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Day, C and Sammons, P and Hopkins, D and Leithwood, K and Kington, A (2008) Research into the Impact of School Leadership on Pupil Outcomes: Policy and Research Contexts. School Leadership and Management, Special Issue: The impact of school leadership on student outcomes, 28 (1). pp. 5-25. ISSN 1363-2434

Sammons, P and Day, C and Kington, A and Gu, Q and Stobart, G and Smees, R (2007) Exploring Variations in Teachers' Work, Lives and Their Effects on Pupils: Key Findings and Implications from a Longitudinal Mixed Methods Study. British Educational Research Journal, 33 (5). pp. 681-701. ISSN 0141-1926

Day, C and Sammons, P and Kington, A and Stobart, G and Gu, Q (2006) Methodological Synergy in a National Project: The VITAE Story. Evaluation and Research in Education, 19 (2). pp. 102-125. ISSN 0950-0790

Day, C and Kington, A and Stobart, G and Sammons, P (2006) The Personal and Professional Selves of Teachers: Stable and Unstable Identities. British Educational Research Journal, 32 (4). pp. 601-616. ISSN 0141-1926

Day, C and Stobart, G and Sammons, P and Kington, A (2006) Variations in the Work and Lives of Teachers: Relative and Relational Effectiveness. Teachers & Teaching: Theory & Practice, 12 (2). pp. 169-192. ISSN 1354-0602

Day, C and Elliot, B and Kington, A (2005) Reform, Standards and Teacher Identity: Challenges of Sustaining Commitment. Teaching & Teacher Education, 21 (5). pp. 563-577. ISSN 0742-051X

Book Section

Day, C and Sammons, P and Gu, Q and Kington, A and Stobart, G (2009) Committed for Life? Variations in Teachers' Work, Lives and Effectiveness. In: Teachers' Career Trajectories and Work Lives. Springer, Netherlands.

Report

Kington, A and Regan, E and Day, C and Gunraj, J and Sammons, P (2008) Findings from Secondary Teachers’ Observational Data. Working paper ECP/07. Working Paper. University of Nottingham, Nottingham [online].

Kington, A and Reed, N and Regan, E and Sammons, P and Day, C and Gunraj, J (2008) Initial Findings from the Repertory Grid Data. Working paper ECP/03. Working Paper. University of Nottingham, Nottingham [online].

Tolley, H and Day, C and Sammons, P and Kington, A and Regan, E and Gunraj, J (2008) A Review of Literature Relating to Teacher Effectiveness and Effective Classroom Practice.Working paper ECP/05. Working Paper. University of Nottingham, Nottingham [online].

Kington, A and Sammons, P and Day, C (2008) The Use of Mixed Method Design in the Research of Effective Classroom Practice. Working paper ECP/02. Working Paper. University of Nottingham, Nottingham [online].

Ko, J and Sammons, P and Kington, A and Regan, E and Day, C and Gunraj, J (2008) Using Systematic Observation Schedules to Explore Variations in Effective Classroom Practice. Working paper ECP/04. Working Paper. University of Nottingham, Nottingham [online].

Ko, J and Sammons, P and Kington, A and Regan, E and Day, C (2008) Variations in Effective Classroom Practices: Confirmatory Factor Analysis. Working paper ECP/08. Working Paper. University of Nottingham, Nottingham [online].

Robertson, D and Sammons, P and Kington, A and Day, C and Regan, E and Gunraj, J (2007) Analysing Pupil Attitudes to Teaching and Learning.Working paper ECP/01. Working Paper. University of Nottingham, Nottingham [online].

Day, C and Stobart, G and Sammons, P and Kington, A and Gu, Q and Smees, R and Mujtaba, T (2006) Variations in in Teachers’ Work, Lives and Effectiveness. Project Report. DfES, London.

Book

Day, C and Sammons, P and Stobart, G and Kington, A and Gu, Q (2007) Teachers Matter: Connecting Work, Lives and Effectiveness. Open University Press, Maidenhead.

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