Publications

Journal articles, chapters & book reviews

Woodhouse, J. & Guihen, L. (forthcoming) 'Maybe they expect you to be the same as people with no kids?'  The challenges and support needs of student teacher mothers.  In Showunmi, V., Moorosi, P. Shakeshaft, C. & Oplatka, I. (eds) The Bloomsbury Handbook of Gender and Educational Leadership and Management. London: Bloomsbury.

Wood, P. & Woodhouse, J. (2021) The temporalities of the writing experience of part-time doctoral students in Education, Chapter 12 (pp. 233-248) in F. Vostal (Ed) Inquiring into academic timescapes, London: Emerald

Woodhouse, J. & Wood, P. (2020) Creating dialogic spaces: developing doctoral students' critical writing skills through peer assessment, Studies in Higher Education, DOI: 10.1080/03075079.2020.1779686

Woodhouse, J. & Pedder, D. (2017) Early career teachers’ perceptions and experiences of leadership development: balancing structure and agency in contrasting school contexts, Research Papers in Education, 32:5, 553-577  DOI:10.1080/02671522.2016.1225794

Smith, J., Wood, P., Lewis, G. & Burgess, H. (2016) Critical friendship as a pedagogical strategy in V. Storey (ed) International perspectives on designing professional practice doctorates: applying the critical friends approach to the EdD and beyond Florida: Palgrave Macmillan

Smith, J. (2015) Motherhood and women teachers' career decisions: a contstant battle in J. Harford & K. Fuller (eds) Gender and leadership: women achieving against the odds Oxford: Peter Lang

Smith, J. (2014) Gendered trends in student teachers’ professional aspirations Educational Management Administration and Leadership Online first DOI: 10.1177/1741143214543200

Smith, J., Wood, P., Lewis, G. & Burgess, H. (2014) Developing doctoral students' critical writing skills through peer assessment, Research Intelligence 124: 12-13

Burgess, H., Smith, J., Wood, P. & Scalise, M. (2014) Developing peer assessment in postgraduate research methods training York: HEA

Smith, J. (2013) Our stories, ourselves: the emBODYment of women's learning in literacy, M. Miller and K.P. King (Eds) (2011) Charlotte, North Carolina: Information Age Publishing Inc, Book Review, Psychology of Women Section Review, 15 (1): 65-6

Smith, J. (2012)  Pastoral care and the role of the form tutor, in S. Dymoke, Reflective Teaching and Learning (2nd edition).

Smith, J.M. (2012) Reflections on using life history to investigate women teachers’ aspirations and career decisions, Qualitative Research, 12 (4): 486-503.

Busher, H., Kakos, M., Mohamed, C., Smith, J. & Wilkins, C. (2012) Crossing borders: new teachers co-constructing professional identity in performative times, Professional Development in Education, 38 (1): 65-78.

Smith, J.M. (2011)  Aspirations to and perceptions of secondary headship: contrasting women teachers’ and headteachers’ perspectives, Educational Management Administration and Leadership, 39 (5): 516-535.

*Smith, J.M. (2011) Agency and female teachers’ career decisions: a life history study of forty women, Educational Management Administration and Leadership, 39 (1): 7-24

Smith, J.M. (2008) Maslow, motivation and female teachers’ career decisions, Psychology of Women Section Review, 10 (1): 22-30

* This paper was awarded the prize of Best New Paper of 2011 by the editorial board of Educational Management, Administration and Leadership

Book

Wood, P. & Smith, J. (2016) Educational Research: taking the plunge Camarthen: Independent Thinking Press Limited

Recent conference presentations and lectures

Woodhouse, J. & Wood, P. (June 2018) Creating dialogic spaces: developing doctoral students’ critical writing skills through peer assessment’ LLI Discovering teaching excellence @ Leicester conference

Woodhouse, J., Mohamed, C., Wood, P. & Sorensen, P. & Drari, D. (September 2017) Reflecting on an era of reform: full career serving teachers' insights into the impact of constant reform on their working lives.  British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Brighton.

Smith, J. & Wood, P. (May 2016) Reflecting on an era of reform: older teachers’ insights on school sector re-structuring and teachers’ work.  University of Leicester School of Education Annual Research Conference.

Smith, J. & Pedder, D. (April 2016) Early career teachers’ perceptions and experiences of leadership development in schools.  BELMAS symposium.  Annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Washington D.C.

Smith, J. & Wood, P. (March 2016) Doctoral students’ perceptions and experiences of peer assessment and review.  SRHE doctoral pedagogy Special Interest Group workshop, London.

Smith, J. (March 2016) Culture and agency in teachers’ development as leaders: some insights from research.  Keynote lecture Affirmative Education in Challenging Times.  Northern College, Barnsley.

Smith, J., Wood, P., Lewis, G. & Burgess, H. (December 2015) Doctoral students’ perceptions of peer assessment and review Annual Conference of the Society for Research in Higher Education, Newport

Smith, J., Wood, P., Lewis, G. & Burgess, H. (2015) Developing doctoral students' critical writing skills through peer assessment.  HEA enhancement event: developing disciplinary communities.  Weetwood Hall, Leeds.

Smith, J., Wood, P., Lewis, G. & Burgess, H. (2015) Developing doctoral students' critical writing skills through peer assessment.  BERA researching Higher Education SIG event, Institute of Education, London.

Smith, J. (2015) Motherhood and women teachers' career decisions: a feminist analysis.  Psychology Research Seminar Series, University of Derby.

Smith, J., Wood, P., Lewis, G. & Burgess, H. (2015) Developing doctoral students' critical writing skills through peer assessment.  Society for Research in Higher Education Annual Conference, Newport.

Smith, J., Wood, P. & Lewis, G. (2014) Developing doctoral students' critical writing skills through peer assessment University of Leicester Teaching and Learning Conference July 2014

Smith, J. & Pedder, D. (2014) Early career teachers' experiences and perceptions of leadership development BELMAS Annual Conference Stratford-upon-Avon July 2014

Smith, J. &  Wood, P. (2014) Student teacher mothers' perceptions of their learning and experiences during initial teacher education: a pilot study Troubling Narratives Conference, University of Huddersfield June 2014

Smith, J. & Pedder, D. (2014) Early career teachers' experiences and perceptions of leadership development University of Leicester School of Education Annual Research Conference May 2014

Smith, J., Wood, P. & Lewis, G. (2014) Developing doctoral students' critical writing skills through peer assessment HEA Social Sciences Annual Conference Birmingham May 2014

Smith, J. & Pedder, D. (2013) Early career teachers' experiences and perceptions of leadership, British Educational Leadership Management and Administration Society Conference, Edinburgh July 2013

Smith, J. (2012)  Reflections on using life history for research with a social justice agenda,  Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society, London.

Smith, J. (2011)  Student teachers’ career aspirations, European Conference for Educational Research, Berlin.

Wilkins, C., Kakos, C., Mohamed, C. & Smith, J. (2011)  New teachers co-constructing professional identity, European Conference for Educational Research, Berlin.

Smith, J.M. (2011) Secondary PGCE student teachers’ career aspirations: implications for teacher educators, 2nd annual conference of the Teacher Education Advancement Network:  The Important Role of Higher Education in Teacher Education May 20th,  Manchester Conference Centre.

Smith, J.M. & Wood, P. (2011) The other half of the course: fostering student engagement in Secondary PGCE Professional Studies, 2nd annual conference of the Teacher Education Advancement Network:  The Important Role of Higher Education in Teacher Education May 20th,  Manchester Conference Centre.

Smith, J.M. (2010) Understanding career decisions: women teachers’ and headteachers’ perceptions of secondary headship, British Educational Research Association Annual Conference 1st-4th September, University of Warwick.

Busher, H., Kakos, M., Mohamed, C., Smith, J.M. & Wilkins, C. (2010) Crossing borders in performative times: new teachers, the performance of liminality and the co-construction of professional identity in schools, European Conference on Educational Research 25th-27th August, Helsinki.

Smith, J.M. (2010) Evaluating the potential of life history as a feminist research tool, British Psychological Society Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference:  Virtual feminisms; politics and activism; (dis)embodiment 14th-16th July, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor

Busher, H., Cremin, H. & Smith, J. (2008) Disputing dominant discourses: students’ and teachers’ interpretations of schooling, British Educational Research Association Annual Conference 3rd-6th September, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.

Busher, H., Cremin, H. & Smith, J. (2008) Students’ and teachers’ interpretations of schooling: contested understandings of shared realities, European Conference on Educational Research: From teaching to learning 8th-9th September, University of Gothenburg.

Smith, J.M. (2006) Life histories and career decisions of women teachers, British Educational Research Association Annual Conference 6th-9th September, University of Warwick.

Smith, J.M. (2005) ‘Mothers can’t win’: life histories and career decisions of women secondary school teachers, British Educational Leadership Management and Administration Society International Conference - Excellence in educational leadership: how do we know it, develop it, sustain it?

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