other publications

other publications

Professional Books and other materials for Teachers



  • How We Live: The Netsilik - Teachers' Pack, London: Cockpit Theatre-in-Education Company (1979)

[reprinted 1982, Nottingham Playhouse Roundabout Company]


  • People Around Us: Work (with S. Wagstaff) [Teaching Pack in the ILEA Social Studies 8 - 11 programme], London: Inner London Education Authority (1979)


  • Living Patterns: A Chinese Commune - Teacher's Pack, London: Greenwich Young Peoples'  Theatre-in-Education (1980)


  • Non-Fiction History Books for Children: A Critical Guide, London: Inner London Education Authority (1980)


  • Non-Fiction Social Studies Books for Children: A Critical Guide, London: Inner London Education Authority (1980)


  • DATAPROBE: Teacher's Guide, (1985) London: Addison Wesley: also associated books: Town and Country 1861; Bird Table: Weather; Litter-lout   (all London: Addison Wesley)


  • Getting Better: Changing Patterns of Health Care, London: Save the Children Fund 1986


  •  The Primary Schools and Industry Kit (with Hutchings, M), London, PNL Press 1987


  • Gender roles in a light engineering factory: third year juniors investigate, (1989) Primary Schools Industry Case Studies, PNL Press

                                                     

  • The Primary Enterprise Pack (with Hutchings, M, Craft, A and Mattocks, B) (1989), London: PNL Press/Department of Trade and Industry, also associated books: Eight Schools, Industry in the National Curriculum (with Hutchings, M), Enterprise in Action, (all London: PNL Press/DTI)


  • ‘Growth’: A project with older junior children in a Welsh rural school (translated into Welsh by I Lloyd-Hughes) (1989), Primary Schools and Industry Case Study No 14, PNL Press, 24pp


  • Industrialists in Primary Schools: Loirston School, (1989) Primary Schools and Industry Centre Case Study No 15, PNL Press, 16pp


  • The Enterprise, Economic and Industrial Understanding Kit for tomorrow's primary teacher (with Hutchings, M), 1990 London: Enterprise Awareness and Teacher Education


  • The Primary Enterprise Pack [2nd Revised Edition] (with Hutchings, M, Craft, A and Mattocks, B), London: PNL Press/Department of Trade and Industry


  • Curriculum Resources: Economic and Industrial Awareness at Key Stage 2 (with M Hutchings)[for BBC Schools Radio series, Spring 1991], London: BBC Educational Publishing




Non-Refereed Articles for Teachers


  • ‘Politics in the Junior Classroom’, ILEA Contact, 1980, 7, 6, pp 7 – 8


  • ‘Ethnicity - a vital concept’ Issues in Race and Education, 1980, 17, pp 2 – 3


  • ‘Studying Society in the Primary School’ (with R. Whitburn) 1981 , ILEA Contact, 8, 15, pp 10 – 12


  • ‘Social Studies for the Primary School’ (with R. Whitburn) 1981, ILEA Contact, 9, 16, pp 4 – 5


  • ‘Setting the Course’ (with H. Davies and R. Whitburn) 1981 , ILEA Contact, 9, 23, p 12


  • ‘What's going on in Primary Schools in History and Social Studies?’ 1981, Clio: The Review of the History and Social Sciences Teachers' Centre, 1, 2, pp 13 – 16


  • ‘Race, Ethnicity, Culture and the Curriculum’ 1981,  Clio: The Review of the History and Social Sciences Teachers' Centre, 1, 4, pp 31 – 32


  • ‘Power and Authority in the Primary Classroom’,1980  Clio: The Review of the History and Social Sciences Teachers' Centre, 2, 2/3, pp 22 - 26


  • FOXHUNT [Computer programme], London: ILEA Educational Computing Service 1983


  • BIRTHMAP [Computer programme], London: ILEA Educational Computing Service 1983 


  • ‘The Bottle Stopper Factory: Talking All Together’, The English Magazine, 11, pp 14  - 18


  • ‘Data Processing in Primary Science’, Computers in Primary Schools [ILEA], 1983 1, pp 7 – 9


  • ‘Using TXED to help writing skills’, Computers in Primary Schools [ILEA],1983 2, pp 3 – 9


  • ‘Conkers and Statistics in the Classroom’, Acorn User, December 1983, pp 99 - 105     

                                                           

  • ‘Continuity and Progression in Primary School Social Studies: One School's Experience’, Clio: The Review of the History and Social Sciences Teachers' Centre, 1984.4, 2, pp 35 - 37


  • ‘The Fossil Hunters’, Primary Teaching and Micros, March 1985, pp 24 – 27


  • ‘A Primary School looks at the World of Work’, Careers Bulletin [Department of Employment], April


  • 1985, pp ‘Banking on it’, Primary Education and Micros, 1985 November, pp 30 – 31


  • ‘The Good, the Empty and the Inter-active: Programmes for Primary Education’, Greater Manchester Primary Contact, 1985 Special Edition 3, pp 10 – 12


  • ‘Fossil Hunting: Digging out the information’, Greater Manchester Primary Contact, 1985 Special Edition 3, pp 117 – 120


  • ‘A primary school looks at work’, ILEA Contact, 1985 14


  • ‘A Primary School in Industry’, View [Department of Trade and Industry] 1985, 22, p 9


  • ‘The Place of History in the Primary Curriculum’ Greater Manchester Primary Contact, 1986  6, pp 5 - 9


  • ‘Children becoming historians: an oral history project in a primary school’ Greater Manchester Primary Contact, 1986 6, pp 36 - 49


  • ‘The World of Work’, Junior Education, 1986  June 1986, pp i - viii


  • ‘Primary Schools and Industry in the London Region: a regional organiser's viewpoint’, in P. Waite (ed) Primary Schools and Industry in 1986, 1986 Industry Matters/Royal Society of Arts, pp 35 - 37


  • ‘Understanding Work’, Junior Education, February 1987, pp ii – iii


  • ‘People at Work’, Junior Education, February 1987, pp i - xii


  • ‘A new breed of Primary Teacher’, Junior Education, June 1987, p 19


  • ‘Empty Programmes Make Most Sense’, Junior Education, January 1987, pp 26 - 27


  • ‘Write On!’, Junior Education, February 1987, pp 18 - 19


  • ‘Sorting and Searching’, Junior Education, March 1987, pp 20 - 21


  • ‘In Command’, Junior Education, April 1987, pp 30 - 31


  • ‘Unravelling Writing’, Junior Education, November 1987, pp 38 - 39


  • ‘A Question of Sorts’, Junior Education, December 1987, pp 34 - 35


  • ‘Go Logical’, Junior Education, February 1988, pp 38 - 39


  • ‘Our Street’, Junior Education, August 1989, pp i - iii


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