Helen Walkington
Helen Walkington
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei brookes.ac.uk
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Ten salient practices of undergraduate research mentors: A review of the literature
JO Shanahan, E Ackley-Holbrook, E Hall, K Stewart, H Walkington
Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning 23 (5), 359-376, 2015
762015
Students as researchers: Supporting undergraduate research in the disciplines in higher education
H Walkington
York: The Higher Education Academy, 2015
752015
Embedding research-based learning early in the undergraduate geography curriculum
H Walkington, AL Griffin, L Keys-Mathews, SK Metoyer, WE Miller, ...
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 35 (3), 315-330, 2011
662011
Graduate attributes: Implications for higher education practice and policy: Introduction
J Hill, H Walkington, D France
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 40 (2), 155-163, 2016
642016
Soil science applications in archaeological contexts: a review of key challenges
H Walkington
Earth-Science Reviews 103 (3-4), 122-134, 2010
592010
Embedding undergraduate research publication in the student learning experience: ten suggested strategies
H Walkington, A Jenkins
Brookes E-journal of Learning and Teaching 2 (3), 1, 2008
472008
Completing the research cycle: A framework for promoting dissemination of undergraduate research and inquiry
RA Spronken-Smith, JJ Brodeur, T Kajaks, M Luck, P Myatt, A Verburgh, ...
Teaching and Learning Inquiry 1 (2), 105-118, 2013
452013
Developing graduate attributes through participation in undergraduate research conferences
J Hill, H Walkington
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 40 (2), 222-237, 2016
432016
From nomadic herder-hunters to sedentary farmers: The relationship between climate change and ancient subsistence strategies in south-eastern Arabia
GW Preston, AG Parker, H Walkington, MJ Leng, MJ Hodson
Journal of Arid Environments 86, 122-130, 2012
432012
Geoverse: piloting a National e-journal of undergraduate research in Geography
H Walkington
Planet 20 (1), 41-46, 2008
372008
Reciprocal elucidation: a student-led pedagogy in multidisciplinary undergraduate research conferences
H Walkington, J Hill, PE Kneale
Higher Education Research & Development 36 (2), 416-429, 2017
322017
A multi-proxy analysis of the Holocene humid phase from the United Arab Emirates and its implications for southeast Arabia's Neolithic populations
GW Preston, DSG Thomas, AS Goudie, OAC Atkinson, MJ Leng, ...
Quaternary International 382, 277-292, 2015
312015
Developing dialogic learning space: The case of online undergraduate research journals
H Walkington
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 36 (4), 547-562, 2012
312012
The environmental context of paleolithic settlement at Jebel Faya, emirate Sharjah, UAE
K Bretzke, SJ Armitage, AG Parker, H Walkington, HP Uerpmann
Quaternary International 300, 83-93, 2013
282013
Citizenship: the role of geography
P Machon, H Walkington
Reflective practice in geography teaching, 179-191, 2000
282000
Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) dating and palaeoenvironmental studies of pan (playa) sediment from Witpan, South Africa
MW Telfer, DSG Thomas, AG Parker, H Walkington, AA Finch
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 273 (1-2), 50-60, 2009
272009
Global citizenship education
H Walkington
Geographical Association, 1999
271999
Recycling and waste minimisation behaviours of the transient student population in Oxford: results of an on-line survey
S Robertson, H Walkington
Local Environment 14 (4), 285-296, 2009
242009
Developing a framework of Holocene climatic change and landscape archaeology for the lower Gulf region, southeastern Arabia
AG Parker, G Preston, H Walkington, MJ Hodson
Arabian archaeology and epigraphy 17 (2), 125-130, 2006
212006
Methodological issues raised by laser particle size analysis of deposits mapped as Clay-with-flints from the Palaeolithic site of Dickett's Field, Yarnhams Farm, Hampshire, UK
JE Scott-Jackson, H Walkington
Journal of Archaeological Science 32 (7), 969-980, 2005
212005
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