Audios poster session

Angel Urbina, “Preschool and first grade teacher’s perceptions and practices on preschool transition in Mexico”. University of York. Email address: maug500@york.ac.uk.

Charlotte D. Rochez, “Perceptions of agency: insights from researching the histories of home-based education and schooling-at-home”. University of Cambridge. Email address: edr34@cam.ac.uk

Dimitra Kaneva, “Creative research methods: exploring children’s experiences and engagement in primary-secondary school transition”. University of Manchester. Email address: kaneva@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk

Einat Litchtinger, “Impact of intervention programs to promote self-regulation in at-risk students on the self-identity and motivation of teachers”. Oranim Academic College. Email address: licht@012.net.il

Kristin Aadland, “Storytelling, oral skills and learning identity in school – a study on storytelling situations as a learning context in multicultural schools”. University of Oslo. Email address: aadland@ped.uio.no

Maria Bastaki, The impact of Model United Nations Conferences on global citizenship identity, in a Greek Senior High School environment”. University of Birmingham. Email address: mxb184@bham.ac.uk

Marja Liisa Samppala, “Developing workplace learning, increasing adult learner’s agency”. University of Helsinki. Email address: marja-liisa.samppala@helsiniki.fi

Megan Louise McCall, “Empowering friendships: planting seeds of moral and civic agency within a Diversity Awareness school curriculum”. Saint Louis University. Email address: mmcaall@slu.edu

Michael Fell, “What role for home energy monitors in primary school energy education?”. UCL Energy Institute. Email address: fell.11@ucl.ac.uk

Paul Crowhurst, “The interpersonal qualities of teachers: a foundation for effective practice”. Chinese International School. Email address: pcrowhurst@cis.edu.hk

Shona McIntosh, “Trainee teachers on placement; an exploration of contextual influences on the development of situated agency in the process of becoming a teacher”. University of Bath. Email address: spm25@bath.ac.uk

 
The DARE Collaborative is a research partnership focused on the digital arts in education, led by the UCL Institute of Education and the British Film Institute. It has a membership of university researchers, teachers and educators in cultural organisations with an interest in arts, media, culture and new literacies in the context of education and digital media.
Centro en Investigación Avanzada en Educación