London Review of Education

Volume 17, Issue 2
18 July 2019
London Review of Education
UCL Press

Table of contents

'It's all about coping with the new specifications': Coping professional development – the new CPD97
Educating teachers towards global citizenship: A comparative study in four European countries112
Supporting teacher professionalism through tailored professional learning126
The potential of MOOCs for large-scale teacher professional development in contexts of mass displacement141
Educational attainment of Eastern European pupils in primary schools in England: Implications for policy and practice159
The challenges facing English schools in the journey to 2030, with a specific focus on London178
Taking Race Live: Exploring experiences of race through interdisciplinary collaboration in higher education193
Researcher development in universities: Origins and historical context206
University spaces: Creating cité and place223
Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: Working towards decolonization, indigeneity and interculturalism , edited by Fatima Pirbhai-Illich, Shauneen Pete and Fran Martin236
Learning as Development: Rethinking international education in a changing world , by Daniel A. Wagner239
Teacher Learning with Classroom Assessment: Perspectives from Asia Pacific , edited by Heng Jiang and Mary F. Hill242
Knowledge, Curriculum and Equity: Social realist perspectives , edited by Brian Barrett, Ursula Hoadley and John Morgan245
Challenges for principled induction and mentoring of new teachers: Lessons from New Zealand and Wales249