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Hayden, M. and Thompson, J., eds., 2012. Taking the IPC Forward:Engaging with the International Primary Curriculum. John Catt Educational Ltd.
Hayden, M. C., Thompson, J. and Walker, G., eds., 2002. International Education in Practice:Dimensions for National and International Schools. Routledge.
Bunnell, T. and Fertig, M., 2016. International schools as 'institutions' and the issue of 'legitimacy'. International Schools Journal, 36 (1), pp. 56-64.
Bunnell, T., Fertig, M. and James, C., 2017. Establishing the legitimacy of a school’s claim to be ‘International’:The provision of an international curriculum as the institutional primary task. Educational Review, 69 (3), pp. 303-317. Item availability may be restricted.
Grimshaw, T., 2011. Concluding editorial: ‘The needs of international students rethought – implications for the policy and practice of higher education’. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 17 (6), pp. 703-712.
Hayden, M., 2012. Third culture kids:The global nomads of transnational spaces of learning. In: Brooks, R., Fuller, A. and Waters, J., eds. Changing Spaces of Education: New Perspectives on the Nature of Learning. Taylor & Francis, pp. 59-78.
Hayden, M. and Thompson, J., 2013. International mindedness: connecting concepts to practice. In: Stagg, L. P., ed. International mindedness. Rochester UK: Urbane Publications, pp. 185-204.
Hayden, M. and Thompson, J., 2013. International schools: antecedents, current issues and metaphors for the future. In: Pearce, R., ed. International Education and Schools. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 3-23.