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Research interests

Research Interests: teacher/educator professional learning and development, work-based learning; doctoral education; induction and early career development; mentoring; curriculum; evaluation

Doctoral completions in: School Leadership, School History education; Blended Learning, Children’s Centre Leaders' Professional Learning, nurse education; paramedic education; Graduate Nurses’ Early Experiences of Mentorship.

Current Doctoral Supervision:
Course Evaluation and Curriculum Development of a College English Extension Class at Sanda University
The Experience of Struggling: Teachers’ Stories.
How does nursery practitioners’ understanding of collaboration and collaborative practice change when they work together in a process of inquiry?
Partnerships between training providers and placements in the field of Early Years.
Internationalisation strategies of HEIs: From process conceptualisation to strategic foresight.
Mobility of Regulated Health Professions in Europe: An Evaluation of the General System for Recognition of Qualifications Under the Directive 2005/36
Student midwife attrition
The relationships BAME Primary ITE students develop with their teacher mentors on placement
Scrapbooks in school: an examination of the ways in which children collect, design and compose and make meaning from visual and textual scraps, texts and objects.
The utilisation  of motivational profiles for developing effective professional development programmes in mathematics for primary school teachers
The role of the ‘ethical’ corporate lawyer and how educators equip him/her to fulfil this role.

Teaching specialisms

teacher/educator professional learning and development, practitioner induction and early career development; mentoring and coaching; curriculum; higher education programmes; evaluation, qualitative research methods;

Commercial and public engagement

Particularly interested in supporting professional and work based learning through individual and collaborative enquiry into practice, building the capacity of partner organisations.

Actively engages in partnerships and professional activities beyond the university:

  • Led evaluations with a range of public sector organisations (e.g. Local Authorities, Teacher Development Agency, Department for Culture, Media and Sport, DfES; UNESCO)
  • Committee member of the International Professional Development Association 2004-2020, past Chair and Vice Chair, Co-Chair 2006-2018 sub-committee organising the annual international conference and leds reviews of papers for this.
  • Reviews for a number of journals in the area of professional develeopment and learning.
  • Supports 'Knowledge for Business' initiatives, including work with a Coaching company to develop and market a product to raise children's aspirations.
  • Lead and Chair, East of England  Consortium: Masters in Teaching and Learning bid and programme development, 2009-10.


Education/Academic qualification

Education, PhD, HEI-School partnership in PGCE courses

Award Date: 2 Apr 2001

Education, MA, Curriculum Studies, Institute of Education, University of London

History, BA, Hons, The University of Manchester

External positions

Co-Vice Chair IPDA

1 Jan 201831 Dec 2018


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