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Escott, Hugh; Pahl, Kate – Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 2019
This article examines young people's films to provide insights about language and literacy practices. It offers a heuristic for thinking about how to approach data that is collectively produced. It tries to make sense of new ways of knowing that locate the research in the field rather than in the academic domain. The authors develop a lens for…
Descriptors: Films, Data Collection, Literacy, Cultural Influences
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Osler, Audrey; Starkey, Hugh – Educational Review, 2018
In 2003, citizenship education had recently been introduced to the national curriculum for England, and the model adopted was proving to be influential in a variety of settings worldwide. We sought to challenge a nationalist version of citizenship education by proposing "education for cosmopolitan citizenship" arguing for citizenship…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Educational Practices, Theory Practice Relationship, Citizenship Education
Hugh, Maria Lemler; Conner, Carlin; Stewart, Jennifer – Office of Special Education Programs, US Department of Education, 2018
Students who are slow to respond to traditional instruction and intervention require intensified intervention. Visual Activity Schedules (VAS) are an evidence-based type of visual support that provide sequential organization of the steps for an activity or skill. VAS can be aligned with individual student needs, including behavioral support. VAS…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Intervention, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders
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Ke, Lin; Starkey, Hugh – London Review of Education, 2014
This virtual ethnographic study explores how Chinese university students use social network sites (SNSs) to participate in civic activities. An ideal of "active" citizens is contrasted with good citizens (Crick) and insouciant bystanders. We find that students engage with the civic issues embedded in everyday life; their online civic…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Citizen Participation, College Students, Social Networks
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Starkey, Hugh; Akar, Bassel; Jerome, Lee – Research in Comparative and International Education, 2014
This article addresses issues of methodology and ethical reflexivity when attempting to investigate the opinions of young people. Drawing specifically on three studies of young people's understandings of citizenship and their views on topical issues, two from England and one from Lebanon, the authors present ways in which the ethical and practical…
Descriptors: Ethics, Teaching Methods, Educational Research, Teacher Educators
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Mc Hugh, Elaine; Starke, Mikaela – Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 2015
Training for support workers who work with parents with intellectual disability can be aided by understanding how they perceive the training process and their competence development. This study explored the perceptions of competence development and the training process in Swedish support workers trained in the evidence-informed programme…
Descriptors: Parents, Intellectual Disability, Training, Competence
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Rabagliati, Hugh; Pylkkanen, Liina; Marcus, Gary F. – Developmental Psychology, 2013
Language is rife with ambiguity. Do children and adults meet this challenge in similar ways? Recent work suggests that while adults resolve syntactic ambiguities by integrating a variety of cues, children are less sensitive to top-down evidence. We test whether this top-down insensitivity is specific to syntax or a general feature of children's…
Descriptors: Ambiguity (Semantics), Syntax, Psycholinguistics, Infants
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Truman, Sarah E.; Hackett, Abigail; Pahl, Kate; McLean Davies, Larissa; Escott, Hugh – Reading Research Quarterly, 2021
The authors considered the capacious feeling that emerges from saying no to literacy practices, and the affective potential of saying no "as" a literacy practice. The authors highlight the affective possibilities of saying no to normative understandings of literacy, thinking with a series of vignettes in which children, young people, and…
Descriptors: Literacy Education, Affective Behavior, Resistance (Psychology), Humanism
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Daniels, Karen; Bower, Kim; Burnett, Cathy; Escott, Hugh; Hatton, Amanda; Ehiyazaryan-White, Ester; Monkhouse, Jemma – Education and Information Technologies, 2020
For many young children in developed countries, family and community life is mediated by digital technology. Despite this, for early years educators, the process of integrating digital technologies into classroom practice raises a number of issues and tensions. In an attempt to gain insights from early years teachers, we draw from semi-structured…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Technological Literacy, Early Childhood Education, Teacher Attitudes
Gearon, Liam, Ed. – Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2009
What is the role of Citizenship? How can it be taught effectively? The fully updated second edition of "Learning to Teach Citizenship in the Secondary School" is an essential text for students training to teach Citizenship as a first or second subject, as well as experienced teachers who have opted to take responsibility for this vital…
Descriptors: Outdoor Education, Citizenship Education, Religious Education, National Curriculum
Lauder, Hugh, Ed.; Young, Michael, Ed.; Daniels, Harry, Ed.; Balarin, Maria, Ed.; Lowe, John, Ed. – Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2012
The promise, embraced by governments around the world, is that the knowledge economy will provide knowledge workers with a degree of autonomy and permission to think which enables them to be creative and to attract high incomes. What credence should we give to this promise? The current economic crisis is provoking a reappraisal of both economic…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Social Justice, Constructivism (Learning), Social Class
Osler, Audrey; Starkey, Hugh – Trentham Books Ltd, 2010
Why do teachers need to be familiar with human rights? In multicultural societies, whose values take precedence? How do schools resolve tensions between children's rights and teachers' rights? Campaigners, politicians and the media cite human rights to justify or challenge anything from peaceful protest to military action. The phrase "human…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Citizenship Education, Childrens Rights, Teacher Rights
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Gibbs, Lisa; Snowdon, Elyse; Block, Karen; Gallagher, Hugh Colin; MacDougall, Colin; Ireton, Greg; Pirrone-Savona, Alana; Forbes, David; Richardson, John; Harms, Louise; Waters, Elizabeth – Pastoral Care in Education, 2014
The impact of disasters on the mental health, well-being and social inclusion of children and young people is well established. However, there is very limited evidence about effective community-based interventions to support positive outcomes. In this paper, we review the empirical and theoretical evidence and propose a conceptual framework to…
Descriptors: Natural Disasters, Intervention, Community Programs, Children
Young, Hugh E., Sr. – 1976
Organizational change within two public predominantly black populated, two-year community colleges in New Jersey is examined in this comparative case study, in light of their individual institutional allocation of public resources to meet the educational and social needs of educationally and economically disadvantaged black urban students. The…
Descriptors: Black Colleges, Black Education, Black Students, Community Colleges
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Psycharakis, Stelios G.; Eagle, Shawn R.; Moir, Gavin L.; Rawcliffe, Alex; Mckenzie, Clive; Graham, Scott M.; Lamont, Hugh S.; Connaboy, Chris – Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 2019
Purpose: A vertical jump (VJ) is a common task performed in several sports, with the height achieved correlated to skilled performance. Loaded VJs are often used in the training of recreational and professional athletes. The bilateral deficit (BLD), which refers to the difference between the heights achieved by a bilateral jump and the sum of two…
Descriptors: Psychomotor Skills, Performance, Athletics, Body Weight
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