Second in the series of seminars, hosted by the Chartered College of Teaching, that will inspire and enable new thinking about the benefits and viability of developing research-informed and research-generating practices. Inspired by the innovative series of books ‘Unlocking Research’ (series editors Dr James Biddulph and Mrs Julia Flutter, Routledge) each seminar will focus on each book in the series, with teachers, teaching assistants and academics presenting ideas and ways in which research influenced practice and how practice influenced research.
Participants will hear from our panel of speakers:
Professor Pamela Burnard FCCT FRSA, Michelle Loughrey ‘Why creativities and why now’, Dr James Biddulph FCCT FRSA and Dr Steven Berryman FCCT.
Dr James Biddulph FCCT FRSA, following a degree in English and Music from Durham University, James won a travel scholarship and volunteered in two schools in Nepal. After this, his passion for education evolved and in 2001 he started his career following a PGCE at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. In 2002, his creative approach to teaching gained him Advanced Skills Teachers (AST) status in Music and in 2003 he was awarded Outstanding New Teacher of the Year for London. He is now the first Headteacher of the University of Cambridge Primary School, the first primary University Training School in the UK, which was recently graded as Outstanding by Ofsted. Concurrently with opening two new schools, he completed his PhD which focused on creative learning in ethnic minority immigrant children’s homes and is now the series editor of a series of books aimed to unlock educational research for school leaders and practitioners. James is a founding Fellow of the Chartered College of Teaching.
Pamela Burnard FCCT FRSA, is Professor of Arts, Creativities and Educations at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. She has published widely with 20 books and over 100 articles which advance the theory of multiple creativities across education sectors including early years, primary, secondary, further and higher education, through to creative and cultural industries and transdisciplinary (STEAM) practices. She is co-editor of the journal Thinking Skills and Creativity. Some of her recent publications include ‘Why Science and Arts Creativities Matter: (Re-)Configuring STEAM for Future-making Education’ (co-edited with Laura Colucci-Gray in 2020, Brill-i-Sense); Sculpting New Creativities in Primary Education (2021, Routledge) and ‘Doing Rebellious Research in and beyond the Academy (2022, Brill-i-Sense). She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) and Fellow of the Chartered College of Teaching, UK. Pamela is also an experienced and highly skilled teacher who has worked in early years, primary and secondary school settings.
Dr Steven Berryman FCCT, Director of Arts, Culture and Community for the Odyssey Trust for Education. He has worked in education for nearly 20 years, and contributes widely through research, teaching, advisory and non executive director roles. One of the first Chartered Teachers, Steven continues to support the programme as an assessor. Steven has considerable expertise in arts education, and is the Vice-President of the National Society for Educators of Art and Design, and an advisory panel member for the Cultural Learning Alliance. Most recently he was appointed a member of the expert panel for the DFE/DCMS National Plan for Music Education refresh.
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