Recent publications

  • Fancourt, N. (2013) “Very sad, but it works”: one pupil’s assessment career in religious education. In Religion and Education, 40:1, 78-89Fancourt, N. (2012) Teaching Christianity in religious education: a review of research. Research report.
  • Brooks, V. and Fancourt, N. (2012) Is self-assessment in religious education unique?, in British Journal of Religious Education 34:2, 195-212 Arthur, A., Fancourt, N. (2012) Assessment, failure and motivation in religious education. Religious Education Journal of Australia 28:2. 29-35Gearon, L. and Sears, A. (2010) Education, Politics and Religion: Reconciling the Civil and the Sacred in Education. London and New York: Routledge
  • De Souza, M., Durka, G., Engebretson, K and Gearon, L. (eds.) (2010) International Handbook for Inter-Religious Education, Springer Academic Publishers [four volumes].
  • Furlong, J. and Oancea, A. (Eds) (2007) Assessing Quality in Applied and Practice-Based Research in Education. London: Routledge.
  • Oancea, A. (2011) Philosophy of education. In J. Arthur (Ed) The Routledge Companion to Education. London: Routledge.
  • Oancea, A. (2010) Research assessment in the UK: Issues of concern. In: International Social Science Council (2010) World Social Science Report. Paris: UNESCO.
  • Oancea, A. (2008) Standardisation and versatility in research assessment. In: A. Besley (Ed) Assessing the Quality of Research in Higher Education. Rotterdam: Sense.
  • Oancea, A. (2005) Criticisms of educational research: Key topics and levels of analysis. In: British Educational Research Journal, 31 (2).
  • Oancea, A. and Bridges, D. (2009) Philosophy of education – its contribution and status since 1988. Oxford Review of Education, 35 (5), pp. 553-568.
  • Oancea, A. and Pring, R. (2009) The importance of being thorough: On systematic accumulations of “what works” in education research. In: Journal of Philosophy of Education, 42(s1), 4-15. Reprinted in: D. Bridges, P. Smeyers, R. Smith (Eds.) Evidence-Based Education Policy: What Evidence? What Basis? Whose Policy? Oxford: Blackwells.
  • Pring, R., Hayward, G., Hodgson, A., Johnson, J., Keep, E., Oancea, A., Rees, G., Spours, K. and Wilde, S. (2009) Education for All: The future of education and training for 14-19 year olds. London: Routledge.
  • Fancourt, N. (2010) ‘I’m less intolerant’: reflexive self-assessment in religious education, in British Journal of Religious Education 32:3, 291-306.
  • Moulin, D (2011) ‘Giving voice to “the silent minority”: the experience of religious students in secondary school religious education lessons’ British Journal of Religious Education, 33:3, p. 313-326.

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