Портер Джилл

Член редакционной коллегии журнала «Психолого-педагогические исследования»

Страна, город Великобритания, Бат
Ученые степень и звание PhD,
Должность и место работы профессор образования, Университет Рединга
Адрес электронной почты j.porter@reading.ac.uk
Scopus ID 8554155700
Сайт или личная страничка в Интернете https://www.reading.ac.uk/education/about/staff/j-porter.aspx
Основные научные публикации

Porter J. (in preparation for publication in 2014) Understanding and Responding to the Experiences of Disability. London: Routledge

Porter J, & Lacey P. (2005) Researching Learning Difficulties: A Guide for Practitioners London: Sage

Porter J. (2011). “The Challenge of Using Multiple Methods to Gather the Views of Children” in  M. Hedegaard & H. Daniels The Practice of Support for Children and Schools: A cultural theory approach. Routledge.

Porter J. (2012) “Be Careful How You Ask !  Using Focus Groups and Nominal Group Technique to Explore the Barriers to Learning.” International Journal on Research Methods in Education DOI:10.1080/1743727X.2012.675554

Porter, J. Daniels, H., Martin, S., Hacker, J. Feiler, A, & Georgeson, J., (2011) “Supporting Schools in Identifying and Safeguarding the Needs of Disabled Children: the challenges for data collection.” Educational Review DOI: 10.1080/00131911.2011.571766

Porter J., Daniels H., Feiler A., & Georgeson J., (2011) “Collecting Disability Data from Parents.” Research Papers in Education. 26,4, 427-443.

Porter J., Daniels H., Feiler A., & Georgeson J., (2011) “Recognizing the Needs of Every Disabled Child: the development of tools for a disability census.” British Journal of Special Educational Needs, 38, 3 120-125

Feiler, A., Porter, J., Daniels, H., Georgeson, J. Hacker, J. and Martin S. (2011) "The use and usefulness of a parent questionnaire to help schools identify disability." Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs. DOI: 10.1111/j.1471-3802.2011.01199

Abdelhameed H. & Porter J. (2011) “Verbal Short-Term Memory Performance in Pupils with Down Syndrome.” International Journal of Disability, Development & Education, 57, 4, 427-438

Porter J. (2009) “Missing Out? Challenges to Hearing the Views of All Children on the Barriers and Supports to Learning.” Education 3-13 37. 4, 349-360.

Porter J. & Lacey P. (2008) “Safe-guarding the needs of children with a visual impairment in non-VI special schools.” British Journal of Visual Impairment, 26, 1 , 50-62.

Parsons, S., Daniels, H., Porter, J., Robertson C. (2008)  “Resources, Staff Beliefs and Organizational Culture: Factors in the Use of Information and Communication Technology for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities.” Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 21, 19-33

Porter J., Parsons, S., & Robertson C. (2006) “Time for Review: Supporting the Work of an Advisory Group.” Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, 6, 11-16.

Parsons, S., Daniels, H., Porter, J., & Robertson C. (2006) “The use of ICT by adults with learning disabilities in day and residential services.” British Journal of Educational Technology. 37, 31-44. (10% contribution)

Parsons, S., Daniels. H, Porter, J., & Robertson C., (2006) “Organisational Factors in the use and implementation of ICT in day services for adults with learning disabilities.” British Journal of Developmental Disabilities 52, 103 121-138.

Abdelhameed, H., & Porter J. (2006) “Counting in Egyptian Children with Down Syndrome.” International Journal of Special Education, 21, 3, 176-187.

Porter J., Aspinall A., Parsons S., Simmonds L., & Wood M., (2005) “Time to Listen.” Disability and Society, 20, 5, 575-585.

Porter J. (2005) “Assessing awareness and coding of numerosity in children with severe and profound learning difficulties: three exploratory case studies.” British Journal of Learning Disabilities 33, 1, 1-5.

Ellins J. M., & Porter J. (2005) “Departmental differences in attitudes to special educational needs in the secondary school.” British Journal of Special Education, 32 4 188-195

Lewis A., & Porter J., (2004) “Interviewing Children and Young People with Learning Disabilities: Guidelines for Researchers and Multi-Professional Practice.” British Journal of Learning Disabilities. 32, 4, 191-197

Porter J., & Lewis A., (2004) Editorial. Special Issue "Eliciting the views of children and young people.” British Journal of Learning Disabilities. 32, 4, 157-158

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