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Essential reading/viewing for a blended classroom

Burns, T & Sinfield, S (2012) Essential study skills: the complete guide to success at university, London; Sage
(PLUS online resources http://www.uk.sagepub.com/burnsandsinfield3e/study/default.htm)

Buzan, B. & Buzan, T. (1995) The Mind Map Book BBC
Elbow, P. (1991) Writing With Power: techniques for mastering the writing process (2nd Ed)Oxford University Press.

Inquiry and Project Based Learning:

Jeffers, S. (1997) Feel the Fear and do it Anyway London; Century

London Met Study Hub www.londonmet.ac.uk/studyhub.

McIntosh, P (2010) Action Research and Reflective Practice: Creative and visual methods to facilitate reflection and learning London; Routledge 

McIntosh, P Postgraduate nursing students – drawing-only reflective log: http://qmul.academia.edu/paulmcintosh/Papers/731108/Creativity_and_reflection_An_approach_to_reflexivity_in_practice

Robinson, K. (2006) Ken Robinson says ‘Schools kill creativity’ (speech) ONLINE: http://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity.html accessed 10.12.10 

Robinson, K. (2009) ‘Changing Education Paradigms’ (speech) ONLINE:
http://comment.rsablogs.org.uk/ accessed 10.12.10

Schmidt, Laurel. Great Teachers Don’t Take No (or Yes) for an Answer: Teaching by Asking Instead of Telling in Classroom Confidential: The 12 Secrets of Great Teachers . Portsmouth: Heinemann, 2004. 

Shuh, John Hennigar. Teaching Yourself to Teach With Objects in The Educational Role of the Museum: Second Edition . New York: Routledge, 2001, pgs. 80-91. 
André Smith1, Jane Gair2, Phyllis McGee3, Janice Valdez4, Peter Kirk5

Teaching empathy through role-play and fabric art: An innovative pedagogical approach for end-of-life health care providers http://www.ijcaip.com/archives/IJCAIP-10-Smith.html