Jonathan Tummons
Jonathan Tummons
Associate Professor in Education, Durham University
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Institutional ethnography and actor–network theory: a framework for researching the assessment of trainee teachers
J Tummons
Ethnography and Education 5 (3), 345-357, 2010
‘It sort of feels uncomfortable’: problematising the assessment of reflective practice
J Tummons
Studies in Higher education 36 (4), 471-483, 2011
Sociomateriality: a theoretical framework for studying distributed medical education
A MacLeod, O Kits, E Whelan, C Fournier, K Wilson, G Power, K Mann, ...
Academic Medicine 90 (11), 1451-1456, 2015
Using software for qualitative data analysis: Research outside paradigmatic boundaries
J Tummons
Big data? Qualitative approaches to digital research, 2014
The invisible work of distributed medical education: exploring the contributions of audiovisual professionals, administrative professionals and faculty teachers
A MacLeod, O Kits, K Mann, J Tummons, KW Wilson
Advances in Health Sciences Education 22 (3), 623-638, 2017
Becoming a professional tutor in the lifelong learning sector
J Tummons
Learning Matters, 2010
Theoretical trajectories within communities of practice in higher education research
J Tummons
Higher Education Research & Development 31 (3), 299-310, 2012
Assessing learning in the lifelong learning sector
J Tummons
SAGE, 2011
The assessment of lesson plans in teacher education: A case study in assessment validity and reliability
J Tummons
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 35 (7), 847-857, 2010
Doing your research project in the lifelong learning sector
J Tummons
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2012
The textual representation of professionalism: problematising professional standards for teachers in the UK lifelong learning sector
J Tummons
Research in post-compulsory education 19 (1), 33-44, 2014
Contemporary Issues In Lifelong Learning: n/a
V Duckworth, J Tummons
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2010
Professional standards in teacher education: tracing discourses of professionalism through the analysis of textbooks
J Tummons
Research in Post-Compulsory Education 19 (4), 417-432, 2014
Using technology to accomplish comparability of provision in distributed medical education in Canada: an actor–network theory ethnography
J Tummons, C Fournier, O Kits, A MacLeod
Studies in Higher Education 43 (11), 1912-1922, 2018
Teaching without a blackboard and chalk: Conflicting attitudes towards using ICTs in higher education teaching and learning
J Tummons, C Fournier, O Kits, A MacLeod
Higher Education Research & Development 35 (4), 829-840, 2016
AZ of lifelong learning
J Tummons, S Powell
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2014
Dominant discourses of pre‐service teacher education and the exigencies of the workplace: an ethnographic study from English further education
L Dixon, A Jennings, K Orr, J Tummons
Journal of vocational education and training 62 (4), 381-393, 2010
A fresh approach to indigenous business education
V Duckworth, J Tummons, C Bajada, R Trayler
Education+ Training, 2014
Repositioning professionalism: teachers, mentors, policy and praxis
E Ingleby, J Tummons
Research in Post-Compulsory Education 17 (2), 163-178, 2012
Assessment, and the literacy practices of trainee PCET teachers
J Tummons
International Journal of Educational Research 47 (3), 184-191, 2008
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