Dr Jonathan Tummons - all publications
Tummons, J. (2020). Education as a mode of existence: a Latourian inquiry into assessment validity in higher education. Educational Philosophy and Theory 52(1): 45-54. MacLeod, A., Cameron, P., Ajjawi, R., Kits, O. &
Tummons, J. (2019). Actor-network theory and ethnography: Sociomaterial approaches to researching medical education. Perspectives on Medical Education 8(3): 177-186.
Tummons, J. & Beach, D. (2019). Ethnography, materiality, and the principle of symmetry: problematising anthropocentrism and interactionism in the ethnography of education. Ethnography and Education Kits, O., Angus, C., MacLeod, A. &
Tummons, J. (2019). Progressive research collaborations and the limits of soft power. Perspectives on Medical Education 8(1): 28-32. MacLeod, A., Cameron, P., Kits, O. &
Tummons, J. (2019). Technologies of Exposure: Videoconferenced Distributed Medical Education as a Sociomaterial Practice. Academic Medicine 94(3): 412-418.
Tummons, J., Fournier, C., Kits, O. & Macleod, A. (2018). Using technology to accomplish comparability of provision in distributed medical education in Canada: an actor–network theory ethnography. Studies in Higher Education 43(11): 1912-1922.
Tummons, J. (2017). ICTs and the internet as a framework and field in ethnographic research. Acta Paedagogica Vilnensia 39: 132-143. Ingleby, E. &
Tummons, J. (2017). Imitation is not always flattery! The consequences of academy schools in England for further education policy. Research in Post-compulsory Education 22(2): 237-251. Atkins, L. &
Tummons, J. (2017). Professionalism in Vocational Education: International Perspectives. Research in Post-Compulsory Education 22(3): 355-369.
Tummons, J. (2016). ‘Very positive’ or ‘vague and detached’? Unpacking ambiguities in further education teachers’ responses to professional standards in England. Research in Post-Compulsory Education 21(4): 346-359.
Tummons, J., Fournier, C., Kits, O. & Macleod, A. (2016). Teaching without a blackboard and chalk: conflicting attitudes towards using ICTs in higher education teaching and learning. Higher Education Research and Development 35(4): 829-840. MacLeod, A., Kits, O., Mann, K.,
Tummons, J. & Wilson, K. (2016). The Invisible Work of Distributed Medical Education: Exploring the Contributions of Audiovisual Professionals, Administrative Professionals and Faculty Teachers. Advances in Health Sciences Education 22: 623-638.
Tummons, J., MacLeod, A. & Kits, O. (2015). Ethnographies across virtual and physical spaces: a reflexive commentary on a live Canadian/UK ethnography of distributed medical education. Ethnography and Education 10(1): 107-120. Macleod, A., Kits, O., Whelan, E., Fournier, C., Wilson, K., Power, G., Mann, K.,
Tummons, J. & Brown, A. (2015). Sociomateriality: A Theoretical Framework for Studying Distributed Medical Education. Academic Medicine 90(11): 1451-1456.
Tummons, J. (2014). Professional standards in teacher education: tracing discourses of professionalism through the analysis of textbooks. Research in Post-Compulsory Education 19(4): 417-432.
Tummons, J. (2014). The textual representation of professionalism: problematising professional standards for teachers in the UK lifelong learning sector. Research in Post-Compulsory Education 19(1): 33-44. Ingleby, E. &
Tummons, J. (2012). Repositioning professionalism: teachers, mentors, policy and praxis. Research in Post-Compulsory Education 17(2): 163-178.
Tummons, J. & Ingleby, E. (2012). The problematics of mentoring, and the professional learning of trainee teachers in the English further education sector. International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology 3(1): 29-39.
Tummons, J. (2012). Theory, reflectivity and communities of research practice in Higher Education. Higher Education Research and Development 31(3): 299-310.
Tummons, J. (2011). 'It sort of feels uncomfortable': problematising the assessment of reflective practice. Studies in Higher Education 36(4): 471-483.
Tummons, J. (2011). Deconstructing Professionalism: an actor-network critique of professional standards for teachers in the UK lifelong learning sector. International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation 3(4): 22-31. Dixon, L., Jennings, A., Orr, K. &
Tummons, J. (2010). Dominant discourses of pre‐service teacher education and the exigencies of the workplace: an ethnographic study from English further education. Journal of Vocational Education and Training 62(4): 381-393.
Tummons, J. (2010). Institutional ethnography and actor–network theory: a framework for researching the assessment of trainee teachers. Ethnography and Education 5(3): 345-357.
Tummons, J. (2010). The assessment of lesson plans in teacher education: a case study in assessment validity and reliability. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education 35(7): 847-857.
Tummons, J. (2009). Higher Education in Further Education in England: an actor-network ethnography. International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation 1(3): 55-69.
Tummons, J. (2008). Assessment, and the literacy practices of trainee PCET teachers. International Journal of Educational Research 47(3): 184-191. Authored book
Tummons, J. & Ingleby, E. (2014). The A-Z of Lifelong Learning. McGraw Hill: Maidenhead.
Tummons, J., Orr, K. & Atkins, L. (2013). Teaching Higher Education Courses in Further Education Colleges. SAGE/Learning Matters: London. Curzon, L.B. &
Tummons, J. (2013). Teaching in Further Education: an outline of principles and practice. Continuum: London.
Tummons, J. & Duckworth, V. (2012). Doing your research project in the Lifelong Learning Sector. McGraw Hill, Maidenhead. Duckworth, V., Flanagan, K., McCormack, K &
Tummons, J. (2012). Understanding Behaviour 14+. Maidenhead: McGraw Hill.
Tummons, J. (2011). Assessing Learning in the Lifelong Learning Sector. Exeter: Learning Matters. Powell, S. &
Tummons, J. (2011). Inclusive Practice in the Lifelong Learning Sector. Learning Matters; Exeter.
Tummons, J. (2010). Becoming a Professional Tutor in the Lifelong Learning Sector. Exeter: Learning Matters. Duckworth, V. &
Tummons, J. (2010). Contemporary Issues in Lifelong Learning. McGraw Hill: Maidenhead.
Tummons, J. (2009). Curriculum Studies in the Lifelong Learning Sector. Learning Matters; Exeter. Edited book Monograph Chapter in book
Tummons, J. (2019). Ethnographies of Higher Education and Modes of Existence: using Latour's philosophical anthropology to construct faithful accounts of higher education practice. In Theory and Method in Higher Education Research. Huisman, J. & Tight, M. Emerald Publishing. 5: 207-223.
Tummons, J. (2019). Teaching the new professionals: a recent history of teacher education and teacher professionalism in the further education sector in England. In Professional Development of Teacher Educators in Further Education: Pathways, Knowledge, Identities, and Vocationalism. Loo, S. Routledge. Cameron, P., MacLeod, A.,
Tummons, J., Kits, O. & Ajjawi, R. (2019). Unpacking practice: the challenges and possibilities afforded by sociomaterial ethnography. In Practice Methodologies in Education Research. Lynch, J., Rowlands, J., Gale, T. & Parker, S. Routledge. 187-205.
Tummons, J. (2017). Institutional Ethnography, Theory, Methodology, and Research: Some Concerns and Some Comments. In Perspectives on and from Institutional Ethnography. Reid, J. & Russell, L. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited. 15: 147-162.
Tummons, J. (2014). Curriculum as Accomplishment. Tracing Human and Non-human Actors in the Delivery of Educational Curricula. In Le Sujet De L'Acteur: an anthropological outlook on Actor-Network Theory. Kapriev, G., Roussel, M. & Tchalakov, I. Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink. 163-180.
Tummons, J. (2014). Learning architectures and communities of practice in higher education. In Theory and Method in Higher Education Research II. Huisman, J. & Tight, M. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing Limited. 121-139.
Tummons, J. (2014). Using Software for Qualitative Data Analysis: Research outside paradigmatic boundaries. In Big Data? Qualitative Approaches to Digital Research. Hand, M. & Hillyard, S. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. 13: 155-177. Conference Paper
Kits, O., Angus, C., Macleod, A &
Tummons, J. (2013), Open access to qualitative grant data in an interdisciplinary Canadian ethnographic research study, 12: 19th Qualitative Health Research Conference. University of Alberta, International Journal of Qualitative Methods, University of Alberta, Edmonton 785-786.
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