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CREST ‘Education, Research & Professional Practice’ Seminar

A CREST Education subject community event
PROGRAMME:

10.15 Tea / coffee available

10.40 Welcome & introduction  Alisa Miller / Pauline Couper

Session I – Chaired by David Trotman

10.50 A typology of trainee teachers’ reflection on ICT in the primary classroom  Moira Savage, University of Worcester

11.15 Academic language-games and the problem with the ‘research/teaching nexus’ – Pauline Couper, University College Plymouth St Mark & St John

11.40 Tea / coffee

Session II – Chaired by Pauline Couper

11.55 Encountering, experiencing and exploring nature in education and learning: Observations from the Well-being and Outdoor Pedagogies Project – Barbara Humberstone and Ina Stan, Buckinghamshire New University

12.20 Childhood, well-being and the implications for educatioin: Exploring worlds through children’s eyes – Kate Adams, Bishops Grosseteste University College, Lincoln

12.45 Primary teacher training – improving confidence in scaffolding “tricky science concepts” a practical learning journey model – Karen Blackmore, University of Worcester

13.10 Lunch

Session III – Chaired by Kate Adams

14.00 Education and the missing modes of school evaluation: Opportunities and challenges in teacher-researcher practiceDavid Trotman, Newman University College, Birmingham

14.25 The construction of professional identities and practices within discourses of widening participation in HE – Iain Jones, Newman University College, Birmingham

14.50 Comfort Break

15.10 CREST Education in the future: global café discussion (Chaired by Pauline Couper and Alisa Miller)

16.30 Close

If you are interested in attending the conference, please email the CREST Research Network Coordinator by Thursday 1st September 2011