In this fully updated fifth edition of this much-loved textbook, students will be introduced to different ways of looking at education, supported by links to classic and contemporary research.
Built around the essential themes of psychology, history, policy and sociology that underpin Education Studies courses, key updates include:
· New 'Applying Critical Evaluation' tasks to help develop your analytical skills
· Analysis of recent curriculum developments including EY assessment, Ebacc and T-levels
· Examination of education policy up to, and including, 2019
· Enhanced discussion of educational neuroscience and the science of learning
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Steve Bartlett is honorary research fellow at Liverpool Hope University. A former Professor of Education Studies and programme leader at the Universities of Wolverhampton and Chester, he led the development of the subject at undergraduate and postgraduate level for many years, chairing the Subject Benchmarking Review Committee for QAA. A founder member and the first Chair of the British Education Studies Association (BESA), he edited the BESA journal for several years. Steve taught Sociology at secondary level for fifteen years from the mid Seventies.
Steve has a Masters and PhD in teacher professionalism and has supervised and examined many doctoral theses as well as externally validating and examining Education Studies at a number of Universities.He has written several education books and articles in the areas of research methods, lifelong learning, teacher development and gender.
Diana Burton is Visiting Professor of Education at the University of Wolverhampton, having formerly led education research at the university. She has held senior leadership and professorial posts at 3 universities, including both Pro Vice-Chancellor for research and Dean of Education posts at Liverpool John Moores University. She was Head of School at Manchester Metropolitan University where she worked for many years leading teacher education programmes having originally been a secondary school teacher of Humanities for over a decade.
Diana has a Masters and PhD in the field of Educational Psychology and continues to examine doctoral theses and advise education departments across the sector. She is the author of several education books and chapters and has written over 70 research articles on pupil learning, teacher development, teacher education policy, educating children with behavioural, emotional and social disadvantage and citizenship education. She is a fellow of the Royal Academy for the Society of the Arts and the Higher Education Academy and is an active member of the British Education Research Association, including as a committee chair.
Part 1: Education Studies - An introduction to the field of study
Chapter 1: What is education studies?
Chapter 2: The nature of education
Chapter 3: Researching education
Part 2: Political and historical dimension of education
Chapter 4: A modern history of schooling
Chapter 5: Curriculum
Chapter 6: Politics and policy in education
Chapter 7: Globalisation and comparative education
Part 3: Achievement in education
Chapter 8: Individual achievement: major psychological theories
Chapter 9: Education and psychological research
Chapter 10: Social factors, gender, ethnicity and achievement
Chapter 11: Organising teaching and learning
Chapter 12: Conclusion: education - a contested enterprise
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