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There are 8 staff with related research interests:

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Dr Shirley Larkin

metacognition, metacognitive environments, cognitive development, collaborative learning, early years, primary school environments, phenomenology, theories of learning, research with young children, research ethics, qualitative research, basic quantitative research, personal construct theory

Dr Emese Hall

Dr Emese Hall

art, creativity, drawing, early education, interpretive methodologies, primary education qualitative analysis, reflective practice, visual research methods

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Dr Li Li

teacher cognition CALL, social interaction, thinking skills, sociocultural theory, identity, culture, research methodology, technology, language learning, teacher education and development, collaborative learning, TESOL

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Professor Jane Seale

Special educational needs, disability, accessibility and digital Inclusion, use of technologies by adults with severe learning disabilities, methodological developments in user involvement and participatory research, student voice and inclusive practices in higher education

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Dr Alexandra Allan

Gender, sexuality, social class, single-sex. private education, primary education, children, childhood, visual methods, virtual methods, qualitative research, participatory methods, young femininities, sex education, academic achievement, success, high-achievement, popular culture

Professor Wendy Robinson

Professor Wendy Robinson

history of education, history of teaching, history of women's education, pedagogy, student teachers, effective teaching, gifted and talented education, student voice, documentary research methods, historical methodology, oral history, life history

Associate Professor Keith Postlethwaite

Associate Professor Keith Postlethwaite

teacher education, professional education, professional learning, simulation in medical education, quantitative methods, action research, activity theory, differentiation, able pupils, science education, mixed methodologies, cultural theories of learning, activity theory

Associate Professor  Salah Troudi

Associate Professor Salah Troudi

Critical applied linguistics,Language teacher education,Curriculum issues in TESOL,Language policies and language of instruction,Teachers' voices,Action research, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, TESOL, English as a Foreign Language, EFL, Teaching English for Specific Purposes