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Jennifer Ellis

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20082017
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Area of academic expertise - outline

I have conducted research on active learning in the early stages of primary school. I remain interested in the area of children's literature and its use in the primary classroom. 

Current research activities

Upcoming projects include an exploration and comparison of reflection by and among ITE students.

Desired research direction

With five years' experience leading a large undergraduate ITE programme, I have access to rich "data" regarding students, their experiences on placement, and their perceived competence.  I am keen to research more formally this area.

 

 

Target collaborative companies

Collaboration with colleagues in other Schools of Education or other universities in Scotland and elsewhere.

Target collaborative organisations

Other universities, such as the Department of Teacher Education and Sport at Sogn og Fjordane University College in Sogndal in Norway. 

Other areas of expertise available for knowledge exchange

Early childhood and literacy development

Active learning

Children's literature

ITE students' reflections on perceived professional competence

External positions

External examiner at the University of Glasgow

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Research Output 2008 2017

learning
community
education
literacy
emotional development

Play in the primary school classroom? The experience of teachers supporting children's learning through a new pedagogy

Martlew, J., Stephen, C. & Ellis, J., 2011, In : Early Years. 31, 1, p. 71-83 13 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

teacher
school
youth worker
youth work
Socialisation