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Sep-2011The global dimension in education and education for global citizenship: genealogy and critiqueMannion, Greg; Biesta, G J J; Priestley, Mark; Ross, HamishJournal Article
Apr-2002Global Discourses and national reconstruction: the impact of globalization on curriculum policyPriestley, MarkJournal Article
Jun-2010Levels and equivalence in credit and qualifications frameworks: Contrasting the prescribed and enacted curriculum in school and collegeMiller, Kate; Edwards, Richard; Priestley, MarkJournal Article
2000Local Innovation or Government Initiative? Curriculum Specialisation in New Zealand’s Education Quasi–MaPriestley, Mark; Higham, Jeremy; Sharp, PaulJournal Article
2008Making a difference in your school: some perspectives from the research on curriculum changePriestley, MarkWorking or Discussion Paper
Jul-2005Making the most of the Curriculum Review: some reflections on supporting and sustaining change in schoolsPriestley, MarkJournal Article
Sep-2004Ruffling the calm of the ocean floor: merging practice, policy and researching assessment in ScotlandHayward, Louise; Priestley, Mark; Young, MyraJournal Article
Sep-2011School-Based Curriculum Development in Scotland: Curriculum Policy and EnactmentMinty, Sarah; Priestley, MarkConference Paper
1-Aug-2013School-based curriculum development in Scotland: Curriculum policy and enactment (Forthcoming/Available Online)Priestley, Mark; Minty, Sarah; Eager, MichelleJournal Article
Feb-2011Schools, teachers, and curriculum change: A balancing act?Priestley, MarkJournal Article
Sep-2007The social practices of curriculum makingPriestley, MarkThesis or Dissertation
2009Social Studies in Scotland’s school curriculum: a case for a more integrated approaPriestley, MarkJournal Article
Apr-2005Student teachers’ first reflections on information and communications technology and classroom learning: implications for initial teacher educationSime, Daniela; Priestley, MarkJournal Article
Sep-2013Swimming against the tide: A case study of an integrated social studies departmentFenwick, Ashley; Minty, Sarah; Priestley, MarkJournal Article
Mar-2012Teacher agency in curriculum making: agents of change and spaces for manoeuvrePriestley, Mark; Edwards, Richard; Miller, Kate; Priestley, AndreaJournal Article
2012Teacher Agency, Performativity and Curriculum Change: Reinventing the Teacher in the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence?Priestley, Mark; Robinson, Sarah; Biesta, G J JPart of book or chapter of book
Sep-2011Teacher beliefs and the mediation of curriculum innovation in Scotland: A socio-cultural perspective on professional development and changeWallace, Carolyn; Priestley, MarkJournal Article
Apr-2011Teacher learning communities and educational change in Scotland: the Highland experiencePriestley, Mark; Miller, Kate; Barrett, Louise; Wallace, CarolynJournal Article
2012Teachers as agents of change: An exploration of the concept of teacher agencyPriestley, Mark; Biesta, G J J; Robinson, SarahWorking or Discussion Paper
20-Jun-2013Teachers as agents of change: teacher agency and emerging models of curriculumPriestley, Mark; Biesta, G J J; Robinson, SarahPart of book or chapter of book
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