Early Years Training and Qualifications in England: Issues for policy and practice

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Osgood, J., Elwick, A., Robertson, L., Sakr, M. and Wilson, D. 2017. Early Years Training and Qualifications in England: Issues for policy and practice. TACTYC.
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TitleEarly Years Training and Qualifications in England: Issues for policy and practice
AuthorsOsgood, J., Elwick, A., Robertson, L., Sakr, M. and Wilson, D.
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Posthuman transgressions: exploring our connections with/to childhood in the post-antropocene
Osgood, J. 2015. Posthuman transgressions: exploring our connections with/to childhood in the post-antropocene. 23rd International Reconceptualising Early Childhood Education Conference. Dublin, Ireland 24 - 28 Oct 2015
Reconfiguring quality in ECEC
Osgood, J. 2015. Reconfiguring quality in ECEC. TACTYC Annual Conference. Birmingham
Education businesses and the business of education
Osgood, J. 2016. Education businesses and the business of education. CERS Research Seminar. Middlesex University 01 Jun 2016
Early years qualifications and training: research seminar considering the future
Osgood, J. 2016. Early years qualifications and training: research seminar considering the future. TACTYC Research Seminar. Middlesex University 03 Jun 2016
Shaking the foundations of quality
Osgood, J. 2016. Shaking the foundations of quality. Education Research Seminar Series. Edgehill University 13 Jun 2016
Symposium: Storying subversive tactics: working with feminist theories and methods that do not fit conventional models and expectations of research in education
Osgood, J., Taylor, C., Scantlebury, K. and Gannon, S. 2016. Symposium: Storying subversive tactics: working with feminist theories and methods that do not fit conventional models and expectations of research in education. Gender and Education Association Interim Conference: Gender Equality Matters: Education, Intersectionality and Nationalism. Linkoping, Sweden 15 - 17 Jun 2016
Affective methodologies in early childhood research: adventures in ethical recklessness?
Osgood, J. 2016. Affective methodologies in early childhood research: adventures in ethical recklessness? Performing Methodologies in Early Years Research. Oslo, Norway 16 Jun 2016
2-Curious (Part 1): experimentations and connection, critique and creation in early childhood
Osgood, J. 2016. 2-Curious (Part 1): experimentations and connection, critique and creation in early childhood. British Educational Research Association Annual Conference (BERA 2016). University of Leeds, UK 13 - 15 Sep 2016
Affective methodologies in early childhood research workshop
Osgood, J. 2016. Affective methodologies in early childhood research workshop. Performing Methodologies in Early Years Research Network. Oslo, Norway 27 - 28 Oct 2016
"There's still a long way to go", beyond bewilderment towards a hopeful reconfiguration of Early Years qualifications
Osgood, J. 2016. "There's still a long way to go", beyond bewilderment towards a hopeful reconfiguration of Early Years qualifications. TACTYC Annual Conference. Great Portland St, London 19 Nov 2016
Reconfiguring quality in early childhood
Osgood, J. 2016. Reconfiguring quality in early childhood. Education Research Centre and School of Education Seminar Series. University of Brighton 24 Nov 2016
Experimenting to find more generative approaches to/within/for early childhood education
Osgood, J. 2017. Experimenting to find more generative approaches to/within/for early childhood education. 1st European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry. Leuven, Belgium 07 - 10 Feb 2017
Doing mapping becoming in early childhood research
Osgood, J. 2017. Doing mapping becoming in early childhood research. 45th Congress of the Nordic Education Research Association (NERA 2017). Copenhagen 23 - 25 Mar 2017
Revisiting professionalism and reconfiguring quality in early childhood education
Osgood, J. 2017. Revisiting professionalism and reconfiguring quality in early childhood education. Leading Change in Early Childhood Education: Critical and Bottom-Up Perspectives of Teacher Professionalism Public Symposium. Education University, Hong Kong 26 May 2017
"Quick, come! There is something really Chinese-y going on in the baby room right now": towards generative research practices in early childhood
Osgood, J. 2017. "Quick, come! There is something really Chinese-y going on in the baby room right now": towards generative research practices in early childhood. Montessori Asia Conference 2017. Hong Kong 20 - 21 May 2017
Affective methodologies in early childhood research: adventures in ethical recklessness?
Osgood, J. 2017. Affective methodologies in early childhood research: adventures in ethical recklessness? ESRI Research Seminar Series. Manchester Metropolitan University 08 Nov 2017
Opening Pandora's box: postmodernist perspectives of childhood
Osgood, J. 2017. Opening Pandora's box: postmodernist perspectives of childhood. in: Powell, S. and Smith, K. (ed.) An Introduction to Early Childhood Studies London Sage. pp. 261-270
Early career research workshop: the secret life of journal articles: selecting, writing, reviewing, revising
Osgood, J. 2017. Early career research workshop: the secret life of journal articles: selecting, writing, reviewing, revising. Gender & Education Association 12th Biennial Conference. Middlesex University, London, UK. 20 Jun 2017
Early Years Teacher and Early Years Educator: a scoping study of the impact, experiences and associated issues of recent early years qualifications and training in England
Osgood, J., Elwick, A., Robertson, L., Sakr, M. and Wilson, D. 2017. Early Years Teacher and Early Years Educator: a scoping study of the impact, experiences and associated issues of recent early years qualifications and training in England. TACTYC.
Celebrating pioneering and contemporary feminist approaches to studying gender in early childhood
Osgood, J. and Robinson, K. 2017. Celebrating pioneering and contemporary feminist approaches to studying gender in early childhood. in: Smith, K., Alexander, K. and Campbell, S. (ed.) Feminism(s) in Early Childhood: Using Feminist Theories in Research and Practice Springer.
Editorial
Andersen, C., Osgood, J. and Otterstad, A. 2016. Editorial. Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology. 7 (1). https://doi.org/10.7577/rerm.1930
Editorial
Otterstad, A. and Osgood, J. 2015. Editorial. Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology. 6 (1). https://doi.org/10.7577/rerm.1508
Editorial
Otterstad, A., Osgood, J., Bloch, M., Taguchi, H., Sandvik, N. and Bustos, M. 2014. Editorial. Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology. 5 (2). https://doi.org/10.7577/rerm.1216
A manifesto for real lasting change
Osgood, J. 2012. A manifesto for real lasting change. Early Years Educator. 13 (12), pp. 12-12. https://doi.org/10.12968/eyed.2012.13.12.12a
What are the benefits of study support? A review of opinion and research
Sharp, C. and Osgood, J. 2000. What are the benefits of study support? A review of opinion and research. Educational Review. 52 (3), pp. 239-247. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131910050166647
Dark play in digital playscapes
Osgood, J., Sakr, M. and de Rijke, V. 2017. Dark play in digital playscapes. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood. 18 (2), pp. 109-113. https://doi.org/10.1177/1463949117714074
Worthwhile work? Childcare, feminist ethics and cooperative research practices
Andrew, Y., Corr, L., Lent, C., O’Brien, M., Osgood, J. and Boyd, M. 2018. Worthwhile work? Childcare, feminist ethics and cooperative research practices. Gender and Education. 30 (5), pp. 553-568. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540253.2016.1247948
Re-imagining anti-bias education as worldly entanglement
Osgood, J., Scarlett, R., De Clisson, J., Longstocking, A. and O'Malley, G. 2016. Re-imagining anti-bias education as worldly entanglement. in: Scarlett, R. (ed.) The Anti-Bias Approach in Early Childhood Sydney, Australia Multiverse Publishing. pp. 183-203
Exploring whole body interaction and design for museums
Price, S., Sakr, M. and Jewitt, C. 2016. Exploring whole body interaction and design for museums. Interacting with Computers. 28 (5), pp. 569-583. https://doi.org/10.1093/iwc/iwv032
Mobile experiences of historical place: a multimodal analysis of emotional engagement
Sakr, M., Jewitt, C. and Price, S. 2016. Mobile experiences of historical place: a multimodal analysis of emotional engagement. Journal of the Learning Sciences. 25 (1), pp. 51-92. https://doi.org/10.1080/10508406.2015.1115761
Digital technologies in early childhood art: enabling playful experiences
Sakr, M. 2017. Digital technologies in early childhood art: enabling playful experiences. London Bloomsbury.
Imitative or Iconoclastic? How young children use ready-made images in digital art
Sakr, M., Connelly, V. and Wild, M. 2015. Imitative or Iconoclastic? How young children use ready-made images in digital art. The International Journal of Art and Design Education. https://doi.org/10.1111/jade.12104
Reimagining quality in early childhood [Editorial]
Jones, L., Osgood, J., Holmes, R. and Urban, M. 2016. Reimagining quality in early childhood [Editorial]. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood. 17 (1), pp. 3-7. https://doi.org/10.1177/1463949115627912
Interesting times: a short introduction from the new editorial team of Gender and Education
Taylor, C., Gannon, S., Osgood, J. and Scantlebury, K. 2016. Interesting times: a short introduction from the new editorial team of Gender and Education. Gender and Education. 28 (7), pp. 821-822. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540253.2016.1245475
Rethinking 'professionalism' in the early years: English perspectives
Osgood, J. 2006. Rethinking 'professionalism' in the early years: English perspectives. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood. 7 (1), pp. 1-4. https://doi.org/10.2304/ciec.2006.7.1.1
Editorial [special virtual issue: feminism in educational research]
Osgood, J. and Maxwell, C. 2015. Editorial [special virtual issue: feminism in educational research]. British Educational Research Journal.
'Relationship between national and local evaluations' in respect of the Sure Start Euston evaluation
Osgood, J. 2002. 'Relationship between national and local evaluations' in respect of the Sure Start Euston evaluation. UK Evaluation Society Conference: The Art of Evaluation: Artistry, Discipline and Delivery. South Bank Centre, London Dec 2002
The effect of New Labour's managerialist policies on the professional status and identity of the early years workforce
Osgood, J. 2003. The effect of New Labour's managerialist policies on the professional status and identity of the early years workforce. BERA Annual Conference. Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom 11 - 13 Sep 2003
Why should I care? One educarer's personal narrative in a climate of political spin
Osgood, J. 2004. Why should I care? One educarer's personal narrative in a climate of political spin. To Think is to Experiment: Gender and Education Association Research Day. Centre for Narrative Research, University of East London
Time to get down to business?
Osgood, J. 2004. Time to get down to business? Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education 12th Annual Conference: Troubling Identities. Oslo, Norway May 2004
Gendered identities and work experience
Osgood, J. 2004. Gendered identities and work experience. BERA. Manchester, UMIST
Deconstructing professionalism in the early years
Osgood, J. 2004. Deconstructing professionalism in the early years. Rethinking Professionalism Seminar Series. London Metropolitan University, London, United Kingdom Nov 2004
'What do you do with white working-class kids who think school's a lot of nonsense?' Contrasting constructions of 'under-performance' by teachers, pupils and parents
Osgood, J. 2005. 'What do you do with white working-class kids who think school's a lot of nonsense?' Contrasting constructions of 'under-performance' by teachers, pupils and parents. 5th Annual Gender and Education Conference. Cardiff, United Kingdom 29 - 31 Mar 2005
In my day things were different: varying generational constructions of being a woman teacher
Osgood, J. 2005. In my day things were different: varying generational constructions of being a woman teacher. 5th Annual Gender and Education Conference. Cardiff, United Kingdom 29 - 31 Mar 2005
A private sector model in childcare
Osgood, J. 2005. A private sector model in childcare. ESRC Privatisation Seminar. Institute of Education, London, UK 05 May 2005
It's always us that get the touchy-feely roles: gendered professional teacher identities and the role of emotion in career progression
Osgood, J. 2005. It's always us that get the touchy-feely roles: gendered professional teacher identities and the role of emotion in career progression. Gender, Work and Organisation, 4th International Interdisciplinary Conference. Keele University 22 - 24 Jun 2005
Deconstructing 'professionalism' in the early years: resisting the regulatory gaze
Osgood, J. 2005. Deconstructing 'professionalism' in the early years: resisting the regulatory gaze. Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education 13th Annual Conference: Language(s) in Childhood(s). Madison, WI, USA 2005
Engaging in subversive activities: mapping the fabricated identities of childminders
Osgood, J. 2006. Engaging in subversive activities: mapping the fabricated identities of childminders. 5th Annual Conference Discourse, Power and Resistance (DPR5). Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK 20 - 22 Apr 2006
Examining the colonisation of early years workers within the English context
Osgood, J. 2006. Examining the colonisation of early years workers within the English context. 16th EECERA Annual Conference on 'Democracy and culture in early childhood education'. Reykjavik, Iceland 30 Aug - 02 Sep 2006
Early childhood education
Osgood, J. 2007. Early childhood education. in: Myers, K., Taylor, H., Adler, S. and Leonard, D. (ed.) Genderwatch: Still Watching... Stoke on Trent Trentham Books. pp. 156-160
Professionalism and performativity: the feminist challenge facing early years practitioners
Osgood, J. 2007. Professionalism and performativity: the feminist challenge facing early years practitioners. in: Wood, E. (ed.) The Routledge Reader in Early Childhood Education Abingdon Routledge. pp. 271-284
Professional identities in the nursery: contested terrain
Osgood, J. 2010. Professional identities in the nursery: contested terrain. in: Robb, M. and Thomson, R. (ed.) Critical Practice with Children and Young People Milton Keynes Policy Press | Open University. pp. 233-248
Contested constructions of professionalism within the nursery
Osgood, J. 2010. Contested constructions of professionalism within the nursery. in: Miller, L. and Cable, C. (ed.) Professionalization, Leadership and Management in the Early Years. Critical Issues in Early Years London Sage. pp. 107-118
Dialogue or duel? A critical reflection on the gendered politics of engaging and impacting
Quinn, J., Allen, K., Hollingworth, S., Maylor, U., Osgood, J. and Rose, A. 2014. Dialogue or duel? A critical reflection on the gendered politics of engaging and impacting. in: Taylor, Y. (ed.) The Entrepreneurial University: Engaging Publics, Intersecting Impacts London Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 202-222
Challenges and possibilities: engaging 'hard to reach' families with young children
Albon, D., Allen, K., Hollingworth, S. and Osgood, J. 2013. Challenges and possibilities: engaging 'hard to reach' families with young children. in: Harrison, C. and Mullen, P. (ed.) Reaching out : music education with 'hard to reach' children and young people London The UK Association for Music Education - Music Mark.
Playing with gender: making space for post-human childhood(s)
Osgood, J. 2014. Playing with gender: making space for post-human childhood(s). in: Moyles, J., Payler, J. and Georgeson, J. (ed.) Early Years Foundations: Critical Issues Milton Keynes, UK Open University Press. pp. 191-202
Reimagining gender and play
Osgood, J. 2015. Reimagining gender and play. in: Moyles, J. (ed.) The Excellence of Play Maidenhead McGraw Hill Education Open University Press. pp. 49-60
Postmodernist theorizing in ECEC: making the familiar strange in pursuit of social justice
Osgood, J. 2015. Postmodernist theorizing in ECEC: making the familiar strange in pursuit of social justice. in: David, T., Goouch, K. and Powell, S. (ed.) The Routledge International Handbook of Philosophies and Theories of Early Childhood Education and Care London and New York Routledge. pp. 157-164
Reconfiguring motherhoods: transmogrifying the maternal entanglements of feminist academics
Osgood, J., Giugni, M. and Bhopal, K. 2016. Reconfiguring motherhoods: transmogrifying the maternal entanglements of feminist academics. in: Scott, K. and Henwood, A. (ed.) Women Education Scholars and Their Children's Schooling London Routledge.
Reconfiguring 'quality': beyond discourses and subjectivities to matter, bodies and becomings in early childhood education
Osgood, J. and Giugni, M. 2016. Reconfiguring 'quality': beyond discourses and subjectivities to matter, bodies and becomings in early childhood education. in: Cannella, G., Salazar Perez, M. and Lee, I. (ed.) Critical Examinations of Quality in Early Education and Care: Regulation, Disqualification, and Erasure New York Peter Lang.
Learning to read ‘properly’ by moving between parallel literacy classes
Robertson, L. 2006. Learning to read ‘properly’ by moving between parallel literacy classes. Language and education. 20 (1), pp. 44-61. https://doi.org/10.1080/09500780608668709
Child-initiated pedagogies in Finland, Estonia and England: exploring young children’s views on decisions [conference item]
Robertson, L. 2015. Child-initiated pedagogies in Finland, Estonia and England: exploring young children’s views on decisions [conference item]. Early Years Research Festival. University of Northampton, Northampton, United Kingdom 17 Jun 2015
Narratives from the nursery: exploring issues of power in research
Osgood, J. 2007. Narratives from the nursery: exploring issues of power in research. Life Histories / Women's Histories Conference. University of Sussex Feb 2007
Other(ed)-mothering: motherhood discourses and the formation of a 'professional' nursery worker identity
Osgood, J. 2008. Other(ed)-mothering: motherhood discourses and the formation of a 'professional' nursery worker identity. The Educated Family? Seminar Series. London Metropolitan University Apr 2008
Narratives from the nursery: deconstructing childhood discourse to better understand 'professional' practice
Osgood, J. 2008. Narratives from the nursery: deconstructing childhood discourse to better understand 'professional' practice. 18th EECERA Annual Conference on 'Reconsidering the basics in early childhood education'. Stavanger, Norway 03 - 06 Sep 2008
Narratives from the nursery: problematising claims to 'give voice'
Osgood, J. 2008. Narratives from the nursery: problematising claims to 'give voice'. School of Education Research Seminars. University of Roehampton, London 01 Oct 2008
Motherhood as non-ambition?: Negotiating maternal subjectivities
Osgood, J. and Allen, K. 2009. Motherhood as non-ambition?: Negotiating maternal subjectivities. 8th Conference of the Discourse, Power, Resistance Series (DPR8): Power and the Academy. Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester 06 - 08 Apr 2009
'Imagined childhoods' it's a frame up: what it means to 'know' the child
Osgood, J. 2009. 'Imagined childhoods' it's a frame up: what it means to 'know' the child. Gender and Education Association Conference - Gender: Regulation and Resistance in Education. Institute of Education, London 25 - 29 Mar 2009
Feminist reflections from the field: the thorny issue of power in research relationships
Osgood, J. 2009. Feminist reflections from the field: the thorny issue of power in research relationships. IPSE Post Graduate Research Seminar Series. London Metropolitan University, United Kingdom 09 Mar 2009
Reconceptualising children's empowerment in early years daycare provision: a comparative analysis
Osgood, J. 2009. Reconceptualising children's empowerment in early years daycare provision: a comparative analysis. 9th European Sociological Association Conference. ISCTE - Lisbon University Institute, Lisbon Sep 2009
Negotiating maternal subjectivities: the impact of neo-liberalism on normative forms of female subjectivity
Osgood, J. 2011. Negotiating maternal subjectivities: the impact of neo-liberalism on normative forms of female subjectivity. Gender and Education Association Conference - Gender and Education: Past, Present and Future. Exeter University, United Kingdom Apr 2011
Narrative methods: (re)-considering claims to give voice
Osgood, J. 2011. Narrative methods: (re)-considering claims to give voice. Dialogues in Research & Practice Seminar. University of Western Sydney, Australia 05 Aug 2011
Deconstructing professionalism in early childhood education and care
Osgood, J. 2011. Deconstructing professionalism in early childhood education and care. Activating Early Childhood Education Seminar. University of Western Sydney, Australia 04 Aug 2011
Engaging ''hard to reach'' families in ECEC services: post-colonial interpretations
Osgood, J. 2011. Engaging ''hard to reach'' families in ECEC services: post-colonial interpretations. Mobilising Discourses in Child and Family Services Seminar. University of Western Sydney, Australia 03 Aug 2011
Professional identities in the nursery: 'managed hearts'?
Osgood, J. 2011. Professional identities in the nursery: 'managed hearts'? 19th Reconceptualizing Early Childhood Education Conference: Politics of Care: Sharing Knowledges, Love and Solidarity. University of East London, London, United Kigdom 25 - 29 Oct 2011
Reconceptualising the notion of 'hard to reach': the dilemmas of engaging families
Osgood, J. 2012. Reconceptualising the notion of 'hard to reach': the dilemmas of engaging families. British Education Research Association Annual Conference. Manchester, United Kingdom 04 - 06 Sep 2012
Gove's unique child: doing diversity and being diverse
Osgood, J. 2013. Gove's unique child: doing diversity and being diverse. Gender and Education Association Biennial Conference: Compelling Diversities, Educational Intersections: Policy, Practice, Parity. London Southbank University, United Kingdom 23 - 26 Apr 2013
Negotiating motherhood in the academy: the maternal subjectivities of feminist academics in austere times
Osgood, J. and Bhopal, K. 2013. Negotiating motherhood in the academy: the maternal subjectivities of feminist academics in austere times. Gender and Education Association Biennial Conference: Compelling Diversities, Educational Intersections: Policy, Practice, Parity. London Southbank University, United Kingdom 23 - 26 Apr 2013
Negotiating professional identities in early childhood
Osgood, J. 2013. Negotiating professional identities in early childhood. Honoring the Child, Honoring Equity Conference 13: Narratives of Equity. University of Melbourne, Australia 15 - 16 Nov 2013
Mum's the word: motherhood discourses and the formation of professional nursery worker identities
Osgood, J. 2013. Mum's the word: motherhood discourses and the formation of professional nursery worker identities. Honoring the Child, Honoring Equity Conference 13: Narratives of Equity. University of Melbourne, Australia 15 - 16 Nov 2013
(Re)-assembling transformations of class and gender: respectable becomings within/through early childhood education
Osgood, J. 2014. (Re)-assembling transformations of class and gender: respectable becomings within/through early childhood education. Inaugural Lecture. London Metropolitan University, London, UK 20 Mar 2014
Playing with gender: making space for post-human childhood(s)
Osgood, J. 2014. Playing with gender: making space for post-human childhood(s). University of Plymouth Research Conference. Plymouth, UK Apr 2014
Policy, professionalism, pay, power: early years workers be(com)ing actively resistant?
Osgood, J. 2014. Policy, professionalism, pay, power: early years workers be(com)ing actively resistant? KEY Partnership Research Day. London Metropolitan University, London, UK Apr 2014
Reconfiguring quality and professionalism in early childhood education
Osgood, J. 2014. Reconfiguring quality and professionalism in early childhood education. Guest Lecture. University of Auckland, New Zealand Jun 2014
Deconstructing professionalism / reconfiguring quality in early childhood
Osgood, J. 2014. Deconstructing professionalism / reconfiguring quality in early childhood. Workshop. University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand Jun 2014
Reconfiguring gender: playing with feminist material possibilities in early childhood
Osgood, J. 2014. Reconfiguring gender: playing with feminist material possibilities in early childhood. Guest Lecture. University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand Jun 2014
Reconfiguring 'quality' in early childhood education
Osgood, J. 2014. Reconfiguring 'quality' in early childhood education. Social Justice in Early Childhood Conference. Sydney, Australia Jun 2014
Time to reconfigure quality in early childhood?
Osgood, J. 2014. Time to reconfigure quality in early childhood? SEEYC Celebration Event. University of Chichester Jul 2014
Playing with gender: making space for diverse (post-human) childhood(s) in the early years
Osgood, J. 2014. Playing with gender: making space for diverse (post-human) childhood(s) in the early years. ESRC Critical Diversities Conference. Weeks Centre for Social & Policy Research, LSBU 10 Jul 2014
Re-assembling 'quality': mapping professional bodies and becomings in early childhood education
Osgood, J. 2014. Re-assembling 'quality': mapping professional bodies and becomings in early childhood education. BERA Annual Conference 2014. Institute of Education, London, United Kingdom 23 - 25 Sep 2014
'Theory as method: putting posthumanist and material feminist concepts to work in early childhood research', researching the assemblage of methodology/ies at work
Osgood, J. 2014. 'Theory as method: putting posthumanist and material feminist concepts to work in early childhood research', researching the assemblage of methodology/ies at work. MEYR (Methodologies in Early Years Research) Network. Oslo, Norway 16 Oct 2014
Revisiting quality in early childhood education
Osgood, J. 2014. Revisiting quality in early childhood education. Early Childhood Studies (ECS) Degree Network AGM. London Metropolitan University, London, United Kingdom 28 Nov 2014
'A game of cat's cradle: reconfiguring early childhood education with Haraway', researching the assemblage of methodology/ies at work
Osgood, J. 2015. 'A game of cat's cradle: reconfiguring early childhood education with Haraway', researching the assemblage of methodology/ies at work. Performing Methodologies in Early Years Research Network. Oslo, Norway 15 Jun 2015
Uncertain negotiations: developing the methodology of a cross-disciplinary, multi-method, transnational approach to studying the value of early childhood education and care work
Andrew, Y., Boyd, M., Corr, L., Lent, C., O'Brien, M., Osgood, J. and Uttal, L. 2015. Uncertain negotiations: developing the methodology of a cross-disciplinary, multi-method, transnational approach to studying the value of early childhood education and care work. 10th Biennial Conference of the Gender and Education Association. University of Roehampton, London, United Kingdom 23 - 26 Jun 2015
What can a too tutu do? Reconfiguring gender in early childhood
Osgood, J. and Giugni, M. 2015. What can a too tutu do? Reconfiguring gender in early childhood. 10th Biennial Conference of the Gender and Education Association. University of Roehampton, London, United Kingdom 23 - 26 Jun 2015
Reconfiguring quality in early childhood: chronicling 'act'ivism through anarchy
Longstocking, A., De Clisson, J., O'Malley, G., Osgood, J. and Giugni, M. 2015. Reconfiguring quality in early childhood: chronicling 'act'ivism through anarchy. Throwing the Baby Out With the Bathwater 12: Gender and the Arts, Social Justice in Early Childhood Annual Conference. Sydney, Australia 18 Jul 2015
Reconfiguring quality in early childhood: beyond discourses and subjectivities to becoming
Osgood, J. 2015. Reconfiguring quality in early childhood: beyond discourses and subjectivities to becoming. The Big Childcare Conversation. Middlesex University, London, United Kingdom 19 Sep 2015
Headteachers' main concerns - Annual survey of trends in education. Digest No. 5
Osgood, J. and Keys, W. 1998. Headteachers' main concerns - Annual survey of trends in education. Digest No. 5. Slough, UK NFER.
The benefits of study support: a review of opinion and research. Research report 110
Sharp, C., Osgood, J. and Flanagan, N. 1999. The benefits of study support: a review of opinion and research. Research report 110. Department for Education and Employment.
Developing early education and childcare services for the 21st century
Osgood, J. and Sharp, C. 2000. Developing early education and childcare services for the 21st century. Slough NFER.
Alternative education provision at key stage four. Research report 12
Cullen, M., Fletcher-Campell, F., Bowen, E., Osgood, J. and Kelleher, S. 2000. Alternative education provision at key stage four. Research report 12. Slough NFER.
Delivering a work-focused service: views and experiences of clients. Research report no. 167
Osgood, J., Stone, V. and Thomas, A. 2002. Delivering a work-focused service: views and experiences of clients. Research report no. 167. Leeds Department for Work and Pensions..
An evaluation of the jobseekers' basic skills pilot
Thomas, A. and Osgood, J. 2002. An evaluation of the jobseekers' basic skills pilot. Department for Education and Skills.
Assessing the business skills of early years, childcare and playwork providers
Osgood, J. and Stone, V. 2002. Assessing the business skills of early years, childcare and playwork providers. Department for Education and Skills.
ONE evaluation: summary of service delivery findings. Research report no.108
Osgood, J., Dempsey, S., Jones, G. and Solon, R. 2003. ONE evaluation: summary of service delivery findings. Research report no.108. Department for Work and Pensions..
Developing the business skills of childcare professionals: an evaluation of business support programmes
Osgood, J. 2003. Developing the business skills of childcare professionals: an evaluation of business support programmes. Department for Education and Skills.
Sure Start Euston: an evaluation of the home visiting service
Osgood, J. 2003. Sure Start Euston: an evaluation of the home visiting service. Sure Start Programme.
Gender equality in work experience placements for young people
Francis, B., Osgood, J., Dalgety, J. and Archer, L. 2005. Gender equality in work experience placements for young people. Equal Opportunities Commission.
Women teachers and the glass ceiling
Moreau, M., Osgood, J. and Halsall, A. 2005. Women teachers and the glass ceiling. Higher Education European Social Fund.
Sure Start north west Kensington: an evaluation of the home visiting team
Osgood, J. and James, K. 2005. Sure Start north west Kensington: an evaluation of the home visiting team. Sure Start Programme.
Sure Start Golborne: an evaluation of the home visiting team
Osgood, J. and James, K. 2005. Sure Start Golborne: an evaluation of the home visiting team. Sure Start Programme.
Parent support in Sure Start: an evaluation of the family links nurturing programme
Osgood, J. and James, K. 2006. Parent support in Sure Start: an evaluation of the family links nurturing programme. Sure Start Programme.
Evaluation of home visiting in South Kensington and Chelsea: interim report
Osgood, J. and James, K. 2006. Evaluation of home visiting in South Kensington and Chelsea: interim report. Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Evaluation of home visiting in South Kensington and Chelsea: final report
James, K. and Osgood, J. 2007. Evaluation of home visiting in South Kensington and Chelsea: final report. Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Parenting support: literature review and evidence paper for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea [Report commissioned by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea]
Hollingworth, S. and Osgood, J. 2007. Parenting support: literature review and evidence paper for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea [Report commissioned by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea]. London IPSE.
Manageable and strategic approaches to CPD
Hutchings, M., Osgood, J., Allen, K., Williams, K. and Maylor, U. 2009. Manageable and strategic approaches to CPD. General Teaching Council for England.
An evaluation of the Kensington and Chelsea sleep clinic pilot
Osgood, J., Rose, A. and Allen, K. 2010. An evaluation of the Kensington and Chelsea sleep clinic pilot. London IPSE.
Engaging 'hard to reach' parents in early years music making
Osgood, J., Albon, D., Allen, K. and Hollingworth, S. 2013. Engaging 'hard to reach' parents in early years music making. London Youth Music.
Book review: Critical Issues in early childhood education, Yelland, N (ed) (2005) Open University Press
Osgood, J. 2006. Book review: Critical Issues in early childhood education, Yelland, N (ed) (2005) Open University Press. Pedagogy, Society and Culture.
Narratives from the nursery: negotiating professional identities in early childhood
Osgood, J. 2011. Narratives from the nursery: negotiating professional identities in early childhood. London Routledge.
Time to get down to business? The responses of early years practitioners to entrepreneurial approaches to professionalism
Osgood, J. 2004. Time to get down to business? The responses of early years practitioners to entrepreneurial approaches to professionalism. Journal of Early Childhood Research. 2 (1), pp. 5-24. https://doi.org/10.1177/1476718X0421001
Deconstructing professionalism in the early childhood education: resisting the regulatory gaze
Osgood, J. 2006. Deconstructing professionalism in the early childhood education: resisting the regulatory gaze. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood. 7 (1), pp. 5-14. https://doi.org/10.2304/ciec.2006.7.1.5
Rethinking ‘professionalism’ in the early years: perspectives from the United Kingdom [Editorial]
Osgood, J. 2006. Rethinking ‘professionalism’ in the early years: perspectives from the United Kingdom [Editorial]. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood. 7 (1), pp. 1-4. https://doi.org/10.2304/ciec.2006.7.1.1
Professionalism and performativity: the feminist challenge facing early years practitioners
Osgood, J. 2006. Professionalism and performativity: the feminist challenge facing early years practitioners. Early Years. 26 (2), pp. 187-199. https://doi.org/10.1080/09575140600759997
Mapping the fabricated identity of childminders: pride and prejudice
Jones, L. and Osgood, J. 2007. Mapping the fabricated identity of childminders: pride and prejudice. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood. 8 (4), pp. 289-300. https://doi.org/10.2304/ciec.2007.8.4.289
Young women negotiating maternal subjectivities: the significance of social class
Allen, K. and Osgood, J. 2009. Young women negotiating maternal subjectivities: the significance of social class. Studies in the Maternal. 1 (2), pp. 1-17. https://doi.org/10.16995/sim.104
'Hard to reach' or nomadic resistance? Families 'choosing' not to participate in early childhood services
Osgood, J., Albon, D., Allen, K. and Hollingworth, S. 2013. 'Hard to reach' or nomadic resistance? Families 'choosing' not to participate in early childhood services. Global Studies of Childhood. 3 (3), pp. 208-220. https://doi.org/10.2304/gsch.2013.3.3.208
Putting posthumanist theory to work to reconfigure gender in early childhood: when theory becomes method becomes art
Osgood, J. and Giugni, M. 2015. Putting posthumanist theory to work to reconfigure gender in early childhood: when theory becomes method becomes art. Global Studies of Childhood. 5 (3), pp. 346-360. https://doi.org/10.1177/2043610615597160
Child-father creative text-making at home with crayons, iPad, collage & PC
Kucirkova, N. and Sakr, M. 2015. Child-father creative text-making at home with crayons, iPad, collage & PC. Thinking Skills and Creativity. 17, pp. 59-73. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tsc.2015.05.003
Collaborative creativity to enhance wellbeing in early years settings
Sakr, M. 2015. Collaborative creativity to enhance wellbeing in early years settings. EECERA 2015. Barcelona
Parent-child closeness in art-making with digital and non-digital technologies
Sakr, M. 2015. Parent-child closeness in art-making with digital and non-digital technologies. EECERA 2015. Barcelona
Exploring and extending practitioner responses to young children’s art-making
Sakr, M. 2015. Exploring and extending practitioner responses to young children’s art-making. BERA 2015. Belfast
Collaborative creativity in digital text-making: challenging notions of personal ownership
Sakr, M. 2015. Collaborative creativity in digital text-making: challenging notions of personal ownership. Doncaster University Conference: Digital Pedagogies.
Schematic or subversive? Ready-made imagery in children’s digital art-making
Sakr, M. 2015. Schematic or subversive? Ready-made imagery in children’s digital art-making. Sheffield University Symposium on Childhood & The Digital Age.
Making the ‘here’ and ‘now’: rethinking children’s digital photography with Deleuzian concepts
Sakr, M. 2015. Making the ‘here’ and ‘now’: rethinking children’s digital photography with Deleuzian concepts. in: Hackett, A., Proctor, L. and Seymour, J. (ed.) Children’s Spatialities: Embodiment, emotions and agency Basingstoke Emerald.
Teaching for transformation, diversity and equality, in the teacher education system in England
Robertson, L. 2014. Teaching for transformation, diversity and equality, in the teacher education system in England. International Conference on Transformative Education: Possibilities and Alternatives to the Educational Crisis. South Asian University, Delhi, India Mar 2014
Ethnography of an early years teacher – working with young multilingual children and their families in a nursery class in London
Robertson, L. and Drury, R. 2014. Ethnography of an early years teacher – working with young multilingual children and their families in a nursery class in London. EECERA Annual Conference. Crete, Greece
Symposium: towards democratically appropriate practices in early childhood education: researching child initiated pedagogies in Finland, Estonia, England and the US
Robertson, L., Kinos, J., Pukk, M. and Barbour, N. 2014. Symposium: towards democratically appropriate practices in early childhood education: researching child initiated pedagogies in Finland, Estonia, England and the US. EECERA Annual Conference. Crete, Greece
Theory of child-initiated education: the future and possibilities of child-initiated education
Robertson, L. 2014. Theory of child-initiated education: the future and possibilities of child-initiated education. Tallinn University Symposium: Kindergarten Teacher Education. Tallinn University, Estonia 03 Oct 2014
Developing child initiated pedagogies towards democracy and participatory practices in formal early years settings – the case of England
Robertson, L., Kinos, J., Pukk, M. and Barbour, N. 2014. Developing child initiated pedagogies towards democracy and participatory practices in formal early years settings – the case of England. BERA 2014. London
Developing child-initiated pedagogies in England
Robertson, L. 2014. Developing child-initiated pedagogies in England. Key Note Presentation for the Ministry of Education and Culture. Tallinn University, Estonia
Early years: young children deserve the best possible start in life
Robertson, L. 2015. Early years: young children deserve the best possible start in life. Forum: for Promoting 3-19 Comprehensive Education. 57 (1), pp. 31-34. https://doi.org/10.15730/forum.2015.57.1.31
Silencing bilingualism: a day in a life of a bilingual practitioner
Robertson, L. and Drury, R. 2014. Silencing bilingualism: a day in a life of a bilingual practitioner. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. 17 (5), pp. 610-623. https://doi.org/10.1080/13670050.2013.864252
Policy and ideologies in schooling and early years education in England: implications for and impacts on leadership, management and equality
Robertson, L. and Hill, D. 2014. Policy and ideologies in schooling and early years education in England: implications for and impacts on leadership, management and equality. Management in Education. 28 (4), pp. 167-174. https://doi.org/10.1177/0892020614550468
Child-initiated pedagogies in Finland, Estonia and England: exploring young children’s views on decisions [article]
Robertson, L., Kinos, J., Barbour, N., Pukk, M. and Rosqvist, L. 2015. Child-initiated pedagogies in Finland, Estonia and England: exploring young children’s views on decisions [article]. Early Child Development and Care. 185 (11-12), pp. 1815-1827. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004430.2015.1028392
Teaching for transformation, diversity and equality in the teacher education system in England
Robertson, L. 2015. Teaching for transformation, diversity and equality in the teacher education system in England. in: Kumar, R. (ed.) Neoliberalism, Critical Pedagogy and Education London Routledge India.
Revealing invisible worlds: connecting the mainstream with bilingual children’s home and community experiences
Parke, T., Drury, R., Kenner, C. and Robertson, L. 2002. Revealing invisible worlds: connecting the mainstream with bilingual children’s home and community experiences. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy.
"Evil cats" and "jelly floods": young children’s collective constructions of digital art-making in the early years classroom
Sakr, M., Connelly, V. and Wild, M. 2016. "Evil cats" and "jelly floods": young children’s collective constructions of digital art-making in the early years classroom. Journal of Research in Childhood Education. 30 (1), pp. 128-141. https://doi.org/10.1080/02568543.2015.1107156
Narrative in young children’s digital art-making
Sakr, M., Connelly, V. and Wild, M. 2016. Narrative in young children’s digital art-making. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy. 16 (3), pp. 289-310. https://doi.org/10.1177/1468798415577873
'Too high an ideal for the work required'? Minnie James and the intellectual life of the librarian
Sakr, M. 2011. 'Too high an ideal for the work required'? Minnie James and the intellectual life of the librarian. Library & Information History. 27 (3), pp. 179-193. https://doi.org/10.1179/175834911X13046881149240
The semiotic work of the hands in scientific inquiry
Sakr, M., Jewitt, C. and Price, S. 2014. The semiotic work of the hands in scientific inquiry. Classroom Discourse. 5 (1), pp. 51-70. https://doi.org/10.1080/19463014.2013.868078
‘Wrighting’ the self: new technologies and textual subjectivities
Sakr, M. 2012. ‘Wrighting’ the self: new technologies and textual subjectivities. Learning, Media and Technology. 37 (1), pp. 119-123. https://doi.org/10.1080/17439884.2012.636366
All about… multilingualism & critical thinking
Burghardt, V., Barnaby, B. and Robertson, L. 2015. All about… multilingualism & critical thinking. Mark Allen Group. https://doi.org/10.12968/nuwa.2015.16.17
Making the 'here' and 'now': rethinking children's digital photography with Deleuzian concepts
Sakr, M. and Kucirkova, N. 2015. Making the 'here' and 'now': rethinking children's digital photography with Deleuzian concepts. in: Hackett, A., Procter, L. and Seymour, J. (ed.) Children's Spatialities: Embodiment, Emotions and Agency London, UK. Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 54–74
12 teachers’ use of writing in displays of young children’s artwork
Sakr, M., Connelly, V. and Wild, M. 2015. 12 teachers’ use of writing in displays of young children’s artwork. in: Archer, A. and Breur, E. (ed.) Multimodality in Writing: The state of the art in theory, methodology and pedagogy Brill.
Eu(rope): (re)assembling, (re)casting and (re)aligning lines of de- and re-territorialisation of early childhood
Jones, L., Osgood, J., Urban, M., Holmes, R. and MacLure, M. 2014. Eu(rope): (re)assembling, (re)casting and (re)aligning lines of de- and re-territorialisation of early childhood. International Review of Qualitative Research. 7 (1), pp. 58-79. https://doi.org/10.1525/irqr.2014.7.1.58
Learning to read with meaning: early literacy and young Pakistani British children.
Robertson, L. 2001. Learning to read with meaning: early literacy and young Pakistani British children. 22nd Annual Ethnography in Education Research Forum on “Situating literacies and learning”. Philadelphia, PA, USA 02 - 03 Mar 2001
Parallel literacy classes and multilingual flexibility: learning to read in English, Urdu and classical Arabic in England
Robertson, L. 2003. Parallel literacy classes and multilingual flexibility: learning to read in English, Urdu and classical Arabic in England. European Conference on Educational Research. Hamburg, Germany 17 - 20 Sep 2003
Opening or closing? Learning to read in three parallel literacy classes and developing multilingual flexibility.
Robertson, L. 2004. Opening or closing? Learning to read in three parallel literacy classes and developing multilingual flexibility. 15th Sociolinguistics Symposium on "Culture, contact, and change". Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 01 - 04 Apr 2004
Opening doors to community language schools: towards a new European research agenda.
Robertson, L. 2004. Opening doors to community language schools: towards a new European research agenda. 2nd International JTET Conference “Sustainable development. Culture. Education”. Tallinn, Estonia 14 - 16 Apr 2004
Multilingual flexibility and literacy learning in an Urdu community school.
Robertson, L. 2005. Multilingual flexibility and literacy learning in an Urdu community school. AERA annual meeting on "Demography and democracy in the era of accountability". Montréal, Canada 11 - 15 Apr 2005
Celebrations of learning in parallel literacy classes: bilingual children and early literacy.
Robertson, L. 2005. Celebrations of learning in parallel literacy classes: bilingual children and early literacy. European Conference on Educational Research (ECER). Dublin, Ireland 07 - 10 Sep 2005
Simultaneous and complementary literacy learning.
Robertson, L. 2005. Simultaneous and complementary literacy learning. British Educational Research Association Annual Conference. Wales, UK 14 - 17 Sep 2005
Multilingual methodologies: capturing and representing bilingual children’s voices.
Robertson, L. 2006. Multilingual methodologies: capturing and representing bilingual children’s voices. 16th EECERA Annual Conference on 'Democracy and culture in early childhood education'. Reykjavik, Iceland 30 Aug - 02 Sep 2006
The role of community groups and community language schools in initial teacher education (ITE)
Robertson, L. 2006. The role of community groups and community language schools in initial teacher education (ITE). BERA Annual Conference. Warwick, UK 06 - 09 Sep 2006
Bilingual teaching assistants and learning in early years settings.
Drury, R. and Robertson, L. 2007. Bilingual teaching assistants and learning in early years settings. 17th EECERA Annual Conference on "Exploring Vygotsky’s ideas: crossing borders". Prague, Czech Republic 29 Aug - 01 Sep 2007
Parallel literacy classes and hidden strengths: learning to read in English, Urdu and classical Arabic
Robertson, L. 2002. Parallel literacy classes and hidden strengths: learning to read in English, Urdu and classical Arabic. Reading. 36 (3), pp. 119-126. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9345.00198
Teaching and learning in community language schools.
Robertson, L. 2005. Teaching and learning in community language schools. National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum (NALDIC).
The role of community groups and community language schools in initial teacher education (ITE).
Robertson, L. 2007. The role of community groups and community language schools in initial teacher education (ITE). London Multiverse.
From Karelia to Kashmir: a journey into bilingual children's story-reading experiences within school and community literacy practice.
Robertson, L. 1997. From Karelia to Kashmir: a journey into bilingual children's story-reading experiences within school and community literacy practice. in: Gregory, E., Strickland, D. and Genishi, C. (ed.) One child, many worlds: early learning in multicultural communities. David Fulton. pp. 163-175
Early literacy and young emergent bilingual pupils: the exclusive nature of the national curriculum and the national literacy strategy
Robertson, L. 2000. Early literacy and young emergent bilingual pupils: the exclusive nature of the national curriculum and the national literacy strategy. in: Walraven, G., Parsons, C., Veen, D. and Day, C. (ed.) Combating social exclusion through education Garant Publishers. pp. 189-206
Excluded voices: educational exclusion and inclusion.
Robertson, L. and Hill, R. 2001. Excluded voices: educational exclusion and inclusion. in: Mike, C. and Hill, D. (ed.) Schooling and equality: fact, concept and policy. Kogan Page. pp. 73-94
Revealing invisible worlds: connecting the mainstream with bilingual children’s home and community learning
Parke, T., Drury, R., Kenner, C. and Robertson, L. 2002. Revealing invisible worlds: connecting the mainstream with bilingual children’s home and community learning. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy. 2 (2), pp. 195-220. https://doi.org/10.1177/14687984020022004
Multilingual flexibility and literacy learning in an Urdu community school.
Robertson, L. 2004. Multilingual flexibility and literacy learning in an Urdu community school. in: Gregory, E., Long, S. and Volk, D. (ed.) Many pathways to literacy: young children learning with siblings, grandparents, peers and communities. Routledge. pp. 171-181
Learning to read 'properly' by moving between parallel literacy classes.
Robertson, L. 2006. Learning to read 'properly' by moving between parallel literacy classes. Language and education. 20 (1), pp. 44-61. https://doi.org/10.1080/09500780608668709
Multilingual learning: stories from schools and communities in Britain.
Conteh, J., Martin, P. and Robertson, L. 2007. Multilingual learning: stories from schools and communities in Britain. Trentham Books.
One in the crossfire: early years foundation stage, national curriculum and every child matters
Robertson, L. 2009. One in the crossfire: early years foundation stage, national curriculum and every child matters. in: Hill, D. and Robertson, L. (ed.) Equality in the primary school: promoting good practice across the curriculum. Continuum.
Developing links between communities, schools and teacher training
Robertson, L. 2010. Developing links between communities, schools and teacher training. in: Lytra, V. and Martin, P. (ed.) Sites of multilingualism: complementary schools in Britain today. Trentham Books.
A day in the life of a bilingual practitioner: ways of mediating knowledge [Norway]
Drury, R., Cable, C. and Robertson, L. 2008. A day in the life of a bilingual practitioner: ways of mediating knowledge [Norway]. 18th EECERA Annual Conference on 'Reconsidering the basics in early childhood education'. Stavanger, Norway 03 - 06 Sep 2008
A day in the life of a bilingual practitioner: ways of mediating knowledge [UK]
Cable, C., Drury, R. and Robertson, L. 2009. A day in the life of a bilingual practitioner: ways of mediating knowledge [UK]. 2nd International Conference on Multilingualism on 'Making multilingualism meaningful: linking theory to practice'. London, UK 19 - 20 Jun 2009
Bilingual practitioners constructing mediation. “In a middle person I am a bridge.”
Robertson, L. 2009. Bilingual practitioners constructing mediation. “In a middle person I am a bridge.”. 19th EECERA on 'Diversities in Early Childhood Education'. Strasbourg, France 26 - 29 Aug 2009
A young bilingual child starting school: learning in an English nursery class.
Robertson, L. and Drury, R. 2010. A young bilingual child starting school: learning in an English nursery class. 20th EECERA Conference: ‘Knowledge and Voice in Early Childhood: Who Knows, Who Speaks, Who Listens?’. Birmingham, UK 06 - 08 Sep 2010
Equality in the primary school: promoting good practice across the curriculum
Hill, D. and Robertson, L. 2009. Equality in the primary school: promoting good practice across the curriculum. London Continuum.
Reconstructing professionalism in ECEC: the case for the 'critically reflective emotional professional'
Osgood, J. 2010. Reconstructing professionalism in ECEC: the case for the 'critically reflective emotional professional'. Early Years. 30 (2), pp. 119-133. https://doi.org/10.1080/09575146.2010.490905
Narrative methods in the nursery: (re)-considering claims to give voice through processes of decision-making
Osgood, J. 2010. Narrative methods in the nursery: (re)-considering claims to give voice through processes of decision-making. Reconceptualizing Educational Research Methodology. 1 (1), pp. 14-28. https://doi.org/10.7577/rerm.168
Childcare workforce reform in England and 'the early years professional': a critical discourse analysis
Osgood, J. 2009. Childcare workforce reform in England and 'the early years professional': a critical discourse analysis. Journal of Education Policy. 24 (6), pp. 733-751. https://doi.org/10.1080/02680930903244557
Equal opportunities policies in English schools: towards greater gender equality in the teaching workforce?
Moreau, M., Osgood, J. and Halsall, A. 2008. Equal opportunities policies in English schools: towards greater gender equality in the teaching workforce? Gender, Work & Organisations. 15 (6), pp. 553-578. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-0432.2008.00405.x
Making sense of the glass ceiling in schools: an exploration of women teachers' discourses
Moreau, M., Osgood, J. and Halsall, A. 2007. Making sense of the glass ceiling in schools: an exploration of women teachers' discourses. Gender and Education. 19 (2), pp. 237-253. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540250601166092
Gendered identities and work placement: why don't boys care?
Osgood, J., Francis, B. and Archer, L. 2006. Gendered identities and work placement: why don't boys care? Journal of Education Policy. 21 (3), pp. 305-321. https://doi.org/10.1080/02680930600600424
Who cares? The classed nature of childcare
Osgood, J. 2005. Who cares? The classed nature of childcare. Gender and Education. 17 (3), pp. 289-303. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540250500145098
Book Reviews: Women teaching boys: caring and working in the primary school, Ashley, M. and Lee, J. (2003) Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham books [Book review]
Osgood, J. 2004. Book Reviews: Women teaching boys: caring and working in the primary school, Ashley, M. and Lee, J. (2003) Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham books [Book review]. Gender and Education. 16 (3), pp. 420-422. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540250042000251524