Bibliographies for Learning Development

A reading list of selected resources I’ve found helpful as a Learning Developer

 

On Learning Development

Hartley, P., John Hildsdon, Christine Keenan, Sandra Sinfield, Michelle Verity, eds. (2011). Learning Development in Higher Education. Basingstoke, Palgrave MacMillan.

Lillis, Theresa (2001) Student Writing: Access, Regulation, Desire. London, Routledge

 

On Learning:

Pritchard, A. (2018). Ways of Learning: Learning Theory for the Classroom (4th Edn) New York and Abingdon: Routledge.

Tusting, K. and Barton, T. (2003) Models of Adult Learning: A Literature Review. Leicester: NIACE.

 

One to One work

Atkinson, C. and Chandler, B. (2001). Student Support: Tutoring, Guidance and Dealing with Disruption. A Reader. London: Greenwich University Press

Cooper, Julie and Reynolds, Ann (2008). The One to One Toolkit. Tips and Strategies for Advisors, Coaches and Mentors. Peterborough, CareerTrain.

Harris, Muriel. 1986. Teaching One-to-One. The Writing Conference. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English

McHenry, Bill and McHenry, Jim (2015). What Therapists Say and Why They Say It: Effective Therapeutic Responses and Techniques (2nd ed.). London:Routledge.

Peelo, M., Helping Students with Study Problems (Buckingham: The Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press, 1994)

Thompson, Neil (2006). People Problems. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

Turner, J. (2011). ‘the case for One to One Academic Advice for Students. in: Hartley, P., John Hildsdon, Christine Keenan, Sandra Sinfield, Michelle Verity, eds. Learning Development in Higher Education. Basingstoke, Palgrave MacMillan. 91- 101.

Jane Westergaard (2017) An Introduction to Helping Skills: Counselling, Coaching and Mentoring. SAGE: London.

Wisker, G., Exley, K., Antoniou, M, and Ridley, P. (2007) Working One-to-One with Students: Supervising, Coaching, Mentoring, and Personal Tutoring. New York and London: Routledge.

 

Workshops

Bourner, T; Martin V., and Race, P. (1993) Workshops That Work: 100 Ideas to Make Your Training Events More Effective. McGraw-Hill

Cooper, J. and Reynolds, A. (2010). The Groupwork Toolkit: How to convert your one to one advice skills to work with Groups. Peterborough: Careertrain.