Number of items: 11.
Bigger, Jean and Bigger, Stephen (2002) Motivating and Empowering Adults Returning to Study. In: Further Education Research Association, 24 January 2002, London. (Unpublished)
Bigger, Stephen (2002) Managing to Motivate: A Guide For School Leaders by Linda Evans. London: Cassell, 1999 (Book Review). Journal of In-Service Education, 28 (2). pp. 376-378. ISSN Print 1367-4587 Online 1747-5082
Bigger, Stephen (2002) Reaching Students: Teachers’ Ways of Knowing by Vivienne Collinson. Thousand Oaks;Corwin Press/Sage, 1996 (Book Review). Journal of In-Service Education, 28 (2). pp. 378-380. ISSN Print: I367-4587 Online: 1747-5082
Dart, Gareth and Didimalang, Clem and Pilime, Serufe (2002) An Evaluation of Special Units for Children with Mental Retardation at Botswana Primary Schools. Technical Report. Botswana Educational Research Association, Gaborone Botswana. (Unpublished)
Harris, S and Kington, A (2002) Innovative Classroom Practices Using ICT in England. National Foundation for Educational Research, Slough. ISBN 1903880351
Harris, S and Kington, A (2002) Redefining the Classroom: Innovative Pedagogical Practices Using ICT in Primary and Secondary Schools in England. Project Report. NfER, Slough.
Harris, S and Kington, A and Lee, B (2002) Classroom Practice: New approaches Supported by ICT. TOPIC, 28 .
Hobson, A.J. and Braun, A and Kington, A and Felgate, R and O'Connor, K (2002) Evaluation of Excellence in Cities Primary Pilot: A Report of the Findings of Interviews with Partnership Coordinators. Project Report. DfES, London.
Hobson, A.J. and Kington, A (2002) Evaluation of Excellence in Cities Primary Extension: A Report on the Findings of the Learning Mentor Strand Study. Project Report. NfER, Slough.
Kington, A and Easton, C and Masson, J (2002) Evaluation of the Leading Small Primary Schools Pilot Programme. Project Report. National College of School Leadership, Nottingham.
Kington, A and Harris, S and Leask, M (2002) Innovative Practice Using ICT in Schools: Findings From Two Case Studies. Management in Education, 16 (1). pp. 31-35. ISSN 0892-0206