Research Centre for Learning and Teaching

Conference Papers

Conference Papers

A selection of the papers our researchers have presented over the past year.

2016

Baumfield, V., Hall, E., Lofthouse, R. & Wall, K. (2016) What do we mean when we talk about practice? Working in partnership to understand teachers’ labour, work and action in the classroom, European Conference on Educational Research, University College Dublin, 23rd-26th August 2016.

Blair, A. & Shields, S. (2016) Understanding students’ experiences of feedback: implications for institutional strategy and research agendas, Assessment in Higher Education Seminar, Manchester, (June 2016).

Clark, J. and Laing, K. (2016) Making connections: Theory and practice of using visual methods to aid participation in research, Youth Matters: Moving from the margins, Newcastle University, 8-9th June 2016.

Clark, J. and Laing, K. (2016) Working with young people around crime and anti-social behaviour: exploring the capacity for change in their communities, North East Crime Research Network Conference, Northumbria University, 7th April 2016.

Laing, K. and Clark, J. (2016) Capacity building in research skills and methods: Involving young people as agents of change, British Educational Research Association Conference, Leeds University, 13th – 15th September 2016.

Laing, K. & Lofthouse, R. (2016) The role of models as tools in the ecology of research and practice partnerships, European Conference on Educational Research, University College Dublin, 23rd-26th August 2016.

Lofthouse R., Davies, P., Davies, D., Greenway, C. & Kirkman, J. (2016) Trainee teachers’ conceptions of their own learning: does context make a difference? British Educational Research Association Conference, Leeds University, 13th – 15th September 2016.

Lofthouse, R. (2016) Lesson study as part of ITTE: learning promise or clumsy compromise? Teacher Education Advancement Network Conference, Aston University, May 5th- 6th 2016.

Lofthouse, R. (2016) A chance to learn through inter-professional practice development; coaching teachers to develop communication-rich pedagogies in multi-cultural settings, Teacher Education Policy in Europe Network Conference, University of Malta, May 19th – 21st 2016.

Lofthouse, R. (2016) How can we help them? Coaching and Mentoring in Initial Teacher Professional Development, ITE Mentoring Conference, University of Roehampton, 5th July 2016.

Mazzoli Smith, L. (2016) Working with gatekeepers: young eople, power relations and permission to speak, Youth Matters: Moving from the margins, Newcastle University, 8-9th June 2016.

Reid, A. (2016) Leadership workshop, North East Teaching Schools Conference, Newcastle upon Tyne, 27 June 2016.

Reid, A. (2016) Leadership development in the North-East of England, Headteacher Leadership and Professional Development Conference, Baoding (China), 8 May 2016.

Reid, A. (2016) Leadership, identity and agency: methods to explore dialogical selves, BELMAS/BERA Educational Leadership SIG event, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 26 April 2016.

Reid, A. and Koglbauer, R. (2016) How can Bernstein’s (1996) concepts of ‘classification’ and ‘framing’ be used to explore the development of programmes for school leaders in the North East of England?, British Educational Leadership Management and Administration Society, Carden Park, 8-10 July 2016.

Reid, A., Lofthouse, R. and Leat, D. (2016) Our dialogical selves: developing an analytical framework for exploring practitioner identity and agency, British Educational Research Association, Leeds, 13-15 September 2016.

Shields, S. (2016) Researching assessment: An analysis of the methodological traditions of the UK and Netherlands, British Education Research Association, University of Leeds, (June 2016)

Shields, S. (2016) Researching assessment: An analysis of the methodological traditions of the UK and Netherlands, CfLAT Showcase, Newcastle University, (October 2016)

Woolner, P. and Thomas, U. (2016) A school for the future: design, democracy and student expectations in England 2016. Presented at the European Conference of Education Research, ECER 2016, 23-26 August, Dublin: 17 SES 11.

Woolner, P. and Thomas, U. (2016) Flexibility in the HE learning environment: definitions, desires and the potential of new designs of furniture to enhance it. Presented at the European Conference of Education Research, ECER 2016, 23-26 August, Dublin: 22 SES 06B.

Woolner, P. and Thomas, U. (2016) Change and stasis within design and practice over three decades in an English primary school. Presented at European Conference of Education Research, ECER 2016, 23-26 August, Dublin: 27 SES 13A.

Wysocki, L. (2016) 'Setting boundaries, communicating, and reflecting: 3 projects using comics as a method’. British Consortium of Comics Scholars (organising group), Graphic Scholarship: Theory and Practice (event title), University of Sussex, 4th June 2016.