Kicking off season 2 with Professor of educational theory and pedagogy - Gert Biesta
In this episode we thought we would step outside of FE and also the UK! We travelled all the way to Taiwan (via zoom) to chat to Jess Gosling, Early Years Teacher in an international school about being a teacher, researcher and published writer. Jess has just published her new book - Becoming a Successful International Teacher. Available here - https://t.co/cZgX9S0JIO?amp=1
Angie Lenton, English Teacher/Co-ordinator at Northampton College, teaches GCSE English. Angie taught Functional Skills and A Level English Language and is also an ITT mentor and guest teacher specialising in literacy and dyslexia. Angie has been a GCSE examiner for 4 years and is passionate about helping students with dyslexia and those with dyslexic traits to achieve.
Angie joined us to talk about her ETF funded OTLA project aimed at helping students who find it difficult to engage in, or get anything from, GCSE extracts. It’s a way of collaborating with vocational teams to help them get a better understanding of what GCSE English is all about too. Angie’s research had to change gear once lockdown hit. Hear all about her work here.
Steven Spence, Teaching and Learning Innovator at The Sheffield College, talks to us about his Masters and EdD journey and about research and professional development at the college.
Tracey Lee and Heather Booth-Martin talk to us about SUNCETT research on digital pedagogy, EdD research on values in teacher education and their joint project on taming the inner critic.
Maren Deepwell, CEO of ALT, talks about @amplifyFE and the research that underpinned this project.
Ep 23 Dan Wilson, Teaching and Learning Mentor for Research, talks about his new role and supporting researchers.
Dan Wilson talks about his new role as Teaching and Learning Mentor for Research, his aspirations for his role and the experience of being a teacher researcher.
Carrie Anne Walton, a learning technologist with the NHS, talks about her MPhil research on the engagement teachers have with CPD.
We are delighted to be sharing our 21st podcast. Who better to celebrate with than the founder of #FEresearchmeet, researcher and lecturer Sam Jones. In this episode we ask Sam some tricky questions and play a research version of Desert Island Discs - A Research Island Wish!
Kath Burrows takes us through her MA research exploring unseen observation and coaching.