Dr Adam Hounslow-Eyre
Adam’s research interests are in complexity theory and the call for ‘research based’ educational practice. He also researches the impact of digital technology and computing in schools (most recently working with regional partners in an EEF funded initiative).
Reaching the ‘hard to reach’ through early childhood care and education: Documenting innovative pedagogical approaches. British Education Research Association (2017) with Dr E Pearson R U into A R? Augmented Reality in Primary School. Derbyshire Computing Conference (2017) The limits of explanation and prediction in educational research: the ‘wicked problem’ of complex adaptive systems. Teacher Education Advancement Network (TEAN) Conference (2015) Educational Entrepreneurship: market mechanisms, system leadership and the philosophical ‘Nature’ of the problem. TEAN Conference (2014)
Guidance for ITT mentors: Coaching and mentoring. In Paige, R., Lambert, S. and Geeson, R. (2017) Building Skills for Effective Primary Teaching. London: Sage. Distinctive Features of Teaching and Learning in Small Primary Schools with Mixed Age Classes (2014) CfBT, Kyra and BGU as Research Consultant