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Readings for What is Education?(Required readings and suggestions for further reading are specified for each week.)1.Fielding and Moss: Chapter One: "The state we're in" in Michael Fielding & PeterMoss, Radical education and the common school: a democratic alternative.Routledge, 2011 .2.Alexander, R. (2010) ’Children’s development and learning’ in Children, their world,their education pp.90-109 (chapter 7) London, Routledge.3.Ball (2012): Performativity, Commodification and Commitment: An I-Spy Guide tothe Neoliberal University,British Journal of Educational Studies, 60:1, 17-28.4.Ball and Antonio Olmedo "Global Social Capitalism: using enterprise to solve theproblems of the world." inCitizenship, Social and Economics Education..Volume 10Numbers 2 & 3 2011 pp 83-905.John Beck (2013.)Powerful knowledge, esoteric knowledge, curriculum knowledge,Cambridge Journal of Education,Volume 43,Issue 2, June 2013, pages 177-1936.Bereiter, “Must We Educate?” Prentice-Hall, 1973. Chapter One, pp. 3-20.7.Bernstein, B. 1975 'Class and Pedagogies: visible and invisible', OECD.8.Bibby, T. (2011) Education – an ‘impossible profession’? Psychoanalyticexplorations of learning and classrooms. London, Routledge (Chapter 3: Mirror,mirror on the wall: The Lacanian mirror in the classroom).9.Brant, J (2011) The Case for Values in Economics Education.Citizenship, Social andEconomics EducationVol 10:2 & 3 Pages 117-128.10.Bourn, D. (2014) The Theory and Practice of Global Learning. DevelopmentEducation Research Centre. Research Paper No 11.11.Bronowski, J. (2000) The Reach of Imagination. Available at12.[http://www.public.iastate.edu/~bccorey/105%20Folder/The%20Reach%20of%20Imagine.pdf]13.Canham, H. (2006) “Where do babies come from?” What makes children want tolearn? in Youell B., The learning relationship: psychoanalytic thinking in education.London: Karnac pp7-19.14.Christodoulou, D. (2014)Seven Myths about Education, Routledge, London15.Elander, Katherine Harrington, Lin Norton, Hannah Robinson & Pete Reddy (2006):Complex skills and academic writing: a review of evidence about the types of
learning required to meet core assessment criteria,Assessment & Evaluation inHigher Education, 31:1, 71-90.16.Egan, Kieran ‘A Very Short History of Imagination’ unpublishedms., (Imaginative Education Research Group, Faculty of Education,Simon Fraser University). Available at:http://ierg.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/History-of-Imagination.pdf17.Firth R (2011) ‘Making geography visible as an object of study in the secondaryschool curriculum’,The Curriculum Journal, 22, 3, pp 289-316.18.Hodgson, M. G. S., & Burke, E. (1993). Rethinking world history : essays on Europe,Islam and world history: Cambridge University Press [Chapter 1: The interrelationsof societies in history]19.Hyland and Polly Tse (2007) Is There an "Academic Vocabulary"?TESOL Quarterly,Vol. 41, No. 2 (Jun., 2007), pp. 235-253.20.Knight 2007 "Internationalization: Concepts, Complexities and Challenges" in JamesJ F Forest and Philip G Altbach (eds).International Handbook of Higher Education18(1) pp 207-227. Dordrect : Springer.21.Kyriacou, C. (2009). Chapter 2: ‘Ways of thinking about effective teaching’, inEffective Teaching in Schools: Theory and Practice, Cheltenham: Stanley Thornes22.David Lambert & John Hopkin (2014) A possibilist analysis of the geography23.national curriculum in England,International Research in Geographical andEnvironmental24.Education,23:1, 64-7825.Laurillard, D. (2008) Open Teaching: The Key to Sustainable and Effective OpenEducation. In Iiyoshi, T. & Vijay Kumar, M. (eds) Opening Up Education: TheCollective Advancement of Education through Open Technology, Open Content, andOpen Knowledge, 319-335. Available online:http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/chapters/0262033712chap21.pdf26.Mezirow, J. (1997) Transformative Learning: Theory to Practice.New Directions forAdult and Continuing Education. 74: 5-12.27.Moore, A. (2004) ‘Being a good teacher – influences and calls’ in The Good Teacher:dominant discourses in teaching and teacher education. London: Routledge28.Falmer pp 3 – 2629.Moore, A. (2015). 'Knowledge, Curriculum and Learning: ‘What Did You Learn inSchool?’, in D. Scott and E. Hargreaves, (Eds.)The Sage Handbook of Learning.Sage
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