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Muslim schools in Britain: Between mobilisation and incorporation
Muslim schools in Britain have emerged as a highly salient issue that at times reinforces, and at other times cuts across, political and philosophical divides. Notwithstanding sustained Muslim mobilisations for Muslim ...
Re-engineering research, teaching and learning with digital technologies: how AAOU (Asian Association of Open Universities) members might collaborate for the benefit of teachers and learners in their societies
If universities are to be relevant In today’s digitally connected world, ways of working which may have been established centuries ago urgently need to be reviewed and new practices adopted. This is a challenge not just ...
Where are we going? Context and directions for policy and practice in children’s education and learning in prison
In recent years there has been a considerable amount of policy attention, rhetoric and review focussed on the subject of education in prison, including children’s education. For example, the Coates Review, undertaken by ...
Putting education at the heart of custody? The views of children on education in a Young Offender Institution
(Sheffield Hallam University, 2015-08)
This paper draws on the views of children and young people in a Young Offender Institution (YOI) to explore education provision in the youth secure estate from their perspectives. The paper includes research findings from ...
There has never been a better time to be a teacher
(TES (Times Education Supplement) newspaper, 2017-03-17)
Teaching research in social work education.
Investigating approaches to the teaching of research on undergraduate social work programmes: A research note.
(Oxford University Press, 2014-11-23)
This paper presents findings from a scoping review of curriculum delivery methods for research teaching in undergraduate social work education. The review was conducted by a working group of the JUC SWEC research committee ...
Safeguarding of vulnerable adults training: assessing the effect of continuing professional development
Aim This article provides an insight into the effect of safeguarding of vulnerable adults continuing professional development (SOVA-CPD) training for nurses. Method 51 participants were recruited from three different ...
Evaluating a train-the-trainer educational intervention to raise standards of care, within the nursing home sector in the United Kingdom
Objective: As a response to service needs and project development by the East Midlands Health Innovation Education Cluster, now the Health Education East Midlands, an education programme intervention was developed to raise ...