This series aims to present the latest research from right across the field of education. It is not confined to any particular area or school of thought and seeks to provide coverage of a broad range of topics, theories and issues from around the world.
Please send inquiries or proposals for this series to one of the following:
Emilie Coin: [email protected] – Editor, UK, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East
Elsbeth Wright: [email protected] – Editor, North & South America
Vilija Stephens: [email protected] – Editor, Australia & New Zealand
Katie Peace: [email protected] – Publisher, Asia
Lived Democracy in Education Young Citizens’ Democratic Lives in Kindergarten, School and Higher Education
Meeting the Challenges of Existential Threats through Educational Innovation A Proposal for an Expanded Curriculum
New Thinking, New Scholarship and New Research in Catholic Education Responses to the Work of Professor Gerald Grace
Exploring Challenging Picturebooks in Education International Perspectives on Language and Literature Learning
Pioneering Perspectives in Cooperative Learning Theory, Research, and Classroom Practice for Diverse Approaches to CL
By Shirley Palframan
December 31, 2021
Multimodal Signs of Learning proposes a methodology to uncover evidence of learning in students’ multimodal compositions. Informed by social semiotic theory, the book tracks representation of subject content from physical and embodied teaching resources to students’ hand-made artefacts and physical...
Edited By Rune Herheim, Tobias Werler, Kjellrun Hiis Hauge
November 26, 2021
This book outlines the notion of ‘lived democracy in education’, bringing together interdisciplinary educational research on young citizens’ democratic practices in kindergartens, schools, and teacher education. Presenting both theoretical and empirical studies, and drawing on a variety of ...
Edited By Herner Saeverot
November 23, 2021
Meeting the Challenges of Existential Threats through Educational Innovation is the first book of its kind to provide an educational and systematic analysis of problems and solutions regarding the most pressing threats that humankind is facing. The book makes a case for the importance of ...
Edited By Nicholas McGuinn, Norio Ikeno, Ian Davies, Edda Sant
November 05, 2021
This book brings together respected international academics and practitioners from citizenship and drama to debate, share their experiences and plan a way forward for academic and professional best practice in drama and citizenship education for a democratic society. Drawing on international ...
Edited By Sean Whittle
August 04, 2021
New Thinking, New Scholarship and New Research in Catholic Education gives a forum to many established and leading scholars to review and critically appraise the research contribution of Gerald Grace to Catholic education. The book demonstrates the way in which the field of Catholic Education ...
Edited By Åse Marie Ommundsen, Gunnar Haaland, Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer
July 23, 2021
What should children and students read? This volume explores challenging picturebooks as learning materials in early childhood education, primary and secondary school, and even universities. It addresses a wide range of thematic, cognitive, and aesthetic challenges and educational affordances of ...
By Tone Kvernbekk
June 17, 2021
This important book offers a meta-theoretical account of educational theories and how they work. It offers a classification scheme of distinct types of educational theory in which the account developed can inform the work of educational theorists and practitioners. Kvernbekk observes throughout ...
Edited By Marni E. Fisher, Kimiya Sohrab Maghzi, Charlotte Achieng-Evensen, Meredith A. Dorner, Holly Pearson, Mina Chun
June 10, 2021
This volume narrates and shares the often-unheard voices of students, parents, and educators during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through close analysis of their lived experiences, the book identifies key patterns, pitfalls, and lessons learnt from pandemic education. Drawing on contributions from all ...
By Douglas Yacek
May 25, 2021
Transformative approaches to teaching and learning have become ubiquitous in education today. Researchers, practitioners and commentators alike often claim that a truly worthwhile education should transform learners in a profound and enduring way. But what exactly does it mean to be so transformed?...
By Fred Dervin, Ashley Simpson
April 22, 2021
This innovative book problematises the internal relationships within and between the intercultural and the political in education. It engages in a critical dialogue with current practices and discourses, and the focus on ‘the political’ offers an alternative trajectory to explore interculturality ...
Edited By Neil Davidson
March 30, 2021
Offering first-hand insights from the early originators of Cooperative Learning (CL), this volume documents the evolution of CL, illustrating its historical and contemporary research, and highlights the personal experiences which have helped inspire and ground this concept. Each of the chapters ...
By Kirk Eggleston, Erinn J. Green, Shawn Abel, Stephanie Poe, Charol Shakeshaft
March 11, 2021
Building on comprehensive research conducted in US schools, this accessible volume offers an effective model of school leadership to develop and implement school-wide, trauma-responsive approaches to student discipline. Recognizing that challenging student behaviours are often rooted in early ...