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Listen while you work: negotiating power and meaning in post-concrete music.
Herbert, M. Listen while you work: negotiating power and meaning in post-concrete music. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church Universirty School of Teacher Education

PhD Thesis

Is the employment of pastoral support staff (PSS) working with students with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs changing the role and responsibilities of teachers in London and South East England?
O'Toole, A. and Soan, S 2021. Is the employment of pastoral support staff (PSS) working with students with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs changing the role and responsibilities of teachers in London and South East England? Pastoral Care in Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/02643944.2021.1918227

Journal article

Participants information form
Bothwick, D. Participants information form.

Other

Research proposal
Bothwick, D. Research proposal.

Other

Gannt chart V.1
Bothwick, D. Gannt chart V.1.

Other

Exploring virtue ethical stewardship and transformative learning in a university's business leadership programmes
Adesina, O. A 2020. Exploring virtue ethical stewardship and transformative learning in a university's business leadership programmes. SRHE Online Webiner Presentation

Digital or visual media

Investing in ourselves as leadership: a guilty pleasure?
Jordan-Daus, K. and Austin, L. 2020. Investing in ourselves as leadership: a guilty pleasure? in: Featherstone, K. and Porritt, V. (ed.) Being 10% Braver SAGE.

Book chapter

Research questionnaire dyslexia
Bothwick, D. 2020. Research questionnaire dyslexia.

Other

Beyond being the best: educating for narrative repair in transition from British Army to ‘Civvy Street’
Cable, G. 2020. Beyond being the best: educating for narrative repair in transition from British Army to ‘Civvy Street’ . PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Teacher Education

PhD Thesis

Navigating the red stamp: an exploration of the way inclusive education is conceptualized, understood and implemented within local contexts in Vietnam
Stevens, M. 2020. Navigating the red stamp: an exploration of the way inclusive education is conceptualized, understood and implemented within local contexts in Vietnam . PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Teacher Education

PhD Thesis

Women at the school gates: a narrative study of the career paths of three women
Stead, C. 2020. Women at the school gates: a narrative study of the career paths of three women . PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of teacher education

PhD Thesis

Exploring virtue and ethical stewardship for transformative learning in universitiy's business leadership programmes
Adesina, O. 2020. Exploring virtue and ethical stewardship for transformative learning in universitiy's business leadership programmes. Prof Doc Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Teacher Education and Development

Prof Doc Thesis

How do we as primary educators prepare children for intra and inter competition in a primary school setting?
Milne, E. 2019. How do we as primary educators prepare children for intra and inter competition in a primary school setting? Masters Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Humanities and Educational Studies

Masters Thesis

A critical autoethnographic study of compliance and resilience
Hall, D. 2019. A critical autoethnographic study of compliance and resilience . PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University ~School of Teacher Education and Development

PhD Thesis

How can the thought of the heart offer effective ways of engaging with conflict? An imaginal and reflexive study
Livingstone, L. 2019. How can the thought of the heart offer effective ways of engaging with conflict? An imaginal and reflexive study . PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Teacher Education

PhD Thesis

An auto/biographical investigation exploring the life-stories of adults with dyslexia.
Speers, J. 2019. An auto/biographical investigation exploring the life-stories of adults with dyslexia. Prof Doc Thesis Canterbury Chris Church University School of Teacher Education and Development

Prof Doc Thesis

Exploring virtue ethical stewardship for transformative learning in a university's business leadership programmes
Adesina, O. A 2019. Exploring virtue ethical stewardship for transformative learning in a university's business leadership programmes.

Conference keynote

Education movies and the promotion of one dimensional thinking: a marcusean examination of films made between 2005 and 2017
Birrell, G. 2019. Education movies and the promotion of one dimensional thinking: a marcusean examination of films made between 2005 and 2017. Prof Doc Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University School of Education

Prof Doc Thesis

Dialoguing with nature through the thought of the heart
Livingstone, L. 2017. Dialoguing with nature through the thought of the heart.

Conference paper

Taking sustainability to heart––towards engaging with sustainability issues through heart-centred thinking
Livingstone, L. 2018. Taking sustainability to heart––towards engaging with sustainability issues through heart-centred thinking. in: Leal Filho, W. and Consorte McCrea, A. (ed.) Sustainability and the Humanities Springer. pp. 455-467

Book chapter

Are personal academic values important in learning and teaching engagement with learners?
Adesina, O. A 2018. Are personal academic values important in learning and teaching engagement with learners?

Conference keynote

Becoming women 'scientists’: negotiating gendered constructions of science at university in Rwanda
Tukahabwa, D. 2018. Becoming women 'scientists’: negotiating gendered constructions of science at university in Rwanda. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Faculty of Education

PhD Thesis

From ancient Greece to the present day: how the development of the modern mind distanced us from genuine dialogue
Livingstone, L. 2017. From ancient Greece to the present day: how the development of the modern mind distanced us from genuine dialogue.

Conference paper

Understanding the therapeutic benefits of engagement with the natural environment within the Dandelion Time approach: a review of literature
Kemp, N. and Watts, T. 2017. Understanding the therapeutic benefits of engagement with the natural environment within the Dandelion Time approach: a review of literature. Canterbury Christ Church University.

Research report

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