Major books from the ILP
The four books below contain the major substantive analysis of the ILP, grounded in and illustrated by narrative case studies of the social influences on learners.
The books focus on four key themes – learning, career, assessment and differentiation. Together, they illustrate how learning is influenced by strategic biographies as children act to maintain viable identities in successive contexts as they progress through their schooling.
- Pollard, A. and Filer, A. (forthcoming) Learning Differently: The Social World of Secondary Education, London: Continuum.
- Filer, A. and Pollard, A. (2000) The Social World of Pupil Assessment in Primary School, London, Cassell
- Pollard, A. and Filer, A. (1999) The Social World of Pupil Career in Primary School, London, Cassell
- Pollard, A. with Filer, A. (1996) The Social World of Children's Learning, London, Cassell