Items where Division is "Faculty of Social and Human Sciences > Southampton Education School" and Year is 2004
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Enders, Jürgen (2004) Research training and careers in transition: a European perspective on the many faces of the PhD. Studies in Continuing Education, 26, (3), 419-430. (doi:10.1080/0158037042000265935).
Enders, Jürgen and Bornmann, Lutz (2004) Social origin and gender of doctoral degree holders: impact of particularistic attributes in access to and in later career attainment. Scientometrics, 61, (1), 19-41.
Evans, Carol (2004) Exploring the relationship between cognitive style and teaching. Educational Psychology, 24, (4), 509-531.
Evans, Carol and Waring, M. (2004) Investigating cognitive style with teacher trainees. European Learning Styles Information Network Annual International Conference, 02 Sep 2004.
Galbraith, David and Torrance, Mark (2004) Revision in the context of different drafting strategies. In, Revision: Cognitive and Instructional Processes. Norwell, US, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 63-86.
Humphries-Smith, Tania (2004) An examination into the attitudes of staff in Higher Education towards widening participation. University of Southampton, Education, Doctoral Thesis , 134pp.
Macfarlane, Bruce, DesJardins, Joe and Lowry, Diannah (2004) The ethics of teaching business ethics: a reflective dialogue. Journal of Business Ethics Education , 1, (1), 43-54.
Macfarlane, Bruce and Ottewill, Roger (2004) Pedagogic challenges facing by business and management educators in UK higher education. The International Journal of Management Education, 3, (3), 33-41.
Ottewill, R., Borredon, L., Falque, L., Macfarlane, Bruce and Wall, A. (2004) A preface. In, Ottewill, R., Borredon, L., Falque, L. and Macfarlane, Bruce (eds.) Educational Innovation in Economics and Business: Pedagogy, Technology and Innovation. New York, US, Springer, x-xv. (Educational Innovation in Economics and Business, 8).
Ottewill, R. and Macfarlane, Bruce (2004) Explicit and implicit judgements of quality: an analysis of the QAA Business and Management Subject Review Reports (2000-2001). Cambridge, GB, Business, Management and Accountancy LTSN Subject Centre, University of East Anglia