overview of academic staff writing bibliography
Samuel, M. and Stephens, D. (2000), 'Critical dialogues with self: developing
teacher identities and roles - a case study of South African student teachers'.
International Journal of Educational Research, 33(5), 475-491.
Saqeb, G. N. (1983), Modernization of Muslim education in Egypt, Pakistan, and
Turkey : a comparative study.
Saqeb, G. N. (1992), Education in Islamic countries. London: University of
Sinclair, M. E. and Lillis, K. M. (1980), School and community in the Third
World. London: Croom Helm.
Smith, R. L. (1979), Progress Towards Universal Primary Education : a
Commonwealth Survey. London: Commonwealth Secretariat Education Division.
Smith, R. L. (1979), 'Review of : Education and Colonialism, by P. G. Altbach
and G. P. Kelly'. International Review of Education, 25.
Smith, R. L. (ed.) (1979), Universal Primary Education. Report of a workshop
organised by EDC. London: EDC, Institute of Education.
Smith, R. L. (1979), 'Curriculum Objectives, Evaluation and Selection in
Swaziland'. In L. Ankrah-Dove and J. Cameron (eds), Selection for Post-Primary
Education in Developing Countries. London: University of London, Institute of
Smith, R. L. (1985), Rural education : some research priorities, a report of a
seminar arranged for the Human Sciences Research Council by the Institute of
Education, University of Bophuthatswana, ... April 3rd & 4th, 1984. Mafikeng:
University of Bophuthatswana, Institute of Education, Teacher Education
Sollis, C. G. (1952), 'Education in British Far Eastern Dependencies', Yearbook
Sollis, C. G. (1961), 'Review Article: Primary Education'. Teacher Education,
Somerset, H. C. A. (1968), Predicting success in school certificate : a Uganda
Somerset, H. C. A. (1983), Secondary education, selection examinations and
university recruitment in Indonesia : some key issues. Brighton: Institute of
Development Studies University of Sussex.
Somerset, H. C. A. (1983), Examinations reform : the Kenya experience:
Washington D C : World Bank.
Somerset, H. C. A. (1984), The development of public examinations in Nepal : a
Somerset, H. C. A. (1985), Examinations as an instrument to improve pedagogy.
Somerset, H. C. A. (1987), Examination reform in Kenya. Washington, D.C.: World
Bank Education and Training Department.
Somerset, H. C. A. (1993), Examinations and the quality of education. Washington
D C: World Bank.
Somerset. H. C. A. (1999). Science and mathematics teacher needs assessment
study. Part 1. Science and mathematics teachers in Central Visayas Region,
Republic of the Philippines : initial training, deployment and subsequent
professional development. Cebu City : Science and Mathematics Education
Institute, University of San Carlos
Somserset, H.C.A. (1999). Science and mathematics teacher needs assessment
study. Part 2. Teaching and learning science and mathematics in the classroom :
effective and ineffective pedagogy compared. Cebu City : Science and Mathematics
Education Institute, University of San Carlos
Somserset, H. C. A. (1999). Mathematics and science education in the
Philippines. Manila : Asian Development Bank
Somerset, H. C. A. (2002). Basic number skills : why students fail in math : a
diagnostic survey of fifteen high schools in Central Visayas, Philippines.
Quezon City : National Institute for Science and Mathematics Education
Development, University of the Philippines
Somerset, H. C. A. and Hawes, H. (1988), Child to child : a survey.
Stephens, D. (1983), 'Review of: UPE by Mark Bray'. Special Edition of
International Review of Education on the Universalisation of Primary Education,
Stephens, D. (1985), 'Decentralisation of Education in Northern Nigeria: A Case
of Continuing Indirect Rule?' In J. Lauglo and M. McLean (eds), The Control of
education : international perspectives on the centralization-decentralization
debate. London: ULIE/ Heinemann.
Stephens, D. (1986), 'Development Education Through the Looking Glass'.
International Journal of Educational Development, 6(2), 121-128.
Stephens, D. (1990), 'Qualitative Factors in Education, Research and
Development: A Position Paper'. International Journal of Educational
Development, 10(2), 143-149.
Stephens, D. (1990), Improving the quality of basic education : an overview of
country papers. Report prepared for the 11th Conference of Commonwealth
Education Ministers, 1990. Barbados.
Stephens, D. (1991), 'The quality of primary education in developing countries:
who defines and who decides?' Comparative Education, 27(2), 223-233.
Stephens, D. (1993), Putting Children First - An Alternative Approach to Health
Education in India and Uganda: Research in Progress. Paper presented at Oxford
Conference on "the Changing Role of the State in Educational Development". 24-28
Sept 1993. Oxford.
Stephens, D. (1997), Girls and basic education : a cultural enquiry. London:
Department for International Development.
Stephens, D. (1997), 'Quality of Primary Education'. In K. Watson, C. Modgil and
S. Modgil (eds), Education Dilemmas: Debate and Diversity. London: Cassell.
Stephens, D. (1998), Researching Teacher Identity in Developing Countries. Paper
presented at inaugural British Association of International and Comparative
Association. Reading: University of Reading.
Stephens, D. (1998), 'Culture, Education and Development'. In V. Johnson, E.
Ivan Smith, G. Gordon, P. Pridmore, and P. Scott (eds), Stepping Forward:
Children and Young People's Participation in the Development Process. London:
Stephens, D. (2000), 'Girls and basic education in Ghana: a cultural enquiry'.
International Journal of Educational Development, 20(1), 29-47.
Stephens, D. and Akyeampong, K. (2002), 'Exploring Backgrounds and Shaping of
Beginning Student Teachers in Ghana: Toward Greater Contextualisation of Teacher
Education'. International Journal for Educational Development.
Stephens, D., Sutton, A. and Williams, M. (1991), 'Monitoring enterprise
education in initial teacher education courses'. British Journal of Education &
Work, 4(2), 73-78.
Steward, L. and Thomas, E. (1996), Teacher education in the Commonwealth :
Caribbean issues and development. London: Commonwealth Secretariat.