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Occasional Papers

Undergraduate Degrees at the Nottingham School of Education
 

The occasional papers series published empirical work already completed.

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Occasional Papers Archive
 

2014

 

2012

11. Task Based Learning Applied

A collection of Research Papers by Mehran Esfandiari, Paul Knight, Julia Molinari and Sally Zacharias

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10. Essays on Higher Education and Society Volume II

(Edited by Melanie Walker and Monica McLean)

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9. Essays on Higher Education and Society Volume I

(Edited by Melanie Walker and Monica McLean)

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2009
6. How to win friends and influence people

6. How to win friends and influence people

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How to win friends and influence people: the value of the cohort in a doctoral research training programme, a research paper by Kathryn Hinsliff-Smith, Jan Keane, Daphne Whiteoak and Irina Hawker
2008
5. Interactive Classroom Explorer in Science Teachers' Professional Development

5. Interactive Classroom Explorer in Science Teachers' Professional Development

Description
Interactive Classroom Explorer in Science Teachers' Professional DevelopmentA Report for Gatsby Technical Education undertaken by Dr Len Newton and Peter Sorensen
2007
4. Entering the fray

4. Entering the fray

Description
Entering the fray: Perceptions of educators in training in the post-compulsory sector, a research paper by Dr John Wallis
3. Teaching: no longer a lifelong profession?

3. Teaching: no longer a lifelong profession?

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Teaching: no longer a life-long profession? The effects of workload on the commitment and retention of a new generation of teachers, a research paper by Dr Lindsey Smethem
2. Geography teachers, teaching and knowledge

2. Geography teachers, teaching and knowledge

Description
Geography Teachers, Teaching and the Issue of Knowledge, a research paper by Dr Roger Firth
1. The Learning Experiences of Students with Disabilities

1. The Learning Experiences of Students with Disabilities

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The Learning Experiences of Students with Disabilities, A report of research undertaken by Jackie Goode, Carole Mallia, David Greatbatch, Regina Karasou, Roger Willison

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