Items by Bullock, Kate
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Hejmadi, M.V., Bullock, K., Gould, V. and Lock, G.D., 2012. Is choosing to go on placement a gamble? Perspectives from bioscience undergraduates. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 37 (5), pp. 605-618.
Bullock, K., Hejmadi, M. and Lock, G., 2012. Work placements for bioscience undergraduates: Are they really necessary? Journal of Biological Education, 46 (1), pp. 4-11.
Bullock, K., Muschamp, Y., Ridge, T. and Wikeley, F., 2010. Educational relationships in out-of-school-time activities: are children in poverty missing out again? Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 5 (2), pp. 103-116.
Bullock, K., Gould, V., Hejmadi, M. and Lock, G., 2009. Work placement experience: should I stay or Should I go? Higher Education Research and Development, 28 (5), pp. 481-494.
Wikeley, F., Bullock, K., Muschamp, Y. and Ridge, T., 2009. Educational relationships and their impact on poverty. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 13 (4), pp. 377-393.
Lock, G., Bullock, K., Gould, V. and Hejmadi, M., 2009. Exploring the industrial-placement experience for Mechanical Engineering undergraduates. Engineering Education: Journal of the Higher Education Academy, Engineering Subject (1), pp. 42-51.
Muschamp, Y., Bullock, K., Ridge, T. and Wikeley, F., 2009. 'Nothing to do': the impact of poverty on pupils' learning identities within out-of-school activities. British Educational Research Journal, 35 (2), pp. 305-321.
Wikeley, F. and Bullock, K., 2008. How to personalise learning: the importance of relationships. In: British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference 2008, 2008-09-03 - 2008-09-06, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Bullock, K. and Wikeley, F., 2008. Every child should have one:What it means to be a learning guide. Improving Schools, 11 (1), pp. 49-60.
Bullock, K. and Wikeley, F., 2008. Educative partnerships in out-of-school-time activities: Implications for sustainable learning. In: International Congress on School Effectiveness and Improvement, 2008-01-06 - 2008-01-09, Auckland.
Wikeley, F., Muschamp, Y. M., Bullock, K. and Ridge, T., 2007. Educational relationships and the concept of authority. In: European Association for Research into Learning and Instruction (EARLI) Conference, 2007-01-01, Budapest.
Wikeley, F., Bullock, K., Muschamp, Y. and Ridge, T., 2007. Educational relationships outside school: why access is important. Discussion Paper. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Muschamp, Y., Bullock, K., Ridge, T. and Wikeley, F., 2006. Learning out of School: an exploration of poverty and children’s educational relationships. In: European Conference on Educational Research, 2006-09-01, Geneva.
Muschamp, Y. M. and Bullock, K., 2006. Learning to love learning? - what the pupils think. Maidenhead, U. K.: Open University Press, pp. 71-80.
Bullock, K. and Muschamp, Y. M., 2004. Reflecting on Pedagogy: Outcomes from a Beacon School Network. Teacher Development, 8 (1), 29--44.
Bishop, K., Bullock, K., Martin, S. and Reid, A., 2003. Learning from Coursework: Student Voices, Teacher Choices. Topic, 30, 1--7.
Bullock, K. and Wikeley, F., 2003. Personal Learning Planning: Can tutoring improve pupils' learning? Pastoral Care in Education, 21 (1), 18--25.
Bullock, K. and Fertig, M., 2003. Partners in Learning or Monitors for Attendance? Views on Personal Tutorials from Further Education. Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 8 (3), 329--343.
Sahin, C., Bullock, K. and Stables, A., 2002. Teachers' Beliefs and Practices in Relation to their Beliefs about Questioning at Key Stage 2. Educational Studies, 28 (4), 371--384.
Bullock, K., Bishop, K. N., Martin, S. and Reid, A., 2002. Learning from Coursework in English and Geography. Cambridge Journal of Education, 32, 325--340.
Bullock, K. and Wikeley, F., 2001. Personal Learning Planning: Strategies for Pupil Learning. Forum, 43 (2), 67--69.