Centre for Research in Arts, Creativity and Literacy (CRACL)
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CRACL Postgraduate Researchers

NameResearch Topic
Douglas Bell Conceptualizing Practitioner Expertise in the Teaching of English for Academic Purposes (TEAP)
Lesley Brewer The role of school leaders in promoting a school ethos which supports anti-bullying
Betty Chu Advocacy of teacher librarian’s role in curriculum reforms in Hong Kong schools: reality or rhetoric?
Sonia Davis The development of Black Studies in the UK
Elle Dominski To explore ways in which girls and boys in primary school learn, if they learn differently, and whether it is a result of teacher direction or if innate
Alexandra Earl School Gardens, City Farms and Garden Based Learning: An investigation of what children can learn from school gardens and city farms
Jenny Elliott Global North/South education collaborative projects. Postcolonial and critical race theory(Orientalism). Qualitative (action?) research
Gary Hargreaves Transformative effects of "forum theatre/Baol, Friere, Archer/multiple methods"
Frances Howard Investigating the effectiveness of the Arts Award for hard to reach young people on local authority programmes
Peter Johnston Identifying positive and negative aspects of small-school headship in order to better understand recruitment and retention in small primary schools
Annette Kappert-White Narrative approaches to understanding the experiences of newly-arrived migrant children in classrooms
Olga Karaiosif How drama can help students in Greek Community Schools explore their Greek-Cypriot identity, build their community and rethink their citizenship in order to become more active citizens in the British's multicultural society
David Kellaway English Corner – At the Crossroads?
Tracy McCoy Inclusion and creativity in Art and Design in a Higher Education Context
Julia Molinari An ontology of English academic writing: a philosophical and empirical study
Margaret Pitfield What contribution does drama make to teaching and learning English?
Nicola Sim Investigation of partnerships between visual arts and youth organisations
Helen Smith A literacy ethnography of a small town from mothers' perspectives
Matilda Stickley Act, Affect and Direct: Development of Socio-Dramatic Play in the Early Years Classroom


Centre for Research in Arts, Creativity and Literacy

School of Education
University of Nottingham
Jubilee Campus
Nottingham, NG8 1BB

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