Items where Subject is "X000 Education > X300 Education Studies > X370 Academic studies in Education (across phases)"
Group by: Creators | Item Type
Number of items at this level: 7.
Chapter in book
Odena, O (2007) Experiencias de un estudio del pensamiento del profesorado sobre creatividad musical en escuelas de Inglaterra: implicaciones educativas (Learning from a study of teachers’ thinking of musical creativity in England: educational implications. Original in Spanish) In: Díaz-Gómez, M and Riaño-Galán, M E, eds. Creatividad en educación musical (creativity in music education. Original in Spanish). Universidad de Santander, Santander, Spain, pp. 61-70. ISBN 9788481024579
Contribution to conference proceedings in the public domain
Bachan, Ray (2002) Comparing attainments in related subjects at A level: How choice of subject affects grades achieved In: The British education research association conference 2002, 12 - 14 Sep 2002, Exerter, England. (Unpublished)
BURFORD, GEMMA, Kissmann, Susanne, Rosado-May, Francisco J., Alvarado Dzul, Santos H. and HARDER, MARIE (2012) Indigenous participation in intercultural education: learning from Mexico and Tanzania Ecology and Society, 17 (4). ISSN 1708-3087
Covill, D. and Gill, D.S. (2008) Using podcasts and videocasts to complement traditional teaching methods Social purpose and creativity - integrating learning in the real world. Articles from the Learning and Teaching Conference, University of Brighton . pp. 60-66.
Odena, O. (2010) Practitioners' views on cross-community music education projects in Northern Ireland: alienation, socio-economic factors and educational potential British Educational Research Journal, 36 (1). pp. 83-105. ISSN 0141-1926 (Print); 1469-3518 (Online)
Odena, O. (2004) Some considerations on research dissemination with particular reference to the audience and the authorship of papers Music Education Research, 6 (1). pp. 101-110. ISSN 1461-3808 (Print); 1469-9893 (Online)
Other form of assessable output
Odena, O (2009) Early music education as a tool for inclusion and respect for diversity: study paper for the Bernard van Leer Foundation University of Brighton & Bernard van Leer Foundation, Brighton, UK.