28 Works

Leaky Boundaries: Transversing the Abject through Puppetry Performance

Laura Purcell-Gates
Plenary paper presented at American Society for Theatre Research Conference Trans-. Minneapolis, MN, US. 4 November 2016In Wattle and Daub’s The Depraved Appetite of Tarrare the Freak, a reanimated corpse puppet leaks blood, excrement, and saliva on his journey through military torture, medical treatment, and morbid illness. In moments of memory, body parts of Snuff Puppets’ giant Everybody puppet detach from its dying body and secrete. Each of these moments unsettles the boundary between puppet...

Leaky Boundaries: Transversing the Abject through Puppetry Performance

Laura Purcell-Gates
Plenary paper presented at American Society for Theatre Research Conference Trans-. Minneapolis, MN, US. 4 November 2016In Wattle and Daub’s The Depraved Appetite of Tarrare the Freak, a reanimated corpse puppet leaks blood, excrement, and saliva on his journey through military torture, medical treatment, and morbid illness. In moments of memory, body parts of Snuff Puppets’ giant Everybody puppet detach from its dying body and secrete. Each of these moments unsettles the boundary between puppet...

Professor Maggie Gee - Presentation 23rd May 2018 - Empathy Group

Maggie Gee
This item contains audio of the presentation by Professor Maggie Gee for the Empathy Group meeting held 23rd May 2018.

Maggie Gee has chaired the Empathy Group since it began in early 2015. She has written 14 books which include several novels about the relations between human beings and the non-human living world, like Grace, The Ice People, and Where are the Snows and The Flood (2004). Some have been direct attempts to engage the reader...

Neuroscience for Critical Consumers: a workshop for trainee teachers

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells
These slides form the central resource of a workshop for trainee teachers. Tutor notes and accompanying resources needed for the workshop are linked below.
These materials aim to give trainee teachers confidence in being able to read, understand, critique and apply relevant research to their teaching, and help to break down communication barriers between teachers and scientific researchers. This will help them support children’s learning and prepare teachers to critically evaluate the claims and packages they...

Professor Maggie Gee - Presentation 8th March 2017 - Empathy Group

Maggie Gee
This item contains audio of the presentation by Professor Maggie Gee for the Empathy Group meeting held 8th March 2017.
Maggie Gee, Professor of Creative Writing, talked about her hero Frans de Waal’s view of the many animal cognitions (which tells us human intelligence is not necessarily the apex of cognition), particularly in relation to his latest book, Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are, where he considers non-human-animal empathy and intelligence.
Meeting...

Professor Maggie Gee - Presentation 23rd May 2018 - Empathy Group

Maggie Gee
This item contains audio of the presentation by Professor Maggie Gee for the Empathy Group meeting held 23rd May 2018.

Maggie Gee has chaired the Empathy Group since it began in early 2015. She has written 14 books which include several novels about the relations between human beings and the non-human living world, like Grace, The Ice People, and Where are the Snows and The Flood (2004). Some have been direct attempts to engage the reader...

Teaching and Learning resource for trainee teachers: Retrieval Practice Version2.1

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells
This is a teaching/learning resource for trainee teachers that forms part of a workshop Critical Consumers of Neuroscience.
This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education.

Teaching and Learning resource for trainee teachers: Left brain/Right brain Version2.1

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells
This is a teaching/learning resource for trainee teachers that forms part of a workshop Critical Consumers of Neuroscience.
This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education.

Amanda Read - Presentation 23rd May 2018 - Empathy Group

Amanda Read
This item contains audio of the presentation by Amanda Read on 23rd May 2018 for the Empathy Group.

Amanda Read is a former Bath Spa MA student with a distinction in Creative Writing, and she is also a plant scientist who holds a Royal Horticultural Society Fellowship for Horticultural Taxonomy, studying plant diversity at the University of Reading, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and the Natural History Museum. She works as a programme manager of agricultural...

Teaching and Learning resource for trainee teachers: Retrieval Practice Version2.1

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells
This is a teaching/learning resource for trainee teachers that forms part of a workshop Critical Consumers of Neuroscience.
This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education.

SEND and cognitive and neuropsychology; a resource for primary initial teacher education

Kendra McMahon, Emma Arblaster & Alison Lee
This PowerPoint was designed for use in initial teacher education for primary and early years within sessions on Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND).
It introduces the concept of working memory and emphasizes how useful concepts from cognitive psychology can (and should) be embedded within a wider view of inclusion and a focus on responding to the whole child as a unique person.
This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning...

Dr Kylie Fitzpatrick - Presentation 3 May 2017 - Empathy Group - writing in the first person

Miranda Barnes
This item contains audio of the presentation by Dr Kylie Fitzpatrick on 3 May 2017 for the Empathy Group.
Novelist & lecturer Kylie Fitzpatrick on writing in the first personDr Kylie Fitzpatrick has a background in television production as a script editor and researcher in Britain, America and Australia, works as a manuscript editor and mentor, and tutors on the Creative Writing undergraduate degree course at Bath Spa University, having graduated from our own MA...

Teaching and Learning resource for trainee teachers: Science Literacy using the example of fish oils Version 1.1

Kendra McMahon & Alan Howe
This resource is used as part of a workshop introducing trainee teachers to primary science. It has a focus on explaining that scientific literacy is a key aim for science education.The resource invites trainee teachers to think critically about claims for the educational benefits of fish oil supplements.

This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education. It is one of a collection of teaching/learning resources developed to...

Teaching and Learning resource for trainee teachers: Brain Training Version2.1

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells

This is a teaching/learning resource for trainee teachers that forms part of a workshop Critical Consumers of Neuroscience.
This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education.

Teaching resource for tutors of trainee primary teachers: The brain within the whole body

Kendra McMahon & Christopher Collier
This presentation provides advice and examples from practice for tutors of primary science for trainee teachers. It shows how learning about the brain can be integrated into a workshop about body systems (nervous, cardiovascular, skeletal) so that the brain is seen as an interconnected part of the whole body.

This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education.

Amanda Read - Presentation 23rd May 2018 - Empathy Group

Amanda Read
This item contains audio of the presentation by Amanda Read on 23rd May 2018 for the Empathy Group.

Amanda Read is a former Bath Spa MA student with a distinction in Creative Writing, and she is also a plant scientist who holds a Royal Horticultural Society Fellowship for Horticultural Taxonomy, studying plant diversity at the University of Reading, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and the Natural History Museum. She works as a programme manager of agricultural...

Teaching and Learning resource for trainee teachers: Brain Training Version2.1

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells

This is a teaching/learning resource for trainee teachers that forms part of a workshop Critical Consumers of Neuroscience.
This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education.

Teaching and Learning resource for trainee teachers: Left brain/Right brain Version2.1

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells
This is a teaching/learning resource for trainee teachers that forms part of a workshop Critical Consumers of Neuroscience.
This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education.

Neuroscience for Critical Consumers: a workshop for trainee teachers

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells
These slides form the central resource of a workshop for trainee teachers. Tutor notes and accompanying resources needed for the workshop are linked below.
These materials aim to give trainee teachers confidence in being able to read, understand, critique and apply relevant research to their teaching, and help to break down communication barriers between teachers and scientific researchers. This will help them support children’s learning and prepare teachers to critically evaluate the claims and packages they...

Teaching and Learning resource for trainee teachers: Mindset Version2.1

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells
This is a teaching/learning resource for trainee teachers that forms part of a workshop Critical Consumers of Neuroscience.
This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education.

SEND and cognitive and neuropsychology; a resource for primary initial teacher education

Kendra McMahon, Emma Arblaster & Alison Lee
This PowerPoint was designed for use in initial teacher education for primary and early years within sessions on Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND).
It introduces the concept of working memory and emphasizes how useful concepts from cognitive psychology can (and should) be embedded within a wider view of inclusion and a focus on responding to the whole child as a unique person.
This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning...

Teaching and Learning resource for trainee teachers: VAK/Learning Styles Version 2.1

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells
This is a teaching/learning resource for trainee teachers that forms part of a workshop Critical Consumers of Neuroscience.
This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education.

Teaching resource for tutors of trainee primary teachers: The brain within the whole body

Kendra McMahon & Christopher Collier
This presentation provides advice and examples from practice for tutors of primary science for trainee teachers. It shows how learning about the brain can be integrated into a workshop about body systems (nervous, cardiovascular, skeletal) so that the brain is seen as an interconnected part of the whole body.

This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education.

Professor Maggie Gee - Presentation 8th March 2017 - Empathy Group

Maggie Gee
This item contains audio of the presentation by Professor Maggie Gee for the Empathy Group meeting held 8th March 2017.
Maggie Gee, Professor of Creative Writing, talked about her hero Frans de Waal’s view of the many animal cognitions (which tells us human intelligence is not necessarily the apex of cognition), particularly in relation to his latest book, Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are, where he considers non-human-animal empathy and intelligence.
Meeting...

Teaching and Learning resource for trainee teachers: VAK/Learning Styles Version 2.1

Kendra McMahon & Peter Etchells
This is a teaching/learning resource for trainee teachers that forms part of a workshop Critical Consumers of Neuroscience.
This resource is an outcome of a wider project: Enhancing the Learning Sciences in Initial Teacher Education.

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