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Atkinson, Stephanie (2005) Does the preferred learning style of those training for a career in Design and Technology differ depending upon age? In: Inspire and Educate: DATA International Research Conference 2005.

Atkinson, Stephanie (2005) Does the preferred learning style of those training for a specific career differ depending upon age? In: Enhancing Learning & Performance Through Styles - European Learning Styles Information Network 9th Conference, 2005, University of Surrey, Guildford.

Atkinson, Stephanie (2005) Promoting Equality in DATA. In: The Design & Technology Secondary Subject Leaders File. Wellesbourne : DATA 2005.

Atkinson, Stephanie (2005) A Study of Preferred Information Processing Style and it's Relationship to Gender and Achievement in the Context of Design and Technology Project Work. Design and Technology Education: An International Journal, 10 (1). pp. 26-42. ISSN 13601431


Convery, Andy (2005) The Pedagogy of the Impressed: How Teachers Become Sacrificed On The Alter of Technological Vision. In: Discourse, Power & Resistance, 2005, Manchester Metropolitan University.

Cooper, Bridget (2005) Designing high tech primary classrooms to support interaction, empathy and learning: the results of the ICT and whole child project. In: Seminar Leeds Metropolitan, Jan 20th 2005, Leeds Metropolitan University.

Cooper, Bridget (2005) Embedded ICT: supporting empathy, positive emotion and achievement. In: Information Technology in Teacher Education Conference, 12-14 Jul 2005, Dundee University.

Cooper, Bridget (2005) Learning to love ICT: emotion and esteem in learning for teachers and children. In: Amercian Educational Research Association Annual Meeting 2005: Demography and Democracy in the Era of Accountability, 11 - 15 Apr 2005, Montreal, Canada.

Cooper, Bridget (2005) A model of immorality: how the education system can destroy empathy. In: American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting 2005: Demography and Democracy in the Era of Accountability, 11 -15 Apr 2005, Montreal, Canada.


Dagg, Lynne, Walker-Gleaves, Caroline, Walker-gleaves, Alan and Grey, John (2005) Learning Databases through teaching: Towards a re-alignment of pedagogy for student teachers. In: 3rd Workshop on the Teaching, Learning & Assessment of Databases (TLAD05), 2005, University of Sunderland.


Gregson, Margaret, Elliott, Julian G, Higgins, Steve and Moseley, David (2005) Thinking Skills frameworks for use in education and training. British Educational Research Journal, 31 (3). pp. 367-390. ISSN 01411926

Gregson, Margaret and Spedding, Trish (2005) Philosophy Goes To College: An evaluation of a thinking skills intervention in post compulsary educaton and training in the North East of England. In: Vocational Learning: Transitions, Interrelationships, Partnerships and Sustainable Futures. Australian Academic Press, pp. 248-257. ISBN 187537860X


Nazari, Ahmad (2005) Theories of Second/Foreign Language Learning. University of Sunderland, Sunderland.


Taras, Maddalena (2005) Assessment - Summative and Formative - Some Theoretical Reflections. British Journal of Educational Studies, 53 (4). pp. 466-478. ISSN 00071005

Taras, Maddalena (2005) Assessment: summative, formative and self-assessment. In: British Education Research Conference, Glamorgan, 2005, Glamorgan. (Unpublished)

Taras, Maddalena (2005) Challenging the status quo: Summative and Formative Assessment - Perceptions and Realities. In: Discourses of Difference, 2005, Institute of Education. (Unpublished)

Taras, Maddalena (2005) Helping ourselves to helping students: self assessment. In: Seminar, Wolverhampton University. (Unpublished)

Taras, Maddalena (2005) Metaphors of Assessment. In: Discourses of Difference Seminar, 2005, Institute of Education. (Unpublished)

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