) ‘A Representative Profession: Ethnic Minority Teachers’, in M. Johnson and J. Hallgarten (eds) From Victims of Change to Agents of Change: The Future of the Teaching Profession. Pp 101 – 124. London: IPPR.

 

(2002) Tanulók és tanárk a tásadalomban [What is a good citizen in Hungary and the UK], by Márta Fülöp, Ian Davies, Mihály Berkics, Merryn Hutchings and Alistair Ross, in Gocsal. A. (ed) Idenitás és Pedagógia [Identity and Education] Pécs: Pécsi Tanoda Alapítvány, pp 11 – 22

 

(2002) ‘Citizenship Education and Curriculum Theory’, in D. Scott and L. Lawson (eds) Citizenship Education and the Curriculum. pp 45-62. Westport Co: Ablex /Greenwood.

 

(2002) ‘Younger children’s political learning: concept-based approaches versus issues-based approaches’, in A. Ross (ed) Future Citizens in Europe. pp 231- 288. London: CiCe.

 

(2002) ‘Future Citizens in Europe’, in A. Ross (ed) Future Citizens in Europe. pp 1 - 12. London: CiCe.

 

(2002) ‘‘There’s a hole in my bucket’: Recurring refrains in teacher supply and retention’, in A. Ross (ed) Emerging Issues in Teacher Supply and Retention. pp 1- 4. London: IPSE.

 

2001

 

(2001) Davies, I., Fulop, M., Hutchings, M., Ross, A., Berkics, M., Gregory, I. and Floyd, L. (2001) Education for enterprising citizens: perceptions of effective teaching., in A. Ross (ed.) Learning for a Democratic Europe, pp 279 – 286. London: CiCe.

 

(2001) Fulop, M., Davies, I., Hutchings, M., Ross, A., Berkics, M., Gregory, I., and Floyd, L. (2001) Being a good citizen, competitor and entrepreneur in Hungary and in Britain: Utopia or reality? in A Ross (ed.) Learning for a Democratic Europe, pp 295 – 300. London: CiCe.

 

(2001) Hutchings, M., Fulop, M., Davies, I., Ross, A., Berkics, M., Gregory, I., and Floyd, L. (2001) The responses of English and Hungarian teachers to some hypothetical dilemmas concerning citizenship. In A Ross (ed.) Learning for a Democratic Europe, pp 287 – 294. London: CiCe.

 

(2001) Learning for democracy, in A. Ross (ed.) Learning for a Democratic Europe, pp 1-12. London: CiCe.

 

(2001) What is the curriculum? in J. Collins, K. Insley and J. Soler (eds) Developing Pedagogy, Researching Practice, London: OUP Press/Paul Chapman. (pp 122-132).

 

(2001) ‘What kind of citizenship education do we need in Europe?’ in Nové Možnosti Vzděláváía Pedagogický Výzkum, Čzeská Asociae Pedagogického Výzkumu, Pedagogická Fakulta Ostrvské University, Ostrava

 

2000

 

(2000) ‘Education for Citizenship and Identity within the Context of Europe’, in Gardner, R, Lawton, D and J Cairns (eds) Education for Citizenship 2000, London: Continuum, pp 183 – 199

 

(2000) ‘Studying young people's constructions of identity in a changing Europe’, in Ross A (ed) Developing Identities in Europe: Citizenship education and higher education. pp 1 – 12. London: CiCe

 

(2000) ‘Curricula for citizens and for their teachers: processes, objectives or content?’ in Ross A (ed) Developing Identities in Europe: Citizenship education and higher education. pp 89 – 100. London: CiCe

 

(2000) ‘Enterprising Citizens? The perceived interactions and overlaps between citizenship education and enterprise education in England and Hungary’ (with Davies, I, Hutchings, M., Fulop, M, and Vari-Szilagyi, I.) in Ross A (ed) Developing Identities in Europe: Citizenship education and higher education. London: CiCe

 

(2000) ‘Promoting Scientific Thinking with Information handling Programmes’, MAPE (Microcomputers and Primary Education) Focus on Science, pp 2 – 12

 

1999

 

(1999) ‘Young Citizens in Europe Today’ (introduction) , in Ross A (ed) Young Citizens in Europe, London: CiCe

 

(1999) ‘What concepts of identities lie behind European Citizenship? Why are those in Higher Education Institutions concerned with children's changing ideas of citizenship?’ in Ross A (ed) Young Citizens in Europe, London: CiCe

 

1995

 

(1995) ‘The Rise and Fall of the Social Subjects in the Curriculum’, in Ahier, J and Ross A (eds) The Social Subjects in the Curriculum, London: Falmer, pp 53 - 78

 

(1995) ‘The Idea of the Whole Curriculum’, in Ahier, J and Ross A (eds) The Social Subjects in the Curriculum, London: Falmer, pp 79 - 99

 

(1995) ‘Children in an Economic World: Young children learning in a consumerist post-industrial state’, in I and J Siraj-Blatchford (eds) Educating The Whole Child: Cross Curricular Skills, Themes and Dimensions, Buckingham: Open University Press

 

1993

 

(1993) ‘The Subjects that Dare not Speak their Name’, in R. Campbell (ed), Breadth and Balance in the Primary Curriculum, London: Falmer, pp 137 - 156

 

1992

 

(1992) ‘Children's Understanding of Capital’ in Hutchings, M and Wade, W (eds) Developing Economic and Industrial Understanding in the Primary School, London: PNL Press, pp 99 - 115

(1992) ‘Promoting the Enterprise Culture, or Developing a Critique of the Political Economy’ in Hutchings, M and Wade, W (eds) Developing Economic and Industrial Understanding in the Primary School, London: PNL Press, pp 48 - 60

 

1991

 

(1991) ‘Introduction and Analysis’ in Smith, D, Ross, A and Price, J (eds) Towards Curriculum Progression: developing economic/industrial understanding, SCIP, pp 3 - 13

 

(1991) ‘Schools-industry work and the National Curriculum: Where does it fit?’ in Smith, D, Ross, A and Price, J (eds) Towards Curriculum Progression: developing economic/industrial understanding, SCIP, pp 18 - 28

 

(1991) ‘Children taking responsibility for their own learning: whose agenda?’ in Smith, D, Ross, A and Price, J (eds) Towards Curriculum Progression: developing economic/industrial understanding, SCIP, pp 29 - 37

 

(1991) ‘Opportunities missed? Equal opportunities in primary school-industry work’ in Smith, D, Ross, A and Price, J (eds) Towards Curriculum Progression: developing economic/industrial understanding, SCIP, pp 57 - 66

 

(1991) ‘Hollickwood Primary School: Case Study’ (with Lloyd, I and Othen, S) in Smith, D, Ross, A and Price, J (eds) Towards Curriculum Progression: developing economic/industrial understanding, SCIP, pp 177 - 180

 

1990

 

(1990) ‘Economic and Industrial Awareness and the Primary School Child’, in Ross, A. (ed) Economic and Industrial Awareness in the Primary School, London: PNL Press/SCIP, pp 3 - 10

 

(1990) ‘Children's perceptions of Industrial Hierarchies’, in Ross, A. (ed) Economic and Industrial Awareness in the Primary School, London: PNL Press/SCIP, pp 116 - 140

 

1989

 

(1989) ‘Industry and Humanities’, in Campbell, J and Little. V (eds) Humanities in the Primary School, Lewes: Falmer, pp 107 - 120

 

(1989) ‘Teacher Placements: from aims to outcomes’ (with others) in Teachers into Business and Industry (PE 634), Milton Keynes: Open University

 

(1989) ‘Curriculum: Opportunities and Resources’ (with others) in Teachers into Business and Industry (PE 634), Milton Keynes: Open University

 

(1989) ‘Data Handling’ in M. Blows and D. Wray (eds), Using Computers Effectively, Leamington Spa: Scholastic, pp 79 - 93

 

(1989) ‘Control Technology’ in M. Blows and D. Wray (eds), Using Computers Effectively, Leamington Spa: Scholastic, pp 129 - 145

 

1988

 

(1988) ‘How does information retrieval help children's learning?’ in Jones, A and Scrimshaw, P (eds) Computers in Education 5 - 13, Milton Keynes: Open University Press, pp 18 - 21

 

(1988) ‘The Social Subjects’ in Clarkson, M (ed) Emerging Issues in Primary Education, Lewes: Falmer, pp 207 - 222

 

(1988) ‘Children's Understanding of the Social and Economic World’ in Smith, D (ed) Industry in the Primary School, Lewes: Falmer, pp 137 - 155

 

(1988) ‘Studying the world of work: An inevitable controversy?’ in Carrington, B and Troyna, B (eds) Young Children and Controversial Issues, Lewes: Falmer, pp 137 - 155

 

1987

 

(1987) ‘Political Education in the Primary School’ in Harber, C (ed) Political Education in Britain, Lewes: Falmer, pp 9 - 24

 

1985

 

(1985) ‘Information, Icons and Hypothesising: Children Investigating People's Attitudes to their Banks’, in Schenk, C. (ed), Primary Education: The contribution of the Microcomputer, London: Microelectronics Education Programme, pp 9 - 15

 

(1985) ‘Local Studies Projects and Information Retrieval’, in Stewart, J. (ed) Micros and Project Work Reader, Council for Educational Technology/ Microelectronics Educational Primary Project, pp 30 - 47

 

(1985) ‘Information Handling’, in Elcot Park HMI Conference Report on Computers in the Primary Curriculum, London: HMI/MEP

 

(1985) ‘Historical Evidence and Data Processing with Primary School Children’, in A Floyd (ed), Microcomputers in the Action in the Classroom, Open University Press

 

(1985) ‘A Scientific Investigation in a Primary Class: The strongest conker in the world’, in A Floyd (ed), Microcomputers in the Action in the Classroom, Open University Press [reprinted 1985 in B Hodgson and R Scanlon (eds), Approaches to Primary Science, London: Harper and

(1985) "Understanding and using historical information in the classroom", in Wilkes, J (ed) Microcomputers and History, London : Council for Educational Technology, pp 60 – 75

 

1984

 

(1984) ‘Information handling skills’ in Jones, R (ed) Micros in the Primary Classroom, London: Arnold, pp 25 - 43

 

(1984) ‘Learning why to hypothesise: a case study of data processing in a primary classroom’, in Kelly, V (ed) Microcomputers and the Curriculum, London: Harper & Row, pp 64 - 83

 

1984 ‘Information Retrieval in Primary Education’, The Uses of the Computer in the Study and Teaching of History (ed K. Randall), London: Historical Association, pp 59 - 60

 

(1984) "A case study of a junior class investigating a local factory during social studies work" in Jamieson, I (ed) We make kettles: Studying Industry in the Primary School, York: Longman, pp 40 - 53

 

 

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