Good News in our Doctoral Community

CERS doctoral students meeting – 2nd Feb 2022, free, online (9:00-10:30am UK Time)

We are inviting you to be part of a doctoral students’ meeting on 2nd February 2022 at 9:00-10:30am – please save this date/time now. And here’s the zoom link to this online meeting: Meeting ID: 965 1561 3834 Passcode: 283199 This meeting is organised by the Centre for Education Research and Scholarship (CERS) of our Middlesex University Education Department … Continue reading CERS doctoral students meeting – 2nd Feb 2022, free, online (9:00-10:30am UK Time)

Congratulations Dr Ip

On the 27th July 2020, Terence Ip was awarded his PhD for the thesis entitled ‘The Implementation of Marketing in Private Early Childhood Education Centres in Hong Kong: An Investigation of the Effect on Marketing Ethics’. His research looked into the effect on marketing ethics. The private early childhood education centres in Hong Kong needs … Continue reading Congratulations Dr Ip

Profile: Dr Anna Moxnes

Through teaching in early childhood organizations and in early childhood teacher education (ECTE), I became aware that reflection can be a troublesome concept. In my PhD, I investigated what reflection means, how it works in teaching practices in ECTE, and what else it could be. Under guidance and support from my supervisory team, including Professor … Continue reading Profile: Dr Anna Moxnes

Profile: Dr Teresa Aslanian

As an ECEC practitioner with a Masters degree in early childhood education, I remained concerned with the status, position and perception of care in ECEC policy and practice which led me to pursue a PhD study to explore this issue further. Through my doctoral research I interviewed policy makers and politicians about their perceptions of … Continue reading Profile: Dr Teresa Aslanian

Congratulations Dr Baracsi

On the 10th December 2020, Zita Baracsi was awarded her PhD for the thesis entitled ‘Analyses from an A/r/tographic Perspective of Maintaining Participatory Flow with the Intention of Enhancing Empowerment During a SchoolCommunity Art & Craft Project’. This interdisciplinary research is focused on the process of empowerment in relation to the facilitation of participatory flow … Continue reading Congratulations Dr Baracsi

Profile: Dr Henry Ward

Henry Ward, who completed a PhD by Public Works in Education (supervised by Victoria de Rijke) whilst at Welling School, a Specialist Visual Arts College, went on to become Head of Education at London’s Southbank Centre and is now Creative Director for the Freelands Foundation. Henry’s continued work in art education, informs much of his expanded … Continue reading Profile: Dr Henry Ward

New Book: ‘How to survive in teaching’ by Dr Emma Kell, former doctoral student

Dr. Emma Kell, who studied her EdD with us in Education (Supervised by Prof Paul Gibbs and Victoria de Rijke) has published her first book with Bloomsbury Educational, titled How to Survive in Teaching: Without imploding, exploding or walking away, (2018). Drawing on years of research and first-hand experience, How to Survive in Teaching offers … Continue reading New Book: ‘How to survive in teaching’ by Dr Emma Kell, former doctoral student