Crossing Boundaries through Digital Learning
Publication in NSEAD magazine
Edwards, J. (2017) Crossing boundaries through digital learning. AD The National Society for Education in Art and Design magazine. Autumn. Issue 20. Pp16-17.
Caldwell, H, Grantham, S and Edwards, J. (2019) The Arts in STEM:STEAM. In Caldwell, H. and Pope, S, eds. 2019. STEM in the Primary Classroom. London: Sage.
Bugby, M. and Caldwell, H. (2018) The use of technology to build digital communities. In: Sykes, G and Teszenyi E. Young Children and their Communities: Understanding Collective Social Responsibility. London: Routledge.
Peer Reviewed papers:
Caldwell, H and Cox, A. (2018). Technology-enabled learning communities: How technology can facilitate high quality social learning in online environments within the field of teacher education. Mapping Educational Specialist knowHow (MESH) Guide [online] Available at http://www.meshguides.org/guides/node/1320http://www.meshguides.org/guides/node/1320
Caldwell, H. and Smith, N. (2017). The online learning hive: transfer to practice within a MOOC community of educators. In: The International Conference on Information Communication Technologies in Education (ICICTE 2017) Proceedings, Southampton Solent, University.
Caldwell, H., Whewell, E and Heaton, R. (2019) The impact of creative visual posts on the evolution of pedagogical beliefs, thinking skills and practice in an online community of educators. Thinking Skills and Creativity (publication pending)