Items where Division is "Faculty of Social and Human Sciences > Southampton Education School > Leadership, School Improvement & Effectiveness" and Year is 2010
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Borgonovi, Francesca, Beatrice, d’Hombres and Hoskins, Bryony (2010) Voter turnout, information acquisition and education: evidence from 15 European countries. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 10, (1), 1-32. (doi:10.2202/1935-1682.2463).
Kelly, Anthony and Maringe, Felix (2010) Book review. The Production of Educational Knowledge in the Global Era by Julia Resnik (ed.) Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 2008 285 pages. British Journal of Educational Studies, 9, 98-100. (doi:10.1177/14752409100090010602 ).
Theodosiou-Zipiti, Galatia, West, Mel and Muijs, Daniel R. (2010) Factors affecting ethnic minority students’ attainment in secondary schools in Cyprus: a focus group study. Intercultural Education, 21, (5), 483-489. (doi:10.1080/14675986.2010.521394).
Conference or Workshop Item
Reynolds, David (2010) The management of change: research, policy and personal experiences. Annual Meeting of the Cyprus Pedagogical Association, Limassol, CY,
Reynolds, David (2010) Thinking the unthinkable: the future of school effectiveness and school improvement realised through close relationships with education policies and policymakers. ESRC Challenging The Orthodoxy of School Effectiveness and School Improvement: Towards New Theoretical Perspectives, Cardiff, GB,
Reynolds, David (2010) Towards highly reliable, high quality public schooling. The Best in the World Education Consortium Conference, United States, US,
Reynolds, David, Chapman, Chris, Muijs, Daniel and Sammons, P. (2010) School effectiveness and improvement: the future agenda. In, International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement, Kuala Lumpur, MY,
Reynolds, David, Muijs, Daniel, Park, J. and Cruse, E. (2010) Teacher, school and programme effects: a new educational effectiveness research study. In, Educational Effectiveness Special Interest Group of the European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction, Leuven, BE,
Reynolds, David, Nicol, J. and Lavelle, L. (2010) Yes we can – the Plymouth and Peninsula Model (PPM) of school/HE collaboration. In, Annual Meeting of the Universities Council for the Education of Teachers ,
Reynolds, David and Stringfield, S. (2010) Infusing high reliability organizational processes into school improvement programs in the UK and USA. In, Educational Effectiveness Special Interest Group of the European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction, Leuven, BE,
Reynolds, David, Stringfield, S. and Schaffer, G. (2010) A cross-national longitudinal comparison: the implementation and performance of school effectiveness models in challenging schools. In, 14th World Congress of Comparative Education Societies, Istanbul, Turkey, 14 - 18 Nov 2010.
Reynolds, David, Stringfield, S. and Schaffer, G. (2010) Data usage: the high reliability schools project. In, American Educational Research Association, Denver, US, 30 Apr - 04 May 2010.
Reynolds, David, Stringfield, S. and Schaffer, G. (2010) Introducing high reliability concepts into education: a history and quasi experiment. In, International High Reliability Network, New Orleans, US, 09 - 10 Jan 2010.
Reynolds, David, Stringfield, S. and Schaffer, G. (2010) Reform reliability: data from three British local authorities. In, Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness, Washington, US, 04 Mar 2010.
Reynolds, David, Stringfield, S. and Schaffer, G. (2010) Resilience & sustainability: a longitudinal study of the High Reliability Schools Model in a challenging local authority. In, Annual Meeting of the Comparative Education Society, Plovdiv, BG,
Reynolds, David, Stringfield, S. and Schaffer, J. (2010) The High Reliability Schools (HRS) project in three British local authorities: 11-year effects. In, Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Denver, US, 30 Apr - 04 May 2010.
Muijs, Daniel, Chapman, Chris and Armstrong, Paul (2010) Maximum Impact Evaluation: the impact of Teach First teachers in schools. An evaluation funded by the Maximum Impact Programme for Teach First. Final Report. Manchester, GB, University of Manchester, 63pp.