Attainment, Well-being and Identity: A Student Perspective on Setting.

As we explained in an earlier post, one of us (Jessica Mason – @DrofletJess) runs a final year undergraduate module at Sheffield Hallam University, exploring all things English education with students, some of whom intend to pursue a career in the teaching profession, others of whom are just academically interested. You may have followed some… Continue reading Attainment, Well-being and Identity: A Student Perspective on Setting.

A Boy and His Books: The Power of Reading for Pleasure

One of us (Jessica Mason – @DrofletJess) runs a final year undergraduate module at Sheffield Hallam University, exploring all things English education with students, some of whom intend to pursue a career in the teaching profession, others of whom are just academically interested. Some have a background in pure language and linguistics, others in literature,… Continue reading A Boy and His Books: The Power of Reading for Pleasure

‘Why aren’t we watering the concrete? The value of linguistics and critical pedagogy to the teacher’, by @EGH324 student Isobel Wood

One of us (@DrofletJess) has been running a third year undergraduate module exploring current research and debates around English Education this semester at the University of Sheffield, UK. We felt that some of the students’ submissions would be of huge value and interest to the wider English Education community and as such we are featuring… Continue reading ‘Why aren’t we watering the concrete? The value of linguistics and critical pedagogy to the teacher’, by @EGH324 student Isobel Wood

‘You’re an English student who doesn’t read?’ by @EGH324 student Kathryn Jamshidi

This university semester one of us (Jess Mason – @DrofletJess) has been running a third year undergraduate module at the University of Sheffield called Language and Literature in the Classroom: you can see live tweets from the lectures at @EGH324. The module is a research-driven exploration of current issues and debates in English education. For… Continue reading ‘You’re an English student who doesn’t read?’ by @EGH324 student Kathryn Jamshidi