Doctoral Conference 2016
5th November, 2016
10.20 Comic Explorations. - Chris Bailey
11.00 How might conferences be more inclusive? - Steph Hannam-Swain
11.10 Can sharing education between home and school benefit the child with autism? -
12.10 Using Personal Construct Theory to explore teachers’ notions of creativity in the science classroom. -
12.50 Lunch & posters
13.40 "What I lessons I've learned from my PhD" - Chris Bailey
13.55 Introducing FAMe™: Preliminary Results Suggest Positive Impact on Anxiety in Autistic Pupils. -
14.35 Workshop: Using Metaphoric drawings to explore the affective domain of learning. - Herine Otieno
15.30 "My iPhone annoys me": Teachers using Twitter for Professional Learning. - Ian Guest
16.10 Closing remarks
Sharing Educational Research
This is the second annual Doctoral Research Conference. Like its predecessor, it will provide an opportunity for doctoral researchers to discuss their research, and to hear others describe theirs. The atmosphere will be cordial, convivial and most of all, supportive.
There will be a variety of sessions including seminars, posters and workshops
Call for Papers
If you have any questions, please contact one of the committee:
Ian Guest (iguest @ my.shu.ac.uk)
Stephanie Hannam-Swain (srhannam @ my.shu.ac.uk)
Aimee Quickfall (aquickf @ my.shu.ac.uk)
Call for Papers
The SIoE Doctoral Conference 2016 provides an opportunity to share your research within a supportive community of like-minded scholars.
You are invited to submit a proposal to for an oral presentation (15 min + 5 min Q&A), poster presentation or workshop. We will endeavour to find slots for all those who wish to present, however please be aware that if the call is oversubscribed, it might prove necessary to review the submissions. The information you provide in your submission will be used to structure the sessions for the day.
To submit a proposal, please complete this pro forma and return it to Stephanie (contact details on the form)