Enhanced MLT Current and Recent Projects

Applications for the 17/18 academic year are being acceptedThe Enhanced Masters is available via the OCL partnership enrolment to the Masters in Learning and Teaching (MLT) course. More information can be found in the Enhanced Masters Programme 2017-18 flyer (to be loaded shortly) and on the University of Oxford Department of Education website here. You can also contact us if you have any questions or queries.

A list of current Enhanced Masters participants, and their research topics, is given below:

Part 1

Name School Research Topic
Robin Conway John Mason School Assessment: Balancing Workload with Effective Feedback

 

Part 2

Name School Research Topic
Harriett Graham St Birinus School tbc
Amelia Kyriakides Didcot Girls’ School tbc
Emma Raven Matthew Arnold School tbc
Phoebe Greenway St Birinus School tbc
Duncan Lorimer St Birinus School tbc
Sarah Marcus The Oxford Academy Male and female students’ engagement with English
Annemarie Wintle-Gregory Wheatley Park School tbc

 

Part 3

Name School Research Topic
Tamara Ingamells Cheney School The impact of being research-engaged; how do teachers involved in research believe it has impacted on their professional development, practice and sense of identity?
Jennifer Law Cheney School Developing the Teaching of Fractions with Non-Specialist Teachers in a Primary Setting.
Lorna Jordan Matthew Arnold School Group work and Feedback: Does the introduction of group average feedback impact on student opinion of group work in a mathematics class?
Luis Verdejo Matthew Arnold School tbc
Iain Blackwell St Gregory the Great School Can pupil choice over English curriculum content improve pupils’ sense that the subject is ‘for them’?  Assessing the impact of curriculum choice on pupils’ engagement, confidence and sense of inclusion in the English classroom.
Lesley Nelson-Addy The Oxford Academy The Impact of Extra-Curricular activities on Student Engagement: In what ways does participation in Symposium affect Higher Prior Attaining students’ engagement in English?
Nick Bowater Wheatley School How can structured restorative conversations be used to improve teacher student relationships?

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