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Campbell, R.J., Robinson, W., Neelands, J., Hewston, Ruth and Mazzoli, L. (2007) Personalised Learning: Ambiguities in Theory and Practice. British Journal of Educational Studies, 55 (2). pp. 135-154. ISSN Print: 0007-1005 Online: 1467-8527

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Neelands, J., Hewston, Ruth and Raynsford, J. (2008) Access and Excellence: Towards a National Debate of Youth Theatre Practices. Technical Report. Report commissioned by the National Association of Youth Theatres.. (Unpublished)

Hewston, Ruth, Neelands, J. and Raynsford, J. (2008) Raising the Quality of Creative Process and Product in Youth Theatre and Widening Representation and Access in Youth Theatre. Technical Report. Report commissioned by the National Association of Youth Theatres.. (Unpublished)

Campbell, R.J., Neelands, J., Robinson, W., Mazzoli, L. and Hewston, Ruth (2006) Personalised Learning: Ambiguities in Theory and Practice. (Occasional Paper 13). Working Paper. National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth, Coventry.

Campbell, R.J., Muijs, D., Mazzoli, L., Hewston, Ruth, Neelands, J., Robinson, W. and Eyre, D. (2006) Engagement with School, Identity and Self-esteem: Some Characteristics of Gifted and Talented Students in England (Occasional Paper 11). Working Paper. National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth, Coventry.

Conference or Workshop Item

Campbell, J., Eyre, D., Hewston, Ruth, Muijs, D., Neelands, J. and Robinson, W. (2005) The Education of Gifted and Talented Children: Some Deficiencies in Pedagogical Theorising. In: The 16th Biennial World Conference of the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children, 6th - 10th August 2005, New Orleans.

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