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Howarth, Sue (2015) Chapter 7: Run for Your Life. In: Salters-Nuffield A level Biology Student Book 2 + ActiveBook. Salters-Nuffield AS and A level Biology 2015 (SNAB) . Pearson Education Limited, Harlow. ISBN Paperback: 9781447991014 (In Press)

Lewin-Jones, Jenny and Mitra, Barbara (2011) Gender Roles in Children's Television Commercials. In: Small-Scale Research in Primary Schools. A Reader for Learning and Professional Development. Routledge, Oxon . ISBN 0415585600

Reed, Michael and Walker, Rosie (2011) Parental Partnerships. In: Play and Practice in the Early Years Foundation Stage. SAGE, London, pp. 63-73. ISBN 9781848609976


Bigger, Stephen (2004) Introduction to Sikhs and Sikhism. Documentation. 2nd Edition. (Unpublished)

Conference or Workshop Item

Howarth, Sue (2014) Drawing Inspiration - A Fresh Look at Biological Diagrams. In: Association for Science Education annual conference 2014, 8-11 January 2014, University of Birmingham.


Costley, Carol and Elliott, Geoffrey and Gibbs, Paul (2010) Doing Work Based Research: Approaches to Enquiry for Insider-Researchers. Sage, London. ISBN 978-1-84860-678-4

Howard, Colin and Cooke, Vivian (2014) Practical Ideas For Teaching Primary Science. Critical Publishing, Northwich. ISBN 9781909682290

Scott, Ian and Ely, C. (2006) Essential Study Skills for Nursing. Mosby Elsevier, Edinburgh. ISBN 0723433712

Storey, David (2003) Citizen, State and Nation. Changing Geography . Geographical Association, Sheffield. ISBN 978-1-84377-094-7


Howarth, Sue (2015) Student Activity Sheets, Topic 7: Run For Your Life to accompany Salters-Nuffield Advanced Biology textbook. Pearson Education Limited, Harlow. (In Press)

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