Research Profile

Mrs Julie
Jones

Subject Leader - Education, Children & Young People

Faculty of Education and Humanities

  • Julie Jones’ experience in Education is as a primary school teacher and Advisory Teacher for Primary English with the Northamptonshire Local Authority and then a Senior Lecturer at the University of Northampton teaching and leading on programmes within the area of Education, Children and Young People.

    She has an Upper Second degree in Economics, a PGCE (Primary) and Masters with Distinction in Education. She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

  • Julie is Subject Leader for:

    • Foundation Degree in Learning and Teaching
    • BA (Hons) Learning and Teaching
    • BA (Hons) Education Studies
    • BA(Hons) Childhood & Youth

    The Subject Area also encompasses the Regional Management of the Higher Level Teaching Assistant Status.

  • Julie’s main areas of research are:

    • the professional development, motivation deployment and impact of teaching assistants, including their impact in the context of Changemaker values
    • group work dynamics and assessment of students’ group work
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    2014

    2008

    • Jones, J. and Smith, A. (2008) Facilitating group work: leading or empowering? Paper presented to: Fourth Biennial European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) /Northumbria Assessment Conference, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, 27 – 29 August 2008. (Unpublished)
    • Smith, A. and Jones, J. (2008) Student reflections on a collaborative project. Paper presented to: European Conference on Education Research (ECER 2008), Gothenburg, Sweden, 10 – 12 September 2008. (Unpublished)
    This list was generated from NECTAR on Wed Nov 14 12:00:24 2018 GMT.