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
Alice Salt: [email protected] – Editor, North & South America
Vilija Stephens: [email protected] – Editor, Australia & New Zealand
Katie Peace: [email protected] – Publisher, Asia
Assessment for Experiential Learning
Pioneering Perspectives in Cooperative Learning Theory, Research, and Classroom Practice for Diverse Approaches to CL
Activity Theory and Collaborative Intervention in Education Expanding Learning in Japanese Schools and Communities
Navigating Precarity in Educational Contexts Reflection, Pedagogy, and Activism for Change
Relational Aspects of Parental Involvement to Support Educational Outcomes Parental Communication, Expectations, and Participation for Student Success
By Chang Chew Hung
December 30, 2022
Climate change is complex and there is a need to educate our future generations so that they are able to deal with the plethora of information and views that they come into contact within their lives. This book inquires into what it means to teach and learn about climate change. Now in its 2nd ...
By Elizabeth Ashton
December 23, 2022
This book provides a fresh approach to motivation in primary school children by exploring the role of metaphor and symbol in language and art as a means of expressing insights developed through learning. The book investigates and transcends Piaget’s dominant child developmental theories and ...
By Cecilia Ka Yuk Chan
September 29, 2022
Chan’s book explores the challenges in assessing experiential learning, deepens our understanding, and inspires readers to think critically about the purpose of assessment in experiential learning. Experiential learning has been studied and proven to be effective for student learning, particularly ...
By Kirk Eggleston, Erinn J. Green, Shawn Abel, Stephanie Poe, Charol Shakeshaft
September 26, 2022
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 ...
By Neil Davidson
September 26, 2022
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 Katsuhiro Yamazumi
August 29, 2022
By applying cultural-historical activity theory and expansive learning theory to educational research, this volume illuminates new forms of educational activities as collaborative interventions in schools and communities where learners and practitioners generate expansive learning so that they can ...
By Nicholas Rowe
August 29, 2022
The Realities of Completing a PhD gives a balanced and evidence-based view of the realities of PhD life. Full of practical tips and including a checklist to complete before sending an application, the book helps prospective PhD students prepare for the realities of taking on a PhD from an informed ...
By Neil Hooley
August 25, 2022
Emerging from the confusion and chaos of neoliberal economic systems around the world, this book brings together a collection of major philosophical ideas from previous centuries and applies them to the practice of education. The book argues that pragmatist philosophy is the most appropriate to ...
By Nick Sorensen
August 08, 2022
The Improvising Teacher offers a radical reconceptualization of improvisation as a fundamental element of teacher expertise. Drawing on theories of improvisation and expertise alongside empirical research, the book argues that teacher expertise is fundamentally improvisatory. The book provides a ...
By Karen Monkman, Ann Frkovich, Amira Proweller
August 01, 2022
This volume offers a timely collection of research-based studies that engage with contemporary conditions of precarity across an array of locations, exploring how it is understood, experienced, and acted upon by educators in schools, universities, and nonformal educational spaces. Precarity ...
By William Jeynes
July 18, 2022
Offering contributions from international leaders in the field, this volume builds on empirically informed meta-analyses to foreground relationship-based aspects of parental involvement in children’s education and learning. Chapters explore how factors including parent-child communication, ...
By Maria Tamboukou
June 29, 2022
This edited volume explores how Stephen Ball’s work has shaped the field of the sociology of education worldwide. Written by internationally based researchers who are Ball’s former PhD students, it draws on different strands of his work to show what it means to think, write, and do research ...