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Gillian Hipp joins us to talk about her fascinating research on movement. By the end of this you will be jumping out of your chair! Plus, if you are up for a movement related (gentle) challenge, follow this link: https://move-into-balance.com/10daymoveintobalancechallenge/By feresearchpodcast
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 - htt…
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 dysle…
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!By feresearchpodcast
In this special edition we talk with broadcaster, writer, poet, nature lover, PhD candidate Zakiya McKenzie. We talk nature, wellbeing, history of black journalism, Bristol, Power Rangers and arborist action! #BlackHistoryMonth2020 #WorldMentalHealthDayBy feresearchpodcast
When I'm in flow I become the music: student experiences of flow and what happens when they become curriculum leaders.In this podcast James Tarling talks about his research looking at student experiences of flow, follows the Tao, drops in some poetry and picks up his guitar.By feresearchpodcast
We talk to Vicky Butterby about her PhD research and the impact it has had. The title of Vicky's research is Nothing to lose - A constructed grounded theory of loss in the lives of young people that offend.By feresearchpodcast
Jo and Alistair discuss some research looking at a project examining the best way to teach students maths to use in the workplace. The project focuses on meeting the needs outlined by employers and not by examinations or government policy - being able to equip students with the skills they will need in the workplace not just to gain a GCSE grade.…
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