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Dr Sue Taylor

Assistant Professor

Department: Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing

Sue Oates, Academic Staff, Senior Lecturer, Health and Life SciencesAfter teaching and administration roles in schools in London and eight countries in Asia, Europe, the Far East and the Middle East, Sue has returned to live and work in the UK. Her doctoral thesis examined independent, self-regulated learners at the end of primary education. She concluded that teacher training in these areas was underdeveloped and is happy to be working in the HE sector helping to develop outstanding primary teachers.

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Coach Lane Campus
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE7 7XA

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • “How was it for you?” The impacts of student-staff partnerships in developing online teaching and learning, Nichol, D., Mulholland, K., Anderson, A., Taylor, S., Davies, J. 21 Oct 2023, In: Journal of Further and Higher Education
  • ‘Developing online teaching and learning: The potential benefits of ‘listening’ to student voice for staff professional development and authentic student engagement’., Taylor, S., Mulholland, K., Nichol, D., Anderson, A., Davies, J. 27 Sep 2022
  • How Can Self-regulated Learning Support You at University and Enhance Your Practice as a Newly Qualified Teacher?, Oates, S. 19 Feb 2021, Early Careers in Education, Bingley, Emerald
  • Teaching and learning online: engaging with the student voice, Mulholland, K., Davies, J., Taylor, S., Nichol, D., Anderson, A. 7 May 2021, TEAN Annual Conference 2021
  • The Importance of Autonomous, Self-Regulated Learning in Primary Initial Teacher Training, Oates, S. 20 Sep 2019, In: Frontiers in Education

Lorain Miller How do trainee teachers' perceptions of the characteristics of expertise change as they progress through Initial Teacher training in primary education? Start Date: 20/07/2020

  • MA September 01 2017
  • Education PhD September 01 2017


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