Comprehensively explores policy, pedagogy and the student experience. This work explores key policies that have shaped higher education since the late twentieth century, and traces the impact that these policies have had on the extent and nature of higher education provision.
Explores the inter-relationship between the three fields and considers how these relationships have informed teaching practice, especially in the school context. In this book, reflective exercises, interviews, chapter summaries and useful websites will encourage and support student learning and the application of new concepts.
Outlines the useful elements of teaching Citizenship. This book covers teaching and learning Citizenship; planning to teach Citizenship; implementing whole school initiatives; and, assessment in Citizenship education, and much more.
John Locke is widely regarded as one of the foundational thinkers of modern western society. His contributions to a huge range of philosophical debates are as important and influential now as they were in the seventeenth century. This title provides an accessible introduction to the ideas of this hugely significant thinker.
Focuses on the future of geography and geography education by exploring questions such as: How can geography education prepare young people for the places, environments and societies they will inhabit in the future? How can geography and geography education present an agenda that can be taken seriously and implemented in the twenty first century?
As the Vikings began to migrate overseas as raiders or settlers in the late eighth century, there is evidence that this new way of life, centred on warfare, commerce and exploration, brought with it a warrior ethos that gradually became codified in the Viking myths. This book leads the reader into the lost world of the Norse gods.