Publications


Education

  • Gibbs, B. & Wood, G.C. (2019). Reflection for Learning and Practice in Developing Engineers. In: Andrews, J., Knowles, G. & Clark, R. (eds) Excellence in Engineering Education for the 21st Century: 7th Annual Symposium of the UK&I Engineering Education Research Network. Coventry: Warwick Manufacturing Group [Available here]
  • Mylon, P.T., Jones, R., Proud, W. & Wood, G.C. (2019). Five Misperceptions You Need to Overcome When Starting a Makerspace. International Journal of Academic Makerspaces and Making. 1(1) [Available here]
  • Mylon, P.T, Wood, G.C. & Dolmansley, T.J.C. (2019). Using student-led manufacturing in makerspaces to support transition into higher education. 5th International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd’19). València, Universitat Politècnica de València [Available here]
  • Wood, G.C. & Gibbs, B. (2019). Students as Partners in the Design and Practice of Engineering Education: Understanding and Enabling Development of Intellectual Abilities. In: Malik, M., Andrews, J., Clark, R., & Broadbent, R. (eds) Realising Ambitions: 6th Annual Symposium of the UK&I Engineering Education Research Network. Portsmouth: University of Portsmouth [Available here]
  • Rickard, J.O., Nicholson, H., & Wood, G.C. (2016). Leading the Way with Peer Learning and Teaching. In: Kapranos, P. (ed) Sixth International Symposium of Engineering Education. Sheffield: University of Sheffield [Available here]
  • Wood, G.C. & Rodriguez‐Falcon, E.M. (2016). Engineering Success in research‐led teaching. In: Kapranos, P. (ed) Sixth International Symposium of Engineering Education. Sheffield: University of Sheffield [Available here]
  • Nicholson, H. & Wood, G. C. (2015). Leading the Way to Enterprising Futures: Sheffield’s Response to the Engineering Skills Gap. In: Bhamidimarri, R., & Liu, A. (eds) Engineering and Enterprise: Inspiring Innovation. London: Springer [Available here]
  • Wood, G. C. (2015) Building Communities of Learning using Twitter. In: Helyer, R. (2015) Facilitating Work‐Based Learning. London: Palgrave [Available here]

Linguistics

  • Matsuo, A., Kita, S., Wood, G. C., & Naigles, L. R. (2016). Children’s use of morphosyntax and argument structure to infer the meaning of novel transitive and intransitive verbs. In: Kageyama, T., & Jacobsen, W. M. (eds) Transitivity and Valency Alternations: Studies on Japanese and Beyond. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter
  • Matsuo, A., Kita, S., Shinya, Y., Wood, G. C. & Naigles, L. R. (2012). Japanese two‐year‐olds use morphosyntax to learn novel verb meanings. Journal of Child Language, 39, 637‐663
  • Wood, G. C. (2009). The Identity of Silence: Acquiring the identity condition on sluicing. Newcastle Working Papers in Linguistics, 15, 138‐150
  • Duffield, N., Matsuo, A., Wood, G. C. & Churchill, R. (2007). How different can (it) be for English and Japanese Children? In: Otsu, Y. (Eds.) The Eighth Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics. 77‐94. Tokyo, Hitsuji Publishing Company
  • Duffield, N., Matsuo, A. & Wood, G.C. (2005). Something Different (in English and Japanese). In: Bamman, D., Magnitskaia, T. & Zaller, C. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 30th Boston Conference on Language Development. 154‐165. Somerville MA, Cascadilla Press

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