other conference papers

A History of the CiCe Academuc Network: Part 3 - 2002 - 2005: The Network Consolidates.  Paper given at the 16th CiCe Conference, June 2014, Olsztyn, Poland


Moving borders, crossing boundaries: young people's identities in a time of change 5: Three countries from former Yugoslavia - Slovenia, Croatia and Macedonia. Paper given at the 16th CiCe Conference, June 2014, Olsztryn, Poland


Moving borders, crossing boundaries: young people's identities in a time of change 4: Constructing Identities in Romania and Bulgaria. Paper given at the 15th CiCe Conference, June 2013, Lisbon


A History of CiCe: Part 2 - 1999-2002 - London to Budapest. Paper given at the 15th CiCe Conference, June 2013, Lisbon


A History of CiCe: Part 1 - 1986-1999 - Getting started. Paper given at the 43th CiCe Conference, June 2012, York


Citizenship Education in Europe and for Europe in symposium ‘Citizenship, Education and Lifelong Learning’, British Educational Research Association Conference, London; Sept 2007


National cultures, educational policies and professional school practice   Eighth European Network Conference, Citizenship Education: Europe and the World,  Riga; May 2006


‘It is a way of life’: Notions of good multicultural practice in initial teacher education and curriculum delivery in England, Eighth European Network Conference, Citizenship Education: Europe and the World,  Riga; May 2006


Teacher Education and Multiculturalism in Europe: National policy and practitioner practice in the UK  Seventh European Network Conference, Teaching Citizenship,  Ljubljana; May 2005


Primary school children’s views of competition and cooperation in England, Slovenia and Hungary: comparisons by country and gender, Seventh European Network Conference, Teaching Citizenship,  Ljubljana; May 2005


Teacher’s Constructions of Citizenship and Enterprise: using Associative Group Analysis with teachers in Hungary, Slovenia and the UK. Third Hungarian National Educational Conference, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest; Oct 2004


The perception of corruption as a conflict between citizenship and enterprise in a competitive environment among Hungarian and British teachers   Sixth European Network Conference, The Experience of Citizenship,  Krakow; May 2004


Teachers’ understandings of citizenship and enterprise in Hungary, Slovenia and the UK                                                                                                     Sixth European Network Conference, The Experience of Citizenship,  Krakow; May 2004


The perception of corruption as a conflict between citizenship and enterprise in a competitive environment among Hungarian and British Teachers  Sixth European Network Conference, The Experience of Citizenship,  Krakow; May 2004


Hungarian and British teachers' views on how to handle drug abuse within the school environment                                                                                Third Hungarian National Educational Conference, Hungarian Academy of Sciences,  Budapest; Oct 2003


Teachers as transients: the effect on the profile of the teaching profession in England                                                                                            British Educational Research Association conference, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh; Sept 2003


Teachers as symbols of societal power: what cultural icon are we?   Fifth European Network Conference, A  Europe of Many Cultures,  Braga; May 2003


Why do teachers who stay in teaching choose to do so? British Education Research Association Annual Conference, University of Exeter; Sept 2002


Gender Factors in teacher retention.British Education Research Association Annual Conference, University of Exeter; Sept 2002


Institutional Racism: the experience of staff in schools.  British Education Research Association Annual Conference, University of Exeter; Sept 2002


Is the prospect of promotion an incentive to stay in the teaching profession British Education Research Association Annual Conference, University of Exeter; Sept 2002


Black Teachers and Promotion, Mayor of London Conference Black People Pushing Back the Boundaries, Congress House, London; June 2002


The future of London Education, Invitation conference for Secretary of State for Education, Department for Education and Skills/Institute for Public Policy Research. London ; June 2002


Younger children’s political learning: concept-based approaches versus issues-based approaches                                                                                Fourth European Network Conference, Future Citizens in Europe. Budapest; May 2002


What makes a ‘good’ citizen in Hungary and the UK? Tanulók és tanárk a tásadalomban?                                                                                      Idenitás és Pedagógia [Identity and Education] Conference, Pécs; April 2002


Black Teachers’ career patterns in London, London Mayor’s Conference on The Black Child in London Schools  QEIIConference Centre, London; March 2002


Towards a representative Profession: Ethnic Minority Teachers, Institute for Public Policy Research conference, The Future of the Teaching Profession. London; Dec 2001


Clash of Cultures: Citizenship Education and Enterprise Education in Hungary and England. Hungarian International Education Research Association, Budapest; Oct 2001


Teacher Recruitment and Retention 1998-2001: Ethnic Minority Teachers in the Teaching Workforce.  British Educational Research Association Conference, University of Leeds; Sept 2001


Preparing Professions in Education for issues of citizenship and identity in Europe: a re

port on CiCe findings.    British Educational Research Association Conference, University of Leeds; Sept 2001


Social and Civic Education Patterns in Europe,  International Association for Children’s Social and Economics Education Conference, York ; July 2001


Teacher Supply and Retention: issues in ethnicity, promotion and senior posts, Teacher Supply and Retention Conference, London Metropolitan University ; June 2001


Education for enterprising citizens: perceptions of effective teaching, Third European Network Conference, Learning for a Democratic Europe, Bruges; May 2001


Being a good citizen, competitor and entrepreneur in Hungary and in Britain: Utopia or reality?                                                                                Third European Network Conference, Learning for a Democratic Europe, Bruges; May 2001


The responses of English and Hungarian Teachers to some hypothetical dilemmas concerning citizenship    Third European Network Conference, Learning for a Democratic Europe, Bruges; May 2001


The Aims of Citizenship Education at the European and at National levels Social psychology conference, University of Szeged; March 2001


Citizenship education and curriculum theory, Diverse Citizenships Conference, University of North London; March 2001


Curricula for citizens and for their teachers: processes, objectives or content? Second European Network Conference, Developing Identities in Europe, Athens; May 2000


Enterprising Citizens? The perceived interactions and overlaps between citizenship and enterprise education in England and Hungary, Second European Network Conference, Developing Identities in Europe, Athens; May 2000


Nationalism , the Curriculum and Identity: The Roast Beef of England: paper delivered at the Conference on Equality Issues in Education, University of Hertfordshire, November 1996


‘Nationalism and the Social Studies Curriculum: National and International Trends’, paper delivered at the First Conference of the International Association for Children's Social and Economics Education, Glasgow, July 1995.

 

‘What do we mean by 'Understanding the idea of work'?  Methodological approaches to establishing children's changing ideas’, Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Children's Economic and Industrial Understanding, London Metropolitan University 1994


‘The Understanding of ten year olds in Germany and the UK of the relationship between work, training and education: a proposal to explore differences in culture’; Proceedings of the Fifth Conference on Children's Economic and Industrial Understanding, London Metropolitan University 1994,


‘Terms of Trade: Children's discussion about trading’: Conference paper: Research Conference on the Economic and Industrial Understanding of Children up to the age of Eleven, London Metropolitan University, September 1993


‘What do primary teachers think about the introduction of EIU into the curriculum?’: Conference Paper: International EIU Conference, Copenhagen, April 1992


‘Children and Capital’: paper given to Second International Conference on Children's  Economic and Industrial Understanding, Ormskirk, Lancashire, July 1990


‘The politics of EIU in the school curriculum’: paper given to Second International Conference on Children's  Economic and Industrial Understanding, Ormskirk, Lancashire, July 1990


‘Evaluating the Great Chesterford Project ... and there came a great profit throughout the land’; Proceedings of the Fifth Conference on Children's Economic and Industrial Understanding, London Metropolitan University 1994, pp 89-90


‘Children's Perceptions of Industrial Hierarchies’: paper at First International Conference on Children's Economic and Industrial Understanding, Ormskirk, Lancashire, July 1988


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