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I currently supervise doctoral students (PhD and EdD), and am interested in supervising new doctoral students, in the following areas:
Professionalism/professional identities/professional development and learning;
Higher Education pedagogy and policy;
Diversity and inclusion in Higher Education;
The development of learning and professional knowledge through postgraduate study.
I am a critical realist and welcome supporting research from that perspective.
My research builds on my interest in critical perspectives on education and learning with particular focus on the relationship between formal and informal learning in professional development and professionalism as well as the role of higher education in the professions.
My recent research has included work-based learning and the role of higher education in the 'professionalisation' of work roles, the role of HE in education policy such as academies and university technology colleges. Recently, I coordinated the university's contribution to a three-year Erasmus Plus-funded project, evaluating a five-country (UK, France, Holland, Germany and Spain) collaborative project aimed at improving primary teacher training through the inclusion of placements in primary schools in partner countries.
Having completed a comparison of youth training policy and pedagogy in France and England for an MPhil from the Institute of Education in 1985, , I went on to work in FE and training schemes for young unemployed in North London. I joined the University of Brighton in 1996 working on part-time workbased programmes. I was involved in the development of awards for primary teaching assistants wanting to progress into teaching and part of the programme team navigating the policy shifts with the introduction of Higher Level Teaching Assistant status and Foundation Degrees and the introduction of fees which had a particularly devastating effect on part-time study in HE. I completed my doctorate in 2008 an investigation into the role of Higher Education in Work-based learning for primary teaching assistants. I was programme leader for the suite of awards in the work-based learning programme before becoming programme leader for the Professional Doctorate in Education in 2014.
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SPIRAL: School teacher professionalisation: Intercultural resources and language
Edmond, N. & Castanheira, P.
1/09/15 → 31/08/18
Project: EU / International
Decolonising the Curriculum: Teaching and Learning about Race EqualityMoncrieffe, M. (ed.), Asare, Y. (ed.), Dunford, R. (ed.), Youssef, H. (ed.), Lloyd, A., Hall, J., Salaman, N., Shahvisi, A., Catteree, R., Johnson, H., Edmond, N., Richardson, A. & Zenerian, E., 16 Dec 2019, 2 ed. Brighton, UK: Brighton: University of Brighton. 32 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Book - edited › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile
Beyond 'Entrepreneurialism of the Self': What it Means to be a Student in the Neoliberal UniversityEdmond, N., 1 Jan 2017, Negotiating Neoliberalism: Developing Alternative Educational Visions. Rudd, T. & Goodson, I. (eds.). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers, p. 71-85 15 p. (Studies in Professional Life and Work).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference proceeding with ISSN or ISBN › ChapterOpen AccessFile
Higher education and the marketization of compulsory schooling: English universities and academy sponsorshipEdmond, N., 13 Jun 2017, In: Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education. 40, 4, p. 587-604
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile
Prisoner peer caregiving: a literature reviewStewart, W. & Edmond, N., 5 Apr 2017, In: Nursing Standard. 31, 32, p. 44-51 8 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
Teacher Professional Learning Networks and the ‘politics of circulation’Bragg, S. & Edmond, N., 15 Jun 2015, p. 0-0. 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › AbstractOpen AccessFile