UCL IOE Press
UCL IOE Press publishes books, eBooks, open-access titles and journals in the field of education and related areas of social science and professional practice. Our publications are rooted in a commitment to careful analysis and social justice. We are a university press based at the UCL Institute of Education
The struggle to establish school science in England
"A superb, informative and rigorous book on the history of the science curriculum in England by an outstanding scholar. Professor Edgar Jenkins has produced an enormously helpful companion for anyone who wants to understand the dynamics of curriculum reform, including policymakers, curriculum developers, teacher educators, and educational researchers as well as teachers."
Professor Sibel Erduran, University of Oxford
New Frameworks and Perspectives for Working with Young People
"Applied psychology with young adults has long been a comparatively neglected field. This book provides a valuable resource for anyone wishing to gain greater understanding of the contributions that educational psychologists can make to work in this area."
Julian Elliott, Professor of Educational Psychology, Durham University
The Future of Education for the 21st Century
"This book questions our relationship with knowledge, interrogates our understanding of intelligence and considers what it means to be human in the age of machines. Rose Luckin’s belief that educators can and should be the crucial agents of change in our approach to AI makes this book a vitally important read for anyone interested in preparing a generation of young people for what lies ahead."
Lord Puttnam, Member of the House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence
An evidence-informed, collaborative professional learning resource for teacher leaders and other leaders working within and across schools
"This ingenious game-like yet evidence-informed professional conversation-starter will help both challenge and deepen leaders' thinking and develop their strategies, while making the business of becoming a better leader playful rather than pompous or ponderous."
Dr Andy Hargreaves, Research Professor, Lynch School of Education, Boston College, and President of the International Congress of School Effectiveness and Improvement