Academic Papers Online

These online scholarly articles and short papers develop from a variety of sources and activities. ESCalate welcomes new and developing writers as well as established authors
Publication Author Published in Date
Becoming a Teacher Educator: guidelines for induction 2nd edition Becoming a Teacher Educator: guidelines for induction 2nd edition
The first edition of this publication has been used to support the induction of new teacher educators in the UK and beyond. But change in the HE...
Dr Pete Boyd, Kim Harris, Prof. Jean Murray/ESCalate 17 October 2011
Putting the I into Identity and other stories Putting the I into Identity and other stories
Scholarly approaches to the professional identity and development of HE practitioners in FE Colleges in the South West
HELP CETL /ESCalate/ 3 July 2009
Expanding the capacity to learn of student teachers in Initial Teacher Education Expanding the capacity to learn of student teachers in Initial Teacher Education
This paper focuses on L2L as a key aspect of student teachers’ transition from school to ITE and in preparation for lifelong learning.
Linda Rush and Annie Fisher 8 April 2009
Student and Tutor Reflections on how they have Engaged with Inquiry Based Learning in a Business School Student and Tutor Reflections on how they have Engaged with Inquiry Based Learning in a Business School
A paper that reflects on some of the key themes that have emerged from research into student and staff experiences of Inquiry Based Learning.
Margaret Page, Hugo Gaggiotti and Carol Jarvis with Sophie Hayward, Mariana Lukaj, Liza McCann, University of the West of England. Academic papers online 27 November 2008
Action research within east London post-compulsory provision Action research within east London post-compulsory provision
This is an attempt to disseminate the methodologies and outcomes of a piece of practitioner-based action research which was conducted at Newham Sixth...
Warren Kidd 20 October 2008
History Curricula in England and New Zealand: identity, belonging and the case for valuing an historical perspective History Curricula in England and New Zealand: identity, belonging and the case for valuing an historical perspective
This is a discussion about the relationship between identity, belonging and historical perspectives in the context of the history curriculum
Dr Robert Guyver Spring 2008
Becoming a Teacher Educator: Guidelines for the induction of newly appointed lecturers in Initial Teacher Education Becoming a Teacher Educator: Guidelines for the induction of newly appointed lecturers in Initial Teacher Education
By Peter Boyd, Kim Harris, Jean Murray
ESCalate Spring 2007
Innovative pedagogical scenarios for first year mechanics students Innovative pedagogical scenarios for first year mechanics students
By Federica Olivero, University of Bristol
ESCalate Spring 2007
Observation of the practice of teaching Observation of the practice of teaching
Research findings from the FDTL5 project at University of Huddersfield Consortium for PCET
Geoffrey Peake Academic Papers Online Autumn 2006
Reflections on Teacher Education in the Four Nations of the United Kingdom Reflections on Teacher Education in the Four Nations of the United Kingdom
A research paper on teacher education across the four nation states of the UK. A limited number of paper copies have been published
ESCalate - Dr Jane McKie and Alison Jackson Autumn 2006
Mediated Support for Learning Enhancement (ELLI) (Effective Lifelong Learning Inventory)
MacELLI is a learning enhancement project undertaken by the University of Glasgow and the University of Bristol
Margery McMahon, David Morrison-Love and Ruth Deakin-Crick Spring 2006
Masters' Courses in the Education of Adults in the UK
This is the full unabridged version of the article that appeared in the Autumn newsletter in 2005
ESCalate, Prof John Field, Richard Dockrell, Peter Gray November 2005