Education


TitleEducation
AlternativeHSE - Ed
FacultyFaculty of Health, Social Care and Education

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'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

Conference keynote

'Aren’t we all learner-centred now?': the bittersweet flavour of success
Boud, D. 2005. 'Aren’t we all learner-centred now?': the bittersweet flavour of success. in: Ashwin, P. (ed.) Changing Higher Education: The Development of Learning and Teaching London Routledge. pp. 19-32

Book chapter

'Community of practice'. Practice based research in organisations, communities of practice and stakeholders in educational and other professional settings
Scollan, A. 2013. 'Community of practice'. Practice based research in organisations, communities of practice and stakeholders in educational and other professional settings. Community of Practice Poster Conference. Middlesex University

Conference poster

'Creaturely life': biopolitical intensity in selected children's fables
de Rijke, V. 2014. 'Creaturely life': biopolitical intensity in selected children's fables. in: Keyes, M. and McGillicuddy, Á. (ed.) Politics and Ideology in Children's Literature Dublin Four Courts Press.

Book chapter

'Developing innovative learning environments in the early years', in collaboration with London Early Years Foundations (LEYF)
Scollan, A. 2015. 'Developing innovative learning environments in the early years', in collaboration with London Early Years Foundations (LEYF). European Early Childhood Education Research Association (EECERA) Conference. Universitat Autonoma Barcelona, Spain

Conference paper

'Dissensus’ and the emergence of activist leadership in the baby room of UK early childhood settings
Sakr, M. and Halls, K. 2024. 'Dissensus’ and the emergence of activist leadership in the baby room of UK early childhood settings. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice. https://doi.org/10.1177/17461979241241514

Article

'Forest School’ the challenges & risks in a UK nursery school environment
Scollan, A. 2016. 'Forest School’ the challenges & risks in a UK nursery school environment. VIII International conference WATER GIVES US THE POWER, WATER BORNE large ship. TU Rakvere Tallin 25 - 26 May 2016

Conference paper

'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

Article

'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

Conference paper

'It just opened my eyes a bit more': student engagement with Instagram to develop understanding of complex concepts
Sakr, M. 2019. 'It just opened my eyes a bit more': student engagement with Instagram to develop understanding of complex concepts. Teaching in Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/13562517.2019.1613356

Article

'Nobody left behind': barriers to engagement in early years digitally mediated leadership development
Halls, K., Sakr, M. and Cooper, K. 2024. 'Nobody left behind': barriers to engagement in early years digitally mediated leadership development. Early Years. https://doi.org/10.1080/09575146.2024.2308099

Article

'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

Conference item

'That's enough!' (But it wasn't): the generative possibilities of attuning to what else a tantrum can do
Osgood, J. and de Rijke, V. 2022. 'That's enough!' (But it wasn't): the generative possibilities of attuning to what else a tantrum can do. Global Studies of Childhood. 12 (3), pp. 235-248. https://doi.org/10.1177/20436106221117167

Article

'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

Conference keynote

'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

Article

'Trying to keep up': Intersections of identity, space, time and rhythm in women student carer auto/biographical accounts
Cullen, F., Barker, J. and Alldred, P. 2020. 'Trying to keep up': Intersections of identity, space, time and rhythm in women student carer auto/biographical accounts. in: Parsons, J. and Chappell, A. (ed.) The Palgrave Handbook of Auto/biography Cham Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 241-262

Book chapter

'We’re just gonna scribble it': The affective and social work of destruction in children’s art-making with different semiotic resources
Sakr, M. 2017. 'We’re just gonna scribble it': The affective and social work of destruction in children’s art-making with different semiotic resources. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood. 18 (2), pp. 227-239. https://doi.org/10.1177/1463949117714084

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'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

Conference paper

'Who Cares?' Gender, care and secondary schooling: 'Accidental findings' from a seclusion unit
Barker, J. 2019. 'Who Cares?' Gender, care and secondary schooling: 'Accidental findings' from a seclusion unit. British Educational Research Journal. 45 (6), pp. 1279-1294. https://doi.org/10.1002/berj.3562

Article

'You can’t separate it from anything': glitter’s doings as materialized figurations of childhood (and) art
Osgood, J. 2019. 'You can’t separate it from anything': glitter’s doings as materialized figurations of childhood (and) art. in: Sakr, M. and Osgood, J. (ed.) Postdevelopmental Approaches to Childhood Art London Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 111-136

Book chapter

"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

Article

"It might get messy, or not be right"; scribble as postdevelopmental art
de Rijke, V. 2019. "It might get messy, or not be right"; scribble as postdevelopmental art. in: Sakr, M. and Osgood, J. (ed.) Postdevelopmental Approaches to Childhood Art London, UK Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 153-176

Book chapter

"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

Conference keynote

"The values of savagery": pathologies of child and pet play in avant-garde visual culture
de Rijke, V. 2017. "The values of savagery": pathologies of child and pet play in avant-garde visual culture. in: Feuerstein, A. and Nolte-Odhiambo, C. (ed.) Childhood and Pethood in Literature and Culture: New Perspectives in Childhood Studies and Animal Studies London Routledge. pp. 231-249

Book chapter

"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

Conference keynote

"Your tern now my tern later": a tribute to the outlaw writer Russell Hoban
de Rijke, V. 2013. "Your tern now my tern later": a tribute to the outlaw writer Russell Hoban. Children's Literature in Education. 44 (4), pp. 281-294. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10583-012-9190-3

Article

(In)conclusion(s): what gets produced through layering feminist thought?
Osgood, J. and Robinson, K. 2019. (In)conclusion(s): what gets produced through layering feminist thought? in: Osgood, J. and Robinson, K. (ed.) Feminists Researching Gendered Childhoods: Generative Entanglements London Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 121-129

Book chapter

(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

Conference item

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.

Book chapter

12th Learning at City Conference - Opportunities to transform the future of higher education: Immersive Web Video for Learning Engagement - Post Covid
Basiel, A. and Howarth, M. 2020. 12th Learning at City Conference - Opportunities to transform the future of higher education: Immersive Web Video for Learning Engagement - Post Covid. LEaD Learning Enhancement and Development. City University 29 Jun 2022

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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

Conference paper

45 ̊ Learning: a guide to organising teaching online in the Covid pandemic, including peer observation revision
Howarth, M. 2021. 45 ̊ Learning: a guide to organising teaching online in the Covid pandemic, including peer observation revision. Work Based Learning e-Journal International. 10 (1), pp. 1-138.

Article

A 360 degree learning environment for university online teaching
Basiel, A. and Howarth, M. 2020. A 360 degree learning environment for university online teaching. Work Based Learning e-Journal International. 9 (2), pp. 137-157.

Article

A community college's performance of ‘organisation’: it's a drag!
Rooney, D., Rhodes, C. and Boud, D. 2010. A community college's performance of ‘organisation’: it's a drag! Studies in the Education of Adults. 42 (1), pp. 18-33. https://doi.org/10.1080/02660830.2010.11661586

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A comparative analysis of the skilled use of automated feedback tools through the lens of teacher feedback literacy
Buckingham Shum, S., Lim, L.-A., Boud, D., Bearman, M. and Dawson, P. 2023. A comparative analysis of the skilled use of automated feedback tools through the lens of teacher feedback literacy. International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education. 20 (1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s41239-023-00410-9

Article

A cross-cultural awareness workshop: language, communication and difference
Odeniyi, V. and Lazar, G. 2011. A cross-cultural awareness workshop: language, communication and difference. The Teacher Trainer. 25 (1), pp. 2-8.

Article

A curriculum journey at Middlesex: integrating the core content framework into the history ITE curriculum
Baker, T. 2021. A curriculum journey at Middlesex: integrating the core content framework into the history ITE curriculum. History Teacher Education Network Conference. Online 18 Nov 2021

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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

Conference paper

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

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A feminist new materialist experiment in reconfiguring diversity and difference through children’s media
Osgood, J. and Andersen, C. 2018. A feminist new materialist experiment in reconfiguring diversity and difference through children’s media. NERA 2018: 46th Congress of the Nordic Educational Research Association (NERA). Oslo, Norway 08 - 10 Mar 2018

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