Further reading

Finally, we thought it would be useful to refer to some of the books that were helpful in developing the Enquiring Minds approach.

Catherine Burke and Ian Grosvenor (2003). The School I’d Like. Routledge

David Buckingham (2003). Media Education: Literacy, Learning and Contemporrary Culture. Polity

Gwyn Edwards and Vic Kelly (eds) (1998). Experience and Education: Towards an Alternative National Curriculum. Paul Chapman Publishing

Michael Fielding and Sara Bragg (2003). Students as Researchers: Making a Difference. Pearson.

John MacBeath, Helen Demetriou, Jean Rudduck and Kate Myers (2003). Consulting Pupils: A Toolkit for Teachers. Pearson

Nicola Madge (2005). Children These Days. Policy Press

Moseley, D et al (2005). Frameworks for Thinking: A Handbook for Teaching and Learning. Cambridge University Press

Bill Osgerby (2004). Youth Media. Routledge

John Quicke (2000). A Curriculum for Life. Open University Press

Jean Rudduck and Julia Flutter (2004). How to Improve your School: Giving Pupils a Voice. Continuum

Tracey Skelton and Gill Valentine (1998). Cool Places: Geographies of Youth Culture. Routledge

Chris Watkins, Eileen Carnell and Caroline Lodge (2007). Effective Learning in Classrooms. Paul Chapman

Chris Watkins. Classrooms as Learning Communities: What’s in it for Schools? Routledge

John White (ed) (2005). Rethinking the School Curriculum. RoutledgeFalmer

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