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Freda Wolfenden et al. (2017-10-26) Teacher educators and OER in East Africa: Interrogating pedagogic change, ROER4D
Thomas Power et al. (2016) Assessment Project - Bangladesh. Baseline Study., The British Council
Lore Gallastegi and Jane Cullen (2014-12-10) Working with local teachers to support girls’ and women’s education in Malawi, In Gender and Education Association Biennial Interim Conference 2014: Gender and Education in the Asia Pacific: Possibilities and Provocations
Kristina Stutchbury and Jane Cullen (2013-09) We’re improving the quality of teaching”: conceptualising ‘quality’ and ‘change’ using lessons from a current TESSA project, In UKFIET International Conference on Education and Development – Education & Development Post 2015: Reflecting, Reviewing, Re-visioning.
Jophus Anamuah-Mensah and Jane Cullen (2013) The Teacher Education in sub-Saharan Africa Programme (TESSA): Evolving, Extending, Embedding, Reflecting, In DETA: Distance Education and Teacher Education International Conference
Jane Cullen and Joyce Chitsulo (2013) ‘I really appreciate you saying that’: the challenges of developing a partnership, In UKFIET International Conference on Education and Development – Education & Development Post 2015: Reflecting, Reviewing, Re-visioning
Jane Cullen, Fred Keraro and Joseph Wamutitu (2012) Leadership support for school-based professional development for primary school teachers: the use of TESSA OERs in schools in Kenya, In ICET international conference - The Changing Global Perspective on the Role of Teacher and Teacher Education, International Council on Education for Teaching
Joseph M. Wamutitu et al. (2011) The context of using TESSA OERs in Egerton University’s teacher education programmes, In DETA distance education and teacher education international pre-conference workshop
Jane Cullen (2011) Addressing 'serial disruption': designing and providing education for children caught up in conflict, In UKFIET International Conference on Education and Development Global Challenges for Education: Economics, Environment and Emergency
Ros Morpeth et al. (2009-11) Open and distance learning for basic education in South Asia: its potential for hard to reach children and children in conflict and disaster areas, UNICEF