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  • Bracey, M., Bracey, P. and Kirkland, S. (2014) Chapter 7: History. In: Smith, P. and Dawes, L. (eds.) Subject Teaching in Primary History. London: Sage. pp. 129-148.
  • Caldwell, H. and Honeyford, G. (2014) Computing and digital literacy. In: Smith, P. and Dawes, L. (eds.) Subject Teaching in Primary Education. London: SAGE. pp. 43-64.
  • Dawes, L. (2010) Planning and managing learning. In: Arthur, J. and Cremin, T. (eds.) Learning to Teach in the Primary School. London: Routledge. pp. 146-159.
  • Garner, P. (2005) 'Nice to see you!' Primary schools and educational inclusion. In: Gonzalez, R., Herrero, M. and Ruiz, B. (eds.) Family School Community Partnerships Merging into Social Development. Oviedo: Grup SM. pp. 307-328.
  • Rose, R. (2008) Promoting inclusion in the primary classroom. In: Forlin, C. and Lian, M.-G. J. (eds.) Reform, Inclusion and Teacher Education: Towards a New Era of Special Education in the Asia-Pacific Region. Abingdon: Routledge. pp. 129-141.
  • Tarry, E. (2012) Teaching assistants: providing support for the IPC. In: Hayden, M. and Thompson, J. (eds.) Taking the IPC Forward: Engaging with the International Primary Curriculum. Woodbridge: John Catt Educational. pp. 125-133.
  • Turner, S. J. and Childs, K. (2016) Artists. In: Caldwell, H. and Smith, N. (eds.) Teaching Computing Unplugged in Primary Schools: Exploring Primary Computing Through Practical Activities Away from the Computer. London: Learning Matters. pp. 51-72.


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