Christopher Drew
Christopher Drew
Senior Lecturer in Education, Teesside University
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Putting “structure within the space”: Spatially un/responsive pedagogic practices in open-plan learning environments
S Saltmarsh, A Chapman, M Campbell, C Drew
Educational Review 67 (3), 315-327, 2015
Issues of teacher professional learning within ‘non-traditional’classroom environments
M Campbell, S Saltmarsh, A Chapman, C Drew
Improving schools 16 (3), 209-222, 2013
Edutaining audio: An exploration of education podcast design possibilities
C Drew
Educational Media International 54 (1), 48-62, 2017
Educational podcasts: A genre analysis
C Drew
E-Learning and Digital Media 14 (4), 201-211, 2017
Elitism for sale: Promoting the elite school online in the competitive educational marketplace
C Drew
Australian Journal of Education 57 (2), 174-184, 2013
Starry eyes and subservient selves: Portraits of ‘well-rounded’girlhood in the prospectuses of all-girl elite private schools
N Wardman, R Hutchesson, K Gottschall, C Drew, S Saltmarsh
Australian Journal of Education 54 (3), 249-261, 2010
Students in space: Student practices in non-traditional classrooms
AMY Chapman, H Randell-Moon, M Campbell, C Drew
Global Studies of Childhood 4 (1), 39-48, 2014
Picturing natural girlhoods: Nature, space and femininity in girls’ school promotions
N Wardman, K Gottschall, C Drew, R Hutchesson, S Saltmarsh
Gender and Education 25 (3), 284-294, 2013
Concept analysis of the theories used to develop educational podcasts
S McNamara, C Drew
Educational Media International 56 (4), 300-312, 2019
The joy of privilege: Elite private school online promotions and the promise of happiness
C Drew, K Gottschall, N Wardman, S Saltmarsh
Elite Schools, 99-112, 2016
Unfitting, uncomfortable, unacademic: A sociological reading of an interactive mobile phone app in university lectures
C Drew, A Mann
International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education 15 (1), 1-13, 2018
Education on the rails: a textual ethnography of university advertising in mobile contexts
C Symes, C Drew
Critical Studies in Education 58 (2), 205-223, 2017
Re-examining cognitive tools: New developments, new perspectives, and new opportunities for educational technology research
C Drew
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 35 (2), 2019
Using digital sandbox gaming to improve creativity within boys’ writing
M Ellison, C Drew
Journal of Research in Childhood Education 34 (2), 277-287, 2020
Fuzzy books and sideways looks: Discourses of schooling on Australian television advertisements
C Drew
Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 36 (1), 95-105, 2015
To follow a rule: The construction of student subjectivities on classroom rules charts
C Drew
Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood 21 (1), 46-57, 2020
Problematising ‘student choice’in classrooms
C Drew
British Journal of Educational Studies 67 (4), 541-555, 2019
Wholesome homosexuality: Normative childhoods in same-sex family advertisements
C Drew
Global Studies of Childhood 6 (3), 324-335, 2016
The Spirit of Australia: Learning about Australian Childhoods in Qantas Commercials
C Drew
Global Studies of Childhood 1 (4), 321-331, 2011
‘We call this “play”, however…’: Navigating ‘play anxiety’in early childhood education and care markets
C Drew
Journal of Early Childhood Research 17 (2), 116-128, 2019
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