Review of Education

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Edited By: Stephen Gorard, Carl Bagley, Julian Elliott, Christine Merrell, Carole Torgerson, Jonathan Tummons, Nadia Siddiqui, Beng Huat See

Online ISSN: 2049-6613

Associated Title(s): British Educational Research Journal, British Journal of Educational Technology

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New Editorial Team

We are delighted to announce that we have confirmed the appointment of a new editorial team for Review of Education, with effect from January 2016. The team, from Durham University, consists of Professors Stephen Gorard, Carole Torgerson, Julian Elliott, Carl Bagley, and Christine Merrell. We are very excited about the ideas they have to ensure continued success of the journal and we would like to warmly welcome them on board.

Prof Stephen Gorard

Professor, School of Education,
Durham University, UK

 Prof Stephen Gorard

Prof Carole Torgerson

Professor, School of Education,
Durham University, UK

 Prof Carole Torgerson

Prof Carl Bagley

Head of Department and Chair of the Board of Studies, School of Education,
Durham University, UK

 Prof Carl Bagley

Dr Christine Merrell

Reader, School of Education,
Durham University, UK

 Dr Christine Merrell

Prof Joe Elliott

Professor, School of Education,
Durham University, UK

 Prof Joe Elliott

Dr Jonathan Tummons

Associate Editor, Lecturer, School of Education,
Durham University, UK

 Dr Jonathan Tummons

Dr Nadia Siddiqui

Associate Editor, Research Associate, School of Education,
Durham University, UK

 Dr Nadia Siddiqui1

Dr Beng Huat See

Associate Editor, Research Associate, School of Education,
Durham University, UK

 Dr Beng Huat See

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Volume 1 Issue 2 Free to Read Online!

Exposing the intricacies of pre-service teacher education: Incorporating the insights of Freire and Bourdieu

Context and Implications Document

Neil Hooley

Developing caring relationships in schools: a review of the research on caring and nurturing pedagogies

Context and Implications Document

Andrea Velasquez, Richard West, Charles Graham and Richard Osguthorpe

Multiple comprehension strategies instruction in the intermediate grades: three remarks about content and pedagogy in the intervention literature

Context & Implications Document

Dennis S. Davis


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