Top ten papers from our Research Repository in February #StirTopTenPapers

During February there were 37,817 downloads from our University repository, STORRE, covering 4,096 research publications.


The top ten downloaded items were:


1. A systematic review of the impact of summative assessment and tests on students’ motivation for learning. By Harlen, Wynne; Crick, Ruth Deakin; Broadfoot, Patricia; Daugherty, Richard; Gardner, John; James, Mary; Stobart, Gordon. Downloads: 466


2. Taking active learning into the primary school: a matter of new practices? By Stephen, Christine; Ellis, Jennifer; Martlew, Joan. Downloads: 404


3. Pedagogy: the silent partner in early years learning. By Stephen, Christine. Downloads: 388


4. Career Transitions. By Gordon, Sandy; Lavallee, David. Downloads: 288


5. The philosophical foundations of human rights: An overview. By Cruft, Rowan; Liao, S Matthew; Renzo, Massimo. Downloads: 263


6. Inclusion for all? By Allan, Julie. Downloads: 228


7. Risk and protective factors for suicide and suicidal behaviour: a literature review. By McLean, Joanne; Maxwell, Margaret; Platt, Stephen; Harris, Fiona; Jepson, Ruth. Downloads: 224


8. The role of health consciousness, food safety concern and ethical identity on attitudes and intentions towards organic food. By Michaelidou, Nina; Hassan, Louise. Downloads: 224


9. The technologisation of childhood? Young children and technology in the home. By Plowman, Lydia; McPake, Joanna; Stephen, Christine. Downloads: 186


10. Playing with the rules: Influences on the development of regulation in sport. By Vamplew, Wray. Downloads: 168




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