Section One: Education Studies - an introduction the field of study
Ch 1. What is Education Studies?
An Essay on the Politics of Schooling and Educational Research , John K. Smith and Deborah J. Gallagher Cultural Studies – Critical Methodologies, August 2008; vol. 8, 3: pp. 284-301. http://csc.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/8/3/284?ijkey=Cz2gcJZTrkYAc&keytype=ref&siteid=spcsc
Assessment can be both formal and informal. Try out this informal assessment resource from Assessment of Learners with Dyslexic-type Difficulties to use with your dyslexic learners. It is a handy checklist of characteristics of handwriting that you should consider when assessing a piece of writing.
SAGE has an agreement with the Consortium of Swiss Academic Libraries for subscribing consortium members. The agreement will run (commencing 1st January 2023) between 2023 and 2025. A list of participating member institutions is available here. The details of the agreement are as follows:
The digital landscape is constantly changing. To help you and your students keep up with the field, and to make preparation for your teaching as quick and easy as possible, below you’ll find a range of just some of the free resources available in our textbooks and on their accompanying websites
Selection of online resources
Please note: you’ll need to have an approved instructor account to access some of these materials
In this page, we share free resources on mental health and wellbeing to support the education community as we navigate this difficult time together. Whether you are studying at home, teaching remotely, facilitating home schooling or leading and managing your staff, we hope it offers some useful support in ensuring you look after yourself as well as those within your care or responsibility in the weeks ahead.