Teach Meet Research 2017

Teachers undertaking the Enhanced Masters in Learning and Teaching at the University of Oxford organised a Teach Meet Research event to present their research findings.

The Teach Meet Research covered a range of research engagement which has been stimulated by the Enhanced Masters Programme. Below are the presentations and contact details of the presenters, should you wish to find out more.

 

Restorative conversations

Nick Bowater from Wheatley Park School.

How can structured restorative conversations be used to improve teacher student relationships?

email_icon-sm nbowater@wheatleypark.org

 

 Teachers’ Professional Learning 

Tamara Ingamells from Cheney School.

The impact of teachers’ research engagement on professional practice and identity.

email_icon-sm tin@cheney.oxon.sch.uk

Jennifer Law from Cheney School.

Developing the teaching of fractions with a non-specialist teachers in a primary setting.

email_icon-sm jlw@cheney.oxon.sch.uk

 

Metacognition 

Emma Raven from Matthew Arnold School.

Thinking about thinking with Year 8 in Philosophy, Religion and Ethics (PRE)

Stephen Wawrzyniak from Matthew Arnold School

Metacognition how can it impact learning

Jake Wilson from King Alfred’s Academy

Metacognitive strategies to help Year 11 students to solve problem-solving questions in the new GCSE

 

Teachers’/Students’ perceptions 

Annemarie Wintle-Gregory from Wheatley Park School

Pupils’ perceptions of geographical study

Sarah Marcus from The Oxford Academy

How do teachers and students view the impact of single sex classes in English

 

Extra Curricular

Lesley Nelson-Addy from The Oxford Academy.

The impact of extra curricular activities on student engagement in English.

 

Questioning/group work/feedback

Lorna Jordan from Matthew Arnold School

Does the introduction of group average feedback impact on student opinion of group work in a mathematics class

Amelia Kyriakides from Didcot Girls’ School

Questioning that promotes learning in science

Robin Conway from John Mason School

Whole class feedback strategies

David Bate from John Mason School

Use of Chromebooks impact in the classroom

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