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In-text: (Acker, 1995)
Your Bibliography: Acker, S., 1995. Carry on Caring: the work of women teachers. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 16(1), pp.21-36.
In-text: (Barth, 1990)
Your Bibliography: Barth, R., 1990. Improving schools from within: teachers, parents, and principals can make the difference. Choice Reviews Online, 28(03), pp.28-1668.
In-text: (Bolton, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Bolton, S., 2005. Women's Work, Dirty Work: The Gynaecology Nurse as 'Other'. Gender, Work and Organization, 12(2), pp.169-186.
In-text: (Brandon, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Brandon, D., 2000. Self-Efficacy: Gender Differences of Prospective Primary Teachers in Botswana. Research in Education, 64(1), pp.36-43.
In-text: (Brinia, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Brinia, V., 2012. Men vs women; educational leadership in primary schools in Greece: an empirical study. International Journal of Educational Management, 26(2), pp.175-191.
In-text: (Busher and Harris, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Busher, H. and Harris, A., 2000. Subject Leadership And School Improvement. London: Sage Publications, pp.1-17.
In-text: (Elamin and Omair, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Elamin, A. and Omair, K., 2010. Males' attitudes towards working females in Saudi Arabia. Personnel Review, 39(6), pp.746-766.
In-text: (The New Ofsted Criteria and Work Scrutiny | For Schools Education Services, 2020)
Your Bibliography: For Schools Education Services. 2020. The New Ofsted Criteria And Work Scrutiny | For Schools Education Services. [online] Available at: <http://forschoolseducation.co.uk/the-new-ofsted-criteria-and-work-scrutiny/> [Accessed 20 January 2020].
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Your Bibliography: GOV.UK. 2020. School Improvement Support. [online] Available at: <https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/school-improvement-support> [Accessed 20 January 2020].
In-text: (Hammersley-fletcher and Brundrett, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Hammersley-fletcher, L. and Brundrett, M., 2005. Leaders on leadership: the impressions of primary school head teachers and subject leaders. School Leadership & Management, 25(1), pp.59-75.
In-text: (Hammersley-Fletcher, 2002)
Your Bibliography: Hammersley-Fletcher, L., 2002. Becoming a Subject Leader: What's In A Name? Subject Leadership in English Primary Schools. School Leadership & Management, 22(4), pp.407-420.
In-text: (Harris, Day and Hadfield, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Harris, A., Day, C. and Hadfield, M., 2003. Teachers' Perspectives on Effective School Leadership. Teachers and Teaching, 9(1), pp.67-77.
In-text: (Haworth, McGee and MacIntyre, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Haworth, P., McGee, A. and MacIntyre, L., 2014. Building a whole school approach and teacher efficacy with English language learners. Teachers and Teaching, 21(2), pp.164-177.
In-text: (Hill and Crevola, 1999)
Your Bibliography: Hill, P. and Crevola, C., 1999. Key Features of a whole‐school, design approach to literacy teaching in schools. Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 4(3), pp.5-11.
In-text: (Luiselli, Putnam, Handler and Feinberg, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Luiselli, J., Putnam, R., Handler, M. and Feinberg, A., 2005. Whole‐school positive behaviour support: effects on student discipline problems and academic performance. Educational Psychology, 25(2-3), pp.183-198.
In-text: (O’Leary, 2013)
Your Bibliography: O’Leary, M., 2013. Surveillance, performativity and normalised practice: the use and impact of graded lesson observations in Further Education colleges. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 37(5), pp.694-714.
In-text: (Sibanda, Mutopa and Maphosa, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Sibanda, J., Mutopa, S. and Maphosa, C., 2011. Teachers’ Perceptions of Lesson Observations by School Heads in Zimbabwean Primary Schools. Journal of Social Sciences, 28(1), pp.21-28.
In-text: (Zangl, 2000)
Your Bibliography: Zangl, R., 2000. Monitoring language skills in Austrian primary (elementary) schools: a case study. Language Testing, 17(2), pp.250-260.
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