Professor Gary Beauchamp 

Summary


               
Position: Director of Research / Professor of Education
School:     Cardiff School of Education
E-mail: gbeauchamp@cardiffmet.ac.uk
Telephone:  029 2041 7262
Room No:  C206
 
                                                
Research Groups:
• Pedagogy And Andragogy Research Group (PARG)
• Arts And Humanities Research Group (AHRG)
CARIAD

Memberships:
• Editorial board - Curriculum Journal
• Reviews Editor - Editorial Board - Welsh Journal of Education
• Editorial Board - Educational Futures - British Educational Studies Association (BESA) Journal
• British Educational Research Association (BERA)
• British Educational Studies Association (BESA) – Vice Chair
• Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
• Fellow of Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors (FCIEA)
• Fellow of Royal Society of Arts (FRSA)

Research Interests:
• Primary Education
• ICT in Education
• Music Education
• Primary School Science Education

Publications

Books:
BEAUCHAMP, G. (2012) ICT in the Primary School: From Pedagogy to Practice. London: Pearson. (See  http://tinyurl.com/csm6gc6

Peer-Refereed journals and research reports:
BALDWIN, L. and BEAUCHAMP, G. (in press) ‘A study of teacher confidence in teaching music within the context of the introduction of the Foundation Phase (0-7 years) statutory Education Programme in Wales’, British Journal of Music Education. Available on CJO 2014 doi:10.1017/S0265051714000060

BEAUCHAMP, G., CLARKE, L., HULME, M. AND MURRAY, J.  (2013) Policy and Practice within the United Kingdom (Research and Teacher Education: the BERA-RSA Inquiry). December 2013. BERA/RSA. http://tinyurl.com/BERA-UK

HODGKIN, K., FLEMING, S., BEAUCHAMP, G. AND BRYANT, A. (2013) ‘Perception to Reality: Pupils' expectations and experiences of the primary-secondary school transition.’ Educationalfutures, Vol. 6 (1), November 2013, pp.28-40.

HILLIER, E., BEAUCHAMP, G. AND WHYTE, S. (2013) ‘A study of self-efficacy in the use of interactive whiteboards across educational settings: a European perspective from the iTILT project’. Educationalfutures. Vol.5 (2) June 2013. pp3-23.

BEAUCHAMP, G. AND KENNEWELL, S. (2013) 'Transition in pedagogical orchestration using the whiteboard', Education and Information technologies.  Vol.18, No. 2, pp179-191

VAN LAER, S., BEAUCHAMP, G. AND COLPAERT, J. (2012) 'Teacher use of the Interactive Whiteboards in Flemish Secondary Education - mapping against a transition framework', Education and Information Technologies. DOI 10.1007/s10639-012-9228-6

BEAUCHAMP, G. (2011) ‘Interactivity and ICT in the primary school: categories of learner interactions with and without ICT’, Technology, Pedagogy and Education. Vol. 20, No. 2, July 2011, 175–190 (DOI: 10.1080/1475939X.2011.588408)

SALISBURY, J., ELLIS, C., BEAUCHAMP, G. AND HAUGHTON, C. (2011) 'What's Occurring? The what, why, how and when of research capacity building in a modest pilot project with EAL learners and science', Welsh Journal of Education, 15(1), pp46-65

EGAN, D., BEAUCHAMP, G., ELLIS, C. AND HILLIER, E. (2011) ‘An Early Evaluation Of The Cardiff Local Authority Literacy Strategy: Final Report to the Welsh Government New Ideas Fund. Cardiff: Welsh Assembly Government.  (Available from http://tinyurl.com/blvpq3h )

BEAUCHAMP, G., KENNEWELL, S., TANNER, H. and JONES. (2010) 'Interactive whiteboards and all that jazz: the contribution of musical metaphors to the analysis of classroom activity with interactive technologies', Technology, Pedagogy and Education. 19: 2, 143-157. 

BEAUCHAMP, G. (2010) 'The musical elements and subject knowledge in primary school trainee teachers: lessons from a five year longitudinal study', British Journal of Music Education, 27(03), pp. 305-318  (DOI: 10.1017/S0265051710000252)

BEAUCHAMP, G., ELLIS, C., ELLIOTT, B. AND TOMOS, B. (2010) 'Improving teaching for the 7-14 age range', Cardiff: Welsh Assembly Government.  (Available from http://tinyurl.com/coz4stj )

BEAUCHAMP, G. and KENNEWELL, S. (2010) 'Interactivity in the classroom and its impact on learning', Computers and Education. 54. pp.759-766.
JONES, S., TANNER, H., KENNEWELL, S., PARKINSON, J., DENNY, H., ANTHONY, C., BEAUCHAMP, G., JONES, B., LEWIS, H., & LOUGHRAN, A. (2009) ‘Using Video Stimulated Reflective Dialogue to support the development of ICT based pedagogy in Mathematics and Science’, The Welsh Journal of Education, 14(2), pp63-77

KENNEWELL, S., TANNER, H., BEAUCHAMP, G., PARKINSON, J., JONES, S., MEIRING, L., NORMAN, N., MORGAN, A., THOMAS, G. (2009) ‘Interactive Teaching and ICT’, The Welsh Journal of Education, 14(2), pp29-44

TANNER, H., JONES, S., KENNEWELL, S., PARKINSON, J., DENNY, H., ANTHONY, C., BEAUCHAMP, G., JONES, B., JONES, D., LEWIS, H., & LOUGHRAN, A. (2009) ‘An investigation of the affordances of ICT for the development of effective pedagogy in mathematics and science classrooms – the i-ped project’, The Welsh Journal of Education, 14(2), pp137-143

KENNEWELL, S., TANNER, H., JONES, S.,  PARKINSON, J., LOUGHRAN, A., LEWIS, H., BEAUCHAMP, G., JONES, B., AND ANTHONY, C. (2009) Final report to Becta concerning the use of video-stimulated reflective dialogue for professional development in ICT. (Available from http://dera.ioe.ac.uk/1455/ )

BEAUCHAMP, G. and KENNEWELL, S. (2008) ‘The influence of ICT on the interactivity of teaching’, Special Issue of the Education and Information Technologies, Vol.13, No. 4, pp305-315.

BEAUCHAMP, G. and PARKINSON, J. (2008) ‘Pupils' perspectives of science as they transfer from an ICT-rich primary school to a secondary school with fewer ICT resources’, Education and Information Technologies,  13 (2), pp103 - 118                                     

KENNEWELL, S., TANNER, H, JONES, S and BEAUCHAMP, G (2008) Analysing the use of interactive technology to implement interactive teaching’ Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 24(1), 61-73.                                 

HIGGINS, S., BEAUCHAMP,G. and MILLER, D. (2007) ‘Reviewing the literature on interactive whiteboards’,  Learning, Media and Technology 32(3), pp213-225

KENNEWELL,S. and BEAUCHAMP.G. (2007) ‘The features of interactive whiteboards and their influence on learning’, Learning, Media and Technology 32(3), pp227-241

KENNEWELL, S., BEAUCHAMP, G. JONES, S., NORMAN, N., PARKINSON, J., TANNER, H., THOMAS, G. AND MORGAN, A. (2007). ‘The Use of ICT to Improve Learning and Attainment through Interactive Teaching: Full Research Report’. ESRC End of Award Report, RES-139-25-0167-A. Swindon: ESRC

BEAUCHAMP, G. AND HARVEY, J. (2006) ‘It’s one of those scary areas’: Leadership and Management of Music in Primary Schools’, British Journal of Music Education 23(1), pp5-22

HARVEY, J and BEAUCHAMP,G. (2005) ‘What we’re doing, we do musically’: Leading and Managing music in Secondary Schools’, Educational Management Administration and Leadership, January 2005, 33(1), pp51-67

BEAUCHAMP,G. and PARKINSON,J. (2005) ‘Beyond the ‘wow’ factor: Developing interactivity with the interactive whiteboard’, School Science Review March 2005 86(316), pp97-103

BEAUCHAMP. G. (2004) ‘Teacher use of the interactive whiteboard (IWB) in primary schools – towards an effective transition framework’, Technology, Pedagogy and Education Volume 13 (3) 2004, pp 327 – 348 .

KENNEWELL, S. and BEAUCHAMP.G..(2003). The influence of a technology-rich classroom environment on elementary teachers' pedagogy and children's learning, in Young Children and Learning Technologies, (eds. J Wright, A McDougall, J Murnane and J Lowe). Sydney: Australian Computer Society, 65-70.

BEAUCHAMP. G. (2003)‘From Hadow to Gittins: a music education framed by the people or for the people - cultural aspirations and official validation of primary school music in Wales’ Journal of Educational Administration & History, Volume 35, No. 2 September 2003, pp127-135

BEAUCHAMP. G. (1997)’ INITIAL TRAINING + INSET = Confident teachers. A formula for success?’, British Journal of Music Education  Volume 14 No. 1 (1997) pp 69-85

BEAUCHAMP. G. (1997)’ INSET IN THE CLASSROOM: lessons for INSET provision from an audio strategy for non-specialist teachers of Music in the Primary School’,  Journal of In-service Education Volume 23 No. 2, pp 205-218

BEAUCHAMP. G. (1995) National Curriculum Music (Wales): The 'Third Language?  The Welsh Journal of Education Volume 5 No. 1 pp 42-54

Book chapters:
BEAUCHAMP, G. (in press) ‘Writing and Presenting Research’ in Palaiologou, I. (ed) Research Methodsin Education. London: Sage.

BEAUCHAMP, G. (2013) ‘Understanding the World’ in Palaiologou, I. (ed) The Early Years Foundation Stage: Theory and Practice. 2nd Edition. London: Sage. pp286-298

ELLIS, C. and BEAUCHAMP, G. (2012) 'Ethics in working with and researching children with Special Educational Needs' in Palaiologou, I. (ed) Ethical Practice in Early Children. London: Sage. pp47-60

BEAUCHAMP, G. and HAUGHTON, C. (2012) 'Ethics in studying Early Years' in Palaiologou, I. Ethical Practice in Early Childhood. London: Sage.  pp147-158

BEAUCHAMP, G. (2009) ‘Knowledge and understanding of the World’ in Palaiologou, I. (ed) (2009) The Early Years Foundation Stage: Theory and Practice, London: Sage, pp167-177

BEAUCHAMP, G. (2006) - ‘New technologies and ‘new teaching’: a process of evolution?’ in Changing Teaching and Learning in the Primary School Ed. Webb, R. OPEN UNIVERSITY PRESS. pp81-91. 

Published paper in peer refereed conference proceedings:

TANNER, H., JONES, S., BEAUCHAMP, G. AND KENNEWELL, S. (2010) 'Interactive whiteboards and all that jazz: analyzing classroom activity with interactive technologies' in Sparrow, L., Kissane, B. and Hurst, C. (Eds.) Shaping the future of mathematics education: Proceedings of the 33rd annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. Fremantle: MERGA. pp547-544.  (Available at http://tinyurl.com/c5tr4ru )

TANNER, H., JONES, S., KENNEWELL, S. and BEAUCHAMP, G. (2005) ‘Interactive Whiteboards and Pedagogies of Whole Class Teaching’ in Clarkson, C., Downton, A., Gronn, D., Horne, M., McDonough, A., Pierce, R. and Roche, A. (eds), Building Connections: Research, Theory and Practice; Proceedings of the Annual Conference held at RMIT, Melbourne, 7th-9th July, 2005. ( Available at http://tinyurl.com/cf6kw3e )

KENNEWELL, S. and BEAUCHAMP, G. (2003) ‘The influence of a technology-rich classroom environment on elementary teachers’ pedagogy and children’s learning’ in Wright, J., McDougall, A., Murnane, J. and Lowe, J., Eds. (2003). Young Children and Learning Technologies. Selected papers from the International Federation for Information Processing Working Group 3.5 Open Conference. Conferences in Research and Practice in Information Technology, Melbourne, Australia, ACS. Volume 34. pp65-70. (Available at http://crpit.com/Vol34.html )

National and international conference papers and research dissemination:
HAUGHTON, C., ELLIS, C. & BEAUCHAMP, G. (2013)  ‘An Air Of Mystery: out in the Forest? Reflections from a small scale study which examines practitioners’ perceptions and definitions of Forest School’, presented at ‘Education: Past, Present and Future’: the 9th Annual Conference of the British Education Studies Association (BESA), 27 - 28 June 2013, Swansea Metropolitan University.

WHYTE, S., BEAUCHAMP, G. and HILLER, E. (2012) ‘Perceptions of the IWB for second language teaching and learning: the iTILT project’ presented at EUROCALL conference, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. 22-25 August, 2012.

HODGKIN, K. and BEAUCHAMP, G. (2012) ‘Using ethnography as a research tool - lessons for researchers from a primary – secondary school study in Wales’ presented at BESA (British Educational Studies Association) conference, University of Hull, June 28th/29th 2012.

HILLIER, E., BEAUCHAMP, G. and WHYTE, S. (2012) ‘Towards an effective transition framework’ - the use of Interactive whiteboards in educational settings: a European perspective from the iTilt project’ to be presented at BESA (British Educational Studies Association) conference, University of Hull, June 28th/29th 2012.

BEAUCHAMP, G  (2011) 'Interactivity in the classroom and its impact on learning’ presented at BESA (British Educational Studies Association) conference, Manchester, 30th June -1 July 2011.

TANNER, H., JONES, S., BEAUCHAMP, G. AND KENNEWELL, S. (2010) ‘Interactive Whiteboards and all that Jazz: Analysing Classroom Activity with Interactive Technologies’ presented at Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA - 33), John Curtin College of the Arts, Fremantle, 3-7 July 2010

BEAUCHAMP, G., ELLIS, C., HAUGHTON, C. and CONNOLLY, M. (2010) 'Educational Studies: a study of student motivation, identity and futures' presented at BESA (British Educational Studies Association) conference, Bangor, 1-2nd July 2010

BEAUCHAMP, G. (2010)  ‘Teacher Education in the UK: Wales’, BERA SIG seminar presented at British Educational Research Association (BERA) conference, Warwick University, 2-4th September 2010

BEAUCHAMP, G., ELLIS, C., ELLIOTT, B. AND TOMOS, B. (2009) 'Improving teaching for the 7-14 age range', TLRP in Wales - Dissemination Seminar. Tuesday 24 November 2009, Cardiff Marriott Hotel, Cardiff.

BEAUCHAMP, G., ELLIS,C., HAUGHTON, C. and SALISBURY, J. (2009) ‘The use of ICT and Video Stimulated Reflective Dialogue (VSRD) in assessing conceptual understanding of science in primary schools children with English as an additional language (EAL)’ presented at BERA conference, Manchester, 3-5th September 2009.

KENNEWELL, S, BEAUCHAMP, G., JONES, S, TANNER, H. LOUGHRAN, A. LEWIS, H., JONES, B., ANTHONY, C. and PARKINSON, J. (2009) ‘The contribution of ICT to dialogic teaching in mathematics and science’, presented at BERA conference 3-5th September 2009 

BEAUCHAMP, G., HARVEY, J., WRIGHT, R., LAWTON, J. and DAVIES-BARNES, S. (2009) ‘Music, society and education: An investigation into the leadership and management of music education in primary and secondary schools’ presented at Welsh Education Research Network Colloquium, UWIC, 13th May, 2009.

BEAUCHAMP, G., SALISBURY, J., ELLIS, C., and HAUGHTON, C. (2009) ‘Assessment of science in KS2 pupils with English as an Additional Language (EAL)’ presented at Welsh Education Research Network Colloquium, UWIC, 13th May, 2009.

KENNEWELL, S., BEAUCHAMP, G., JONES, S., TANNER, H., LOUGHRAN, A., LEWIS, H., JONES, B., ANTHONY, C. and PARKINSON, J. (2009) ‘Interactive whiteboards and all that jazz’ presented at Research Into Teaching with Whole class Interactive Technologies (RITWIT) - An International Conference, Cambridge, June 29-30, 2009

BEAUCHAMP, G. and KENNEWELL, S. (2009) ‘Interactivity in the classroom and its impact on learning’, Paper presented at CAL 09, March 23-25th 2009, Brighton, UK

KENNEWELL, S. and BEAUCHAMP, G. (2008) - Interactivity in the classroom and its impact on learning Paper presented at BERA (British Educational Research Association) conference Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. 3-6th September 2008 

KENNEWELL, S. and BEAUCHAMP, G. (2008) ‘The influence of ICT on the interactivity of teaching’ – Paper presented at IFIP International Conference, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. 23rd - 26th June 2008

KENNEWELL,S., BEAUCHAMP, G ., TANNER, H., and. JONES, S. (2006) ‘Learning from children about the impact of interactive whiteboards’ Paper presented at BERA (British Educational Research Association) conference, University of Warwick, September 2006 

BEAUCHAMP, G. (2005) New Technologies and ‘New Teaching’: a process of evolution? Paper presented at BERA (British Educational Research Association) conference, University of Glamorgan, September 2005

BEAUCHAMP, G. and BICKNELL, C. (2005) ‘Interactivity in the primary school: teachers’ perceptions in mathematics, science and second language teaching’, Paper presented at BERA (British Educational Research Association) conference, University of Glamorgan, September 2005

BEAUCHAMP, G. and PARKINSON, J. (2004) ‘Pupils’ perspectives of science as they transfer from an ICT-rich primary school to a secondary school with fewer ICT resources’, Paper presented at BERA (British Educational Research Association) conference, Manchester, 6-18th September 2004 

KENNEWELL,S. and BEAUCHAMP.G. (2003) ‘The influence of a technology-rich classroom environment on elementary teachers’ pedagogy and children’s learning’ Presented at Young Children and Learning Technologies’ International Conference of IFIP Working Group 3.5 on Informatics and Elementary Education. July 14-17th 2003. Sydney, Australia.

BEAUCHAMP, G. and HARVEY, J. (2003) ‘It’s one of those scary areas’ Leadership and Management of Music in Primary Schools’ Paper presented at the BELMAS Annual Conference, Milton Keynes, Saturday 4th October 2003 

Conference paper HARVEY, J. and BEAUCHAMP, G. (2003) - ‘Juggling Jelly - Leadership and Management of Music in Secondary Schools’ Paper presented at the BELMAS Annual Conference, Milton Keynes, Saturday 4th October 2003

Professional journal articles:
BEAUCHAMP, G. (2008) Forum: Do you need grade 8 to be a good music teacher? Classroom Music. Issue 24. Rhinegold Press.

WRIGHT, R. and BEAUCHAMP, G. (2008) ‘Whatever happened to the Land of Song: The plight of young people’s music in Wales’, NAME (The National Association of Music Educator) Magazine, No 24, pp21-22

BEAUCHAMP, G., DAVIES-BARNES, S. and LAWTON, J. (2008) ‘Did I really say that? Some thoughts on videoing your music lessons as a means of professional development’, Primary Music Today Issue 40

HARVEY, J. and BEAUCHAMP, G. (2007) ‘Leading and managing Music in secondary Schools: is music different?’, Ensemble The Journal of the MMA. No.74. January 2007. pp5-9.

BEAUCHAMP, G. (2007) ‘Music of a time and place: Serialism (or is it musical maths?)’, Primary Music Today, Issue 37, pp26-27

BEAUCHAMP, G. (2006) 'ICT and science: what does research have to say to teachers?', Education in Science, 219, September 2006, 30-31

BEAUCHAMP. G., FOWLER, P., HARLEN, W., OVERSBY, J., RILEY, L. and TOPLIS, P. (2005) ‘Science Education Research: what is it and who is it for?’, Education in Science, February 2005, pp12-13

BEAUCHAMP. G. (2004) ‘Research, ICT and science: some thoughts on primary/secondary transition’, Education in Science, November 2004, pp14-16

BEAUCHAMP. G. (2003) ‘Research in science by primary teachers: a growth industry?’, Education in Science, Number 201, February 2003

BEAUCHAMP. G. (2003) ‘The Interactive Whiteboard, Ensemble The Journal of the MMA. No.64 September 2003, p28

BEAUCHAMP. G. (2003) ‘Winds and Weather – Resources for KS1’,  Music Teacher, December 2003, pp28-31

BEAUCHAMP. G. (2003) ‘The interactive whiteboard and music teaching’, Primary Music Today, Issue 26, Winter 2003, pp15-19

BEAUCHAMP. G. (2002) ‘Using 20th century music in the primary classroom’, Primary Music Today, Issue 22 Summer 2002

BEAUCHAMP. G. (2000) ‘Valuables enclosed: Handle with Care Practical advice for making the most of music projects’, Primary Music Today, Issue 16 Spring 2000 pp21-23

BEAUCHAMP. G. (1999) ‘20th century Music: Composing with an open mind’, Music in the Curriculum, Issue 38 Spring 1999. pp5-6

BEAUCHAMP. G. (1999) ‘Music and technology: a marriage made in heaven?’, Liberty. Volume 4.2 1999

BEAUCHAMP. G. (1998) ‘Who’s that man with the violin?’ in Primary Music Today Issue 10 January 1998 pp8-10

BEAUCHAMP. G. (1998) ‘Alive and singing’, Liberty, Volume 3.4 1998 pp37-39

BEAUCHAMP. G. (1998) ‘The Teacher as Researcher some practical considerations’, Ensemble The Journal of the MMA. No.49 November 1998. pp29-31

BEAUCHAMP. G. (1997) INSET: an effective resource in Primary School teaching of Music? in the Music Masters’ and Mistresses’ Association Journal No 46 November 1997 pp10-14

Projects

 

Projects

 Funding

 Amount

Year

 Project(s)

iTILT (interactive Technologies In Language Teaching) - European Union project
Aims to promote best practice in communicative language teaching using interactive whiteboards.
European Union €525,945.00 2011 - 2013 Co-applicant - Partners in Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, Turkey and Holland.
‘Developing functional literacy in Wales: An early assessment of the Cardiff language, literacy and communication strategy’ Welsh Assembly Government – New Ideas funding £10,000.00 2010 PI / Cardiff Met
TLRP Associate Research Fellow – THE TLRP IN WALES: A REVIEW - ‘Improving Teaching for the 7-14 age range’ Welsh Educational Research Network (WERN) and TLRP £2,500.00 2009 PI / Cardiff Met and Bangor University
Title: Music, society and education: An investigation into the leadership and management of music education in primary and secondary schools. Welsh Educational Research Network (WERN / ESRC) £9,622.00 2008 - 2009 PI / Cardiff Met, Newport, Cambridge University
Assessment in primary school science’ investigates effective assessment of conceptual understanding in science in primary school children with English as an Additional language (EAL). Welsh Educational Research Network (WERN /ESRC) £5,000.00 2008 - 2009 PI / Cardiff Met and Cardiff University
An investigation of the affordances of ICT for the development of effective pedagogy in mathematics and science classrooms. Welsh Educational Research Network (WERN/ESRC) £13,000.00  2008 Team member - Swansea Metropolitan, Trinity Carmarthen and Cardiff Met
The use of video-stimulated reflective dialogue for professional development in ICT BECTA £19,950.00  2008 Team member - Swansea Metropolitan. Trinity Carmarthen and Cardiff Met
'Interactive Teaching and ICT'
See link here
ESRC / TLRP £114,794.00 2005 - 2005 Co-applicant
 

Profile


Professor Beauchamp is Director of Research for the School of Education and Professor of Education. After many years working as a primary school teacher, Professor Beauchamp moved into higher education as a lecturer at Swansea University. He became Programme Director for the primary PGCE course as well as lecturing in primary science, music and education and professional studies. He also taught on a range of MA modules and supervised research students. He moved to fulfil the same duties with Swansea School of Education before taking the post of Programme Director for the BA (Hons) Educational Studies degree at Cardiff Metropolitan University in 2007. He was appointed Director of Research in 2009.

Professor Beauchamp’s research focus is on ICT in education, particularly the use of interactive technologies in learning and teaching. He is currently supervising PhD students looking at ICT in secondary school and higher education in Jordan and Kuwait. Professor Beauchamp has also published work on primary education, music education (the area in which he gained his Ph.D. in 1996) and primary school science education.

He has been involved in many funded research projects and is currently working on a 28 month EU funded project (with partners in Belgium, Holland, France, Spain, Germany and Turkey) examining the use of interactive whiteboards in second language teaching (see ITilT project).

In addition to the above, Professor Beauchamp is an Additional Inspector for Estyn (where he undertook a full-time secondment for six months) and has inspected a range of educational providers. He is also a Governor in a primary school and has served as external examiner for several universities.

 

External Links


• Editorial Board - Welsh Journal of Education (Also Reviews Editor)
• Executive Committee and Vice Chair - British Educational Studies Association
• External Examiner - PGCE (Primary), University of Gloucester
 

Further Information

• Higher Degree supervision
• ICT in schools in Kuwait
• ICT in HE in Jordan
• ICT in HE in Kuwait
• Transition in HE for students with Special Needs
• Pupil voice in primary school music
• ICT in primary mathematics
• Music for non-specialists in teacher education and training

See also ‘Cardiff Met Media Experts Directory’