The LKMco Youth and Education Podcast No. 035 - Research Roundup
- Posted 2019-08-29
"In this episode Phil Yeeles, Junior Researcher at LKMco, shares a selection of research that he has been reading lately with Dr Sam Baars, our Director of Research. This episode has a critical conceptual focus: Sam and Phil discuss the ideological implications of youth social action as an uncontested ‘good’, the consequences of perpetually silent ‘zero-tolerance’ classrooms, and what different visions of a National Education Service might look like, the problems they might solve and the challenges they’d face."Podcast audio
This week, I’ve made my very first appearance on the LKMco (edit: now CfEY) podcast, talking to my colleague Dr Sam Baars about several pieces of research I have recently read.
- Davies, B. (2019). Youth Volunteering—The New Panacea. In Austerity, Youth Policy and the Deconstruction of the Youth Service in England (pp. 217–235). Springer.
- Wenham, L. (2019). 'It’s horrible. And the class is too silent'-A silent classroom environment can lead to a paralysing fear of being put on the spot, called-out, shown up, shamed or humiliated. Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies (JCEPS), 17(1).
- Stevenson, H. (2018). A New Deal for the Teaching Profession. FORUM: For Promoting 3-19 Comprehensive Education, 60(2), 239–244. Symposium Books.
Catch it at the link below or at the link at the top of this article.The episode on the CfEY website