members

 

CRACL researchers

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Dr  Christine Hall is Professor of Education. She is the contact for postgraduate research in CRACL

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Dr Pat Thomson is Professor of Education. She is the convenor of CRACL.

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Dr Anton Franks has recently retired from the position of Associate Professor Creative Education, but continues to work with us, currently on the Serpentine evaluation.

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Dr Susan Jones is Assistant Professor in English Education.

 

 

MP021014AH1_061.JPGDr Joanna McIntyre is Director of Initial Teacher Education and Associate Professor in English Education.

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Dr Becky Parry is Assistant Professor working on the new B Ed programme and in the MA CALL.

 

Dr Rebecca Coles is a researcher on the Tate Circuit longitudinal project.

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Dr Lexi Earl is researcher on the Tracking Arts Learning and Engagement (TALE) research project.

 

 

CRACL Honorary Professors

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Dr. Jill Blackmore: Professor of Education , Deakin University, Australia

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Paul Collard: Director,  Creativity, Culture and Education, UK

Thursday 21 October 2010. Professor Barbara Comber has been appointed to the Faculty of Education as Research Capacity building Professor. Photo:QUT Marketing and Communication/Erika Fish. PH:0731385003.

 

Dr Barbara Comber: Professor of Education, Queensland University of Technology, Australia and Professor of Education, University of South Australia.

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Dr Ken Jones: Emeritus Professor, Senior Policy Officer, Curriculum and Assessment, National Union of Teachers, UK

 

 

Associate Professor Anne Harris, senior Research fellow at RMIT Australia. image

 

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Dr Emily Pringle: Head of Learning Practice and Research, Tate, UK

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