Mr David Morris
Currently on the Ed D Programme at thesis stage.
Morris, D. (2015) ‘Children’s Voice’, in Hansen, A. [Ed.] Primary Professional Studies – Transforming QTS. pp. 130—147 [2nd edn.] Exeter: Learning Matters.
Morris, D., Uppal, G. and Ayres, D. (2014) Creativity: Learning and Teaching with ICT in English and Mathematics, in Leask, M., Burden, K. and Younie, S. [Eds.] Learning to Teach using ICT in the Primary School. pp. 39-53 [2nd edn.] Abingdon: Routledge.[No text in field]
Morris, D. & Burns, M. (2013) Teaching and Learning with ICT: Overcoming the Challenges of Being a 21st Century Teacher, in Leask, M. & Pachler, N. [Eds.] Learning to Teach ICT in the Secondary School. [3rd edn.] Abingdon: Routledge
Morris, D. and Trushell, J. (2009) To Have and Have Not: Implications for Teacher-trainees on First School Placements in a Diverse Range of ICT Resource Settings, in Ang, L., Trushell, J. and Walker, P. (eds.) Learning and Teaching in a Metropolis: Interdisciplinary Tales Form an Olympic City. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi. pp. 49-66.
Morris, D. (2010) E-confidence or incompetence: Are teachers ready to teach in the 21st century? World Journal on Educational Technology. 2 (2). pp. 142 – 145.
Morris, D. (2010) Are Teachers Technophobes? Investigating professional competency in the use of ICT to support teaching and learning, in Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences. Innovation and Creativity in Education. 2 (2). pp. 4010-4015.
Elton-Chalcraft, S., Hansen, A., Jackson, A. (Cumbria), McCreery, E. (MMU), Morris, D. (UEL) Primary Education: Working with Partnerships for the “New Era”. UCET Annual Conference (2010). Hinckley, Leicestershire. 11th - 12th November.
Morris, D. (2010) Are Teachers Technophobes? Investigating professional competency in the use of ICT to support teaching and learning. World Conference on Educational Sciences [WCES] Annual Conference (2010). Bahcesehir University, Istanbul, Turkey. 4th – 8th February.
Morris, D. and Trushell, J. (2007) ICT and Gender in the Classroom: Can Boys Multi-task? BERA Annual Conference (2008). Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, 3rd - 6th September.
Morris, D. and Trushell, J. (2006) An Analysis of the Development of Teacher Trainee’s ICT Capability on the Primary PGCE Programme. UEL Learning and Teaching Conference (2006). University of East London, Docklands, 26th June.
Morris, D. (2014) ‘Computer programming, ICT and gender in the classroom: a
male-dominated domain or a female preserve?’ Research in Teacher Education, Vol 4(1), 4–9. Available at: www.uel.ac.uk/rite
Morris, D. (2014) 'Can You Hear Me? Are Pupils Voting With Their Feet or Being Valued as Customers?'
In M. Thomas [Ed.], A Child's World – contemporary issues in education. pp. 226—245.
Aberystwyth: CAA, Aberystwyth University.
Morris, D. (2014) 'Can You Hear Me? Are Pupils Voting With Their Feet or Being Valued as Customers?' In M. Thomas [Ed.], A Child's World – contemporary issues in education. pp. 226—245. Aberystwyth: CAA, Aberystwyth University.
PG3100 – Developing Subject Knowledge in ICT (Subject Leader).
PGM300 – Managing Professional Change and Development – M Level.
Every Child Matters