Sarah is a research fellow in CDARE where she has worked for just over one year. During this time Sarah has worked on a diverse range of evaluation projects in the areas of; mathematics education, anti-HBT bullying and outdoor education. Sarah has a particular interest in psychological outcomes in educational interventions, the promotion and benefit of non-core subjects to inclusion and well-being and the use of info-graphics to display data. Sarah also teaches on Research and Development in Educational Context modules.
- Psychological well-being
- Animal Welfare Education
- Arts and social inclusion
- Arts and Well-being
- Education and mental health
- Environmental Education
Social Sciences and Humanities
Research and Development in Educational Contexts
- SIOE research and knowledge exchange
Maxwell, B., Willis, B., Culliney, M., Coldwell, M., & Reaney, S. (2019). Formative evaluation of the Lincolnshire teaching assistants scale-up campaign. Education Endowment Foundation. https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/public/files/Campaigns/Teaching_Assistant_campaign_Lincs_final.pdf
Boylan, M., Wolstenholme, C., Maxwell, B., Demack, S., Jay, T., Reaney, S., & Adams, G. (2019). Longitudinal evaluation of the Mathematics Teacher Exchange: China-England - Final Report. Department for Education. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/evaluation-of-the-maths-teacher-exchange-china-and-england
Boylan, M., & Reaney, S. (2018). The Embodied Mathematics Project: Report. Sheffield: Sheffield Institute of Education, Sheffield Hallam University.