CoInfo Book Services

Agency Books Quick Search

Click here to see ALL titles from this publisher.

UCL IOE Press


Best Sellers

Whose Human Rights?

Rendel, Margherita.
(1996)  | 9781858560571 | UCL IOE Press | pbk. | book | 260pp
AUD 43.95 (inc. GST), AUD 39.95 (ex. GST),
Out of Stock at the Publisher. (1/7/1996)
Do human rights work? How do they work? Have women benefitted? What part doeseducation play in human rights? These are the issues examined in this book. Itbrings together European, international and global Conventions on human rights,the rights of women, the users and the uses of education, and sets...

Literacy in the Pre-School: The Role of Teachers and Parents

(1997)  | 9781858560755 | UCL IOE Press | pbk. | book | 72pp
AUD 23.95 (inc. GST), AUD 21.77 (ex. GST),
Having taught at pre-school for 20 years, this is the author's account of theinitiatives of the children and of her responses. The classroom becomesdedicated to reading and writing, and the author shows how the children set thepace for literacy learning and encourage their own progress. The bookdemonstrates...

Parents and Schools: Partners or Protagonists?

(2000)  | 9781858561462 | UCL IOE Press | pbk. | book | 180pp
AUD 44.95 (inc. GST), AUD 40.86 (ex. GST),
Parents' relationships with schools are changing. No longer passive recipientsof a bureaucratic allocation system they are increasingly making choices,negotiating and challenging authority - all with a wealth of information thatwould have been unthinkable in the recent past. This book explores the changingroles...

Intercultural Education in European Classrooms

(2000)  | 9781858561691 | UCL IOE Press | pbk. | book | 180pp
AUD 37.95 (inc. GST), AUD 34.50 (ex. GST),
This book brings together the latest writings of leading educators and academicsin the field of second/additional language learning along with the work ofinnovative teachers.From North America: Jim Cumminson, Learning to Read in a Second Language; WayneThomas and Virginia Collieron, Accelerated Learning...

Black Masculinities and Schooling

Sewell, Tony. Bos-Nehles, Anna. Nath, Sahu Tarak. Jessel, Christopher. Marina, Olya. Nicholls, David. Smith, Graham. Staunton, Suzanne. Allen, Cyrus. Denham, Jack. Grabman, Genevieve M. Lim, Seongbae. , Ewick, Patricia. Grayman, Jesse Hession. Sanchez, Mabel. Sarat, Austin. Thomas, Dania. Vadi, Maaja. Wheeler, Anthony R. Yolbulan, Okan Elif. F. Cartwright, Juliana. Aguilera, Ruth V. Andrades, Lidia. Arar, Khalid. Crookes, Adrian. Demos, Vasilikie. Drew, Joseph. Fang, Christina. Gilmarti, Mattia J. Hoskinson, Sherry. Kinoti, Meru Abel. Kleinman, Gary. Lytras, Miltiades D. Pearlstein, Toby. Sacher, William. Shani, Abraham B. (Rami). Storberg-Walker, Julia. Tsuria, Ruth. Wingfield, Adia Harvey.
(1996)  | 9781858560403 | UCL IOE Press | pbk. | book | 200pp
AUD 38.95 (inc. GST), AUD 35.41 (ex. GST),
Out of print.
The author's ethnographic study of an inner city boys' comprehensive schoolreveals the positioning of Afro-Caribbean students by their teachers, peers andwhite students. School standards, along with the influence of the music/fashionculture outside of school, have led some boys to reappropriate sexist...

 

Contact Customer Service for more details.
PH: 03 9210 7860


 

Contact us

Copyright © 2020 about3 Pty Ltd | ABN: 46 634 023 859
12B Koornang Road, Scoresby, 3179. Australia