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  • Czerniawski, G. (2009) Positioning the values of early career teachers in Norway, Germany and England, European Journal of Education, 44 (3) September 2009 pp 421-440.
  • Czerniawski, G. (2011) Emerging Teachers - Emerging identities: Trust and Accountability in the construction of newly qualified teachers in Norway, Germany and    England – European Journal of Teacher Education. 34 (4) pp 431-447.
  • Czerniawski, G. (2012) Repositioning trust: a challenge to inauthentic neoliberal uses of pupil voice, in Management in Education, 26 (3) pp 130-139.
  • Czerniawski, G. (2013) Professional development for professional learners: teachers’ experiences in Norway, Germany and England. Journal of Education for Teaching, 39 (4) pp 1-18.
  • Kidd, W. (2012) ‘Utilising podcasts for learning and teaching: a review and ways forward for e-Learning cultures’, Management in Education, 26 (2) pp 52-57.
  • Kidd, W. (2012) Relational agency and pre-service trainee teachers: Using student voice to frame teacher education pedagogy. Management in Education, 26 (3) pp 120-129.
  • Kidd, W. (2013) Framing pre-service teachers’ professional learning using Web2.0 tools: positioning pre-service teachers as agents of cultural and technological change. Professional Development in Education, 39 (2), pp 260-272.
  • Kidd, W. (2013) ‘Investigating the lives of new teachers through ethnographic blogs’, Ethnography and Education, 8 (2), pp 210-223.
  • Murray, J. (2012) Changing Places, Changing Spaces: Towards understanding teacher education’s location through space-time. Journal of Education for Teaching. 38 (5) pp 245-267.
  • Fowler, Z., Stanley, G., Murray, J., Jones, M. & McNamara, O. (2012) Research capacity building with new technologies within new communities of practice: reflections on the first year of the Teacher Education Research Network. International Journal of Professional Development 32 (2)  pp182-203.
  • Murray, J.,Czerniawski, G. & Barber, P. (2011) Faculty Identities, Academic Communities and Knowledge Terrains in Teacher Education. Journal of Education for Teaching, 37 (3) pp 105 – 125.
  • Jones, M., McNamara, O., Murray, J. & Stanley, G. (2011) Facilitating teacher educators’ professional learning through a regional research capacity-building network. Asia Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 39 (3) August 2011, pp 263-275.
  • Murray, J. (2011) Towards a New Language of Scholarship in Teacher Educators’ Professional Learning? Professional Development in Education 36 (1)  pp197 – 205.
  • Menter, I., Hulme, M. & Murray, J. (2010) Teacher Education Research in the UK: the state of the art. Swiss Revue of Education (Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Bildungswissenscaften) 2010. 1 pp 34-48.
  • Murray, J., Jones, M., McNamara, O., & Stanley, G. (2009) Capacity = Expertise x Motivation x Opportunities: factors in capacity building in teacher education.Journal of Education for Teaching 35 (4) pp 391 – 409.
  • Murray, J., Campbell, A., Hextall, I., Hulme, M., Jones, M., Mahony, P., Menter, I., Procter, R. & Wall, K. (2008) Mapping the Field of Teacher Education. Research: methodology and issues in a research-capacity building initiative in teacher education in the UK. European Educational Research Journal 7 (4)  pp 459 - 474.
  • Murray, J. (2008) Teacher educators’ induction into Higher Education: work-based learning in the micro communities of teacher education. European Journal of Teacher Education 31 (2) pp 117 – 133.
  • Murray, J. (2008) Towards the re-articulation of the work of teacher educators in Higher Education Institutions in England. European Journal of Teacher Education. 31 (1) pp 17-34.
  • Murray, J. & Aymer, C. (2008) The Apparent Conflict between Commitment to the Development of the Profession and the Imperatives of the Academy. Journal of Social Work Education
  • Read, A. & Hurford, D. (2011) “Do Podcasts and Screencasts enable or hinder independent learning?” Practitioner Research in Higher Education, 5 (1) pp 30-38.
  • Read, A. & Hurford, D. (2008) Opportunities for personalised learning: enabling or overwhelming? Practitioner Research in Higher Education.
  • Read, A. & Hurford, D. (2010) “I know how to read longer novels” – Developing pupils’ success criteria in the classroom.  Education 3 (13).
  • Read, A. & Hurford, D. (2011) “Working collaboratively: reflecting on unexpected outcomes”.  Brookes e-journal of Learning and Teaching, 3 (2).