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Research Profile

  • HEA Fellowship awarded 2017.

    • Module Lead for Children in Society, Special Educational Needs, Disabilities and Inclusion, Creative and Therapeutic Approaches, Professional Pedagogy in Early Years.
    • Dissertation supervision: A range of BA and MA levels.
    • Personal and Academic tutor: Personalised academic and pastoral support for students on an individual or group basis. Visiting students in practice and on placement and encourage reflection/critical self-evaluation. Personalised support plans to ensure progression for individual students with needs (liaison with and referral to accessibility and relevant student services for appropriate support). Assist students develop employability skills.
    • International Conference at the Artevelde University, Ghent, Belgium – The impact of child poverty in England 06/2017
    • Research Activity/Publications: International Conference at the Artevelde University, Ghent, Belgium – Clay as a Therapeutic approach 05/2018
  • For publications, projects, datasets, research interests and activities, view Michelle Bugby’s research profile on Pure, the University of Northampton’s Research Explorer.

  • Bugby, M. & Caldwell, H. (2018) The use of technology to build digital communities, In: Sykes, G. and Teszenyi, E. (2018) (eds) Young children and their communities. Understanding collective social responsibility. Abingdon: Routledge