Best paper titles...

15th September 2000 at 01:00
"Problems of puddle splashing, running free and a dead fish: an exploration of controversial curriculum issues in designing multimedia training materials for use by practitioners working with children under three"

Julia Gillen, Helen Moylett, Lesley Abbott, Janet Ackers, Manchester Metropolitan

University

"Humpty Dumpty and the art of evaluation"

Elaine Freedman, Bath

University <> "Foundations or formica?"

Linda Pound, University of North London

"Overcoming veriphobia - learning to love truth again"

Richard Bailey, University of Reading

"Retention deficit disorder: constructing the feral 'other' in a post-industrial city

Pat Thomson, University of South Australia

"Teach granny too"

Geoffrey Elliott, University

College, Worcester


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