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
Teaching in Effective Primary Schools
Research into Pedagogy and Children's Learning
"The history of education is littered with ideology, headline-grabbing here today, gone tomorrow policies and the hyped ideas of education gurus. Cutting through the fads and fashions, this book, by some of the UK’s most eminent education academics, gives us firm foundations for effective primary education."
From the foreword by Sir Kevan Collins, Chief Executive, Education Endowment Foundation
Reframing Space for Learning
Excellence and innovation in university teaching
"This exciting collection offers an innovative and creative perspective on teaching and learning in higher education. All those who teach in universities - and their students - will benefit significantly from the many new insights it provides."
Chris James, Professor of Educational Leadership and Management, University of Bath
Diversity in Teacher Education
Perspectives on a School-led System
“The topography so painstakingly developed by the Diversity in Teacher Education project is an invaluable guide to the ‘system of small systems’ that now characterizes the landscape of initial teacher training in England."
Katharine Burn, Associate Professor of Education, University of Oxford
Science for All
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