Dr Nicola Kemp


NameDr Nicola Kemp
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool Of Humanities And Education Studies

Research outputs

Babies and toddlers outdoors: a narrative review of the literature on provision for under twos in ECEC settings

Kemp, N. and Josephidu, J. 2021. Babies and toddlers outdoors: a narrative review of the literature on provision for under twos in ECEC settings. Early Years: an International Journal of Research and Development. https://doi.org/10.1080/09575146.2021.1915962

The paradox model: towards a conceptual framework for engaging with sustainability in higher education

Kemp, N. and Scoffham, S. 2020. The paradox model: towards a conceptual framework for engaging with sustainability in higher education. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJSHE-08-2020-0311

Conclusion: Stepping into sustainable futures: actions, developments and networks

Kemp, N., Wall, T., Puntha, H., Molthan-Hill, P, Puntha, S. and Baden, D. 2020. Conclusion: Stepping into sustainable futures: actions, developments and networks. in: Molthan-Hill, P., Luna, H., Wall, T., Puntha, H. and Baden, D. (ed.) Storytelling for Sustainability in Higher Education: An Educator's Handbook Routledge. pp. 386-398

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.

Education for sustainability in early childhood education: sustainability transformation through collaboration

Kemp, N. and Bolshaw, P. 2020. Education for sustainability in early childhood education: sustainability transformation through collaboration. in: Prioritizing Sustainability Education: A Comprehensive Approach Abingdon Routledge. pp. 161-175

The educational potential of the Harmony Project

Kemp, N., Pagden, A. and J. Marshall. 2019. The educational potential of the Harmony Project. Canterbury Christ Church University.

Views from the staffroom: Forest School in English primary schools

Kemp, N. 2019. Views from the staffroom: Forest School in English primary schools . Journal of Adventure Education & Outdoor Learning. 20 (4), pp. 369-380. https://doi.org/10.1080/14729679.2019.1697712

The place of forest school in English primary schools: senior leader perspectives

Kemp, N. and Pagden, A. 2018. The place of forest school in English primary schools: senior leader perspectives. Education 3-13. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004279.2018.1499791

Curriculum review of ESD at CCCU: a case study in health and wellbeing

Consorte-McCrea, A., Griggs, C. and Kemp, N. 2017. Curriculum review of ESD at CCCU: a case study in health and wellbeing. in: Leal Filho, W. (ed.) Implementing Sustainability in the Curriculum of Universities: Approaches, Methods and Projects Springer. pp. 247-262

Review 'the Palgrave international handbook of alternative education. edited by Helen E. Lees and Nel Noddings. Macmillan Publishers Ltd: London 2016'

Kemp, N. 2017. Review 'the Palgrave international handbook of alternative education. edited by Helen E. Lees and Nel Noddings. Macmillan Publishers Ltd: London 2016'. British Journal of Educational Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/00071005.2017.1381432

Inside out and upside down (Learning, Teaching and Research strand)

Vujakovic, P. and Kemp, N. 2014. Inside out and upside down (Learning, Teaching and Research strand). 18th Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges Annual Conference. Nottingham Trent University

The ‘connecting children and nature network’: building a collaborative partnership for change

Kemp, N. 2015. The ‘connecting children and nature network’: building a collaborative partnership for change. Local Economy. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269094215578225

It’s contagious! developing sustainability perspectives in academic life at a UK university

Scoffham, S. and Kemp, N. 2014. It’s contagious! developing sustainability perspectives in academic life at a UK university. in: Integrating Sustainability Thinking in Science and Engineering Curricula, Switzerland Springer. pp. 89-102
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