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Ms Charlotte Page

Lecturer

    I am a Lecturer in Early Childhood Studies. My background is in primary teaching, education research and global citizenship. I have worked as a primary school teacher in London, Norwich and Cambridge, have been involved in educational research projects focussing on a diverse range of issues such as independent learning in early years, the links between creativity and student wellbeing and more recently global citizenship in Higher Education. I have also worked for NGOs particularly concerned with the development of global citizenship education in UK schools.


    Overview




    Global Citizens, Global Futures Project: Initial Findings and Reflections, (2014), Report for the HEA, Manchester Metropolitan University, Alicia Prowse and Charlotte Page
    The Impact of Creative Partnerships on the Wellbeing of Children and Young People, (2012), Report for Creativity, Culture and Education (CCE), Ros McLennan, Maurice Galton, Charlotte Page and Susan Steward


    Collaborators

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    Research

    Motivating your Secondary Class, SAGE (2009), Maurice Galton, Susan Steward, Linda Hargreaves, Charlotte Page and Anthony Pell

    The Costs of Inclusion. A Report commissioned by the National Union of Teachers concerning inclusion in schools (2006), John MacBeath, Maurice Galton, Susan Steward, Andrea MacBeath, Charlotte Page

    Interactive CD Rom for Early Years Practitioners – Supporting young children in becoming self-regulated learners (2005), David Whitebread, Holly Anderson, Penny Coltman, Charlotte Page, Sanjana Mehta, Deborah Pino-Pasternak

    A Life in Teaching? The Impact of Change on Secondary Teachers’ Working Lives (2004), Maurice Galton, John MacBeath, Charlotte Page, Sue Steward Developing Independent Learning in the Early Years (2003), David Whitebread, Penny Coltman, Holly Anderson, Charlotte Page and Deborah Pino Pasternak

    A Life in Teaching? The Impact of Change on Primary Teachers’ Working Lives (2002), Maurice Galton, John MacBeath, Charlotte Page, Sue Steward

    Publications


    Funding

    I am particularly interested in professional development through action research and pedagogies that support children’s independence and wellbeing. I have worked on education research projects exploring independent learning in early years, grouping and group work, inclusion and exploring the links between creativity and student wellbeing.


    Interests

    Portfolio




    Level 3: Becoming an Early Childhood Undergraduate

    Level 5: Observing, Documenting and Researching with Children, Families and Practitioners

    Level 6: Children, Culture and Globalisation

    Level 6: Early Childhood Research Dissertation
    Early Childhood Studies

    Teaching