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Denby, Neil, Price, Jayne and Swift, Helen (2012) Continuing professional development and learning at M level. In: Training to Teach: a Guide for Students. Sage, London, UK. ISBN 9780857027610


Denby, Neil, Swift, Helen, Butroyd, Robert, Glazzard, Jonathan and Price, Jayne (2008) Masters level study in education: a guide to success for PGCE students. Open University Press. ISBN 9780335234134

Swift, Helen (2008) Learning at 'M' level and Continuing Professional Development. In: How to achieve your QTS: a guide for students. Sage. ISBN 9781847872845


Swift, Helen (2004) Research in Continuing Professional Development (the pupil's voice). In: AARE conference 2004, November 2004, Melbourne. (Unpublished)


Swift, Helen and Belbin, S. (2002) School needs, teachers' personal needs and the set agenda: conflict and changes. In: Professional development and institutional needs. Monitoring Change in Education . Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 143-156. ISBN 9780754612773


Cullingford, Cedric and Swift, Helen (2001) Beleagured by information? The reactions of headteachers to school effectiveness initiatives. Educational Review, 53 (3). pp. 271-283. ISSN 0013-1911


Cullingford, Cedric and Swift, Helen (2000) The experience of the excluded: the effects of school. In: Combating social exclusion through education. Garant, pp. 145-157. ISBN 9789044110623

Swift, Helen and Seliet, H. (2000) The identification of strategies to raise achievement and attainment in business education with particular reference to language. In: Effective strategies in economics and business education: an international perspective. Economics and Business Education Association (EBEA), pp. 3-13. ISBN 9780901529589

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