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Introduction to Education Studies
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Introduction to Education Studies

Fifth Edition
  • Steve Bartlett - Professor of Education Studies at the University of Wolverhampton
  • Diana Burton - Professor of Education at the University of Wolverhampton
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July 2020 | 456 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

In this fully updated fifth edition of this much-loved textbook, students will be introduced to different ways of looking at education, supported by links to classic and contemporary research.

Built around the essential themes of psychology, history, policy and sociology that underpin Education Studies courses, key updates include:

·         New ‘Applying Critical Evaluation’ tasks to help develop your analytical skills

·         Analysis of recent curriculum developments including EY assessment, Ebacc and T-levels

·         Examination of education policy up to, and including, 2019

·         Enhanced discussion of educational neuroscience and the science of learning


 
Part 1: Education Studies - An introduction to the field of study
 
Chapter 1: What is education studies?
 
Chapter 2: The nature of education
 
Chapter 3: Researching education
 
Part 2: Political and historical dimension of education
 
Chapter 4: A modern history of schooling
 
Chapter 5: Curriculum
 
Chapter 6: Politics and policy in education
 
Chapter 7: Globalisation and comparative education
 
Part 3: Achievement in education
 
Chapter 8: Individual achievement: major psychological theories
 
Chapter 9: Education and psychological research
 
Chapter 10: Social factors, gender, ethnicity and achievement
 
Chapter 11: Organising teaching and learning
 
Chapter 12: Conclusion: education - a contested enterprise

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