Reference list of articles and publications from Dr Sue Lyle at Dialogue Exchange.

Articles for Teachers

Lyle, S. (2014) The Case for Mixed Ability Teaching, Senior Leadership Today, Vol. 5.2, 32-39.

Lyle, S. (2014) Violence and prejudice: giving young people the skills to think independently. Creative Teaching and Learning, Vol. 5.1, 62-67.

Lyle, S. (2014) The limits of phonics today. School Leadership Today Vol 5.5, 68-74.

Lyle, S. (2014) Evaluating Early Years Foundation Stage.  School Leadership Today Vol. 5.4, 67-84

Lyle, S. (2014) Incorporating Literacy into Imaginative Play. School Leadership Today Vol 5.3, 71-77.

Lyle, S. (2013) Observation and Evaluation in the Early Years, School Leadership Today, Vol. 5:4, 66-76.

Lyle, S. (2013) SEAL: the wrong approach to well-being? School Leadership Today, Vol. 5:3, 88-93.

Lyle, S. (2012) Planning Classroom Activities for Critical Thinking.  Creative Teaching & Learning, Volume 2.2, pp. 38-42.

Lyle, S. (2012) The Impact of Catch Up Numeracy. Senior Leadership Today, Vol. 4.1, 62-67

Lyle, S. (2012) The Story Telling Curriculum. Senior Leadership Today, Vol.4.3: 82-87.

Lyle, S. (2011) How the Young Mind Works. Senior Leadership Today, Vol. 3.4-5, 101-104

Lyle, S. (2011) Developing Critical Thinking: principles and practice. Teaching Thinking and Creativity. 14:1.

Lyle, S. (2010) Pupil Voice: what can teachers learn? CPD Update, Issue 125: April.

Lyle, S. (2010) Collaborative Learning: A River Child. Teaching Thinking and Creativity. 13: 1.

Lyle, S. (2009) Clash of the Titans. Rose v Alexander. School leadership Today. Vol. 1.3.

Lyle. S. (2009) Imagination in Education: the neglected dimension. The work of Kieran Egan. Professional Development Today. Vol. 12.3

Lyle, S. (2008) Romantic Understanding and Key Stage 2-3. Teaching Thinking and Creativity. Vol. 8: 6.

Lyle. S. (2008) Mythic Understanding and the Foundation Phase. Teaching thinking and Creativity. Vol. 8:5, Pp. 20-24

Research Publications

Lyle, S. & Thomas-Williams, J. (2011) Dialogic Practice in Primary Schools: How Primary Head Teachers plan to embed Philosophy for Children into the whole school. Education Studies. First published on: 18 March 2011 (iFirst)

Lyle, S. & Jenkins, P. (2010) Enacting dialogue: the impact of promoting Philosophy for Children on the literate thinking of identified poor readers, aged 10. Language and Education, Vol. 24:6, pp. 459-472.

Lyle, S., Hendley, D., & Newcomb, J. 2010) The Teaching and Learning Research Programme in Wales: Improving Learning by Taking Account of Learners’ Perspectives. Furlong, J. (Ed) TLRP/ESRC/Welsh Assembly Government.

Lyle, S. & Thomas-Williams, J. (2009) The Foundation Phase in Wales. In: Ioanna Palaiologou (Ed) The Foundation Phase: theory and Practice. London Sage.

Lyle, Susan (2008) Learners’ Collaborative Talk. In: Hornberger, Nancy, H. (Ed) Encylopedia of Language and Learning. Volume 3: Discourse and Education, Section 4: Discourse and the construction of knowledge. Pp. 279-290. Springer: Reference.

Lyle, S. (2008) Dialogic teaching: discussing theoretical contexts and reviewing evidence from classroom practice. Language and Education, Vol. 22:3, 222-240