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Dave Carr

Dave Carr

Senior Lecturer


Summary

Dave’s teaching and training experience spans 30 years, including working in a university, further education, and not-for-profit settings, together with managing his own training and consultancy business.

Dave’s EdD research focuses on the experience of career change student teachers. More generally he has particular interests in embedding technology into the classroom, informal learning experiences, and supporting learners with mental health challenges.

About

Dave’s teaching and training experience spans 30 years, including working in a university, further education, and not-for-profit settings, together with managing his own training and consultancy business.

Dave’s EdD research focuses on the experience of career change student teachers. More generally he has particular interests in embedding technology into the classroom, informal learning experiences, and supporting learners with mental health challenges.

Having left school at 16 and miraculously survived an early career as an analytical chemist, Dave is an enthusiastic educator, committed to the development of outstanding teachers, and the provision of excellent student experiences.

Dave is a Fellow of the HEA.

 

Teaching

Sheffield Institute of Education

College of Social Sciences and Arts

Subject Group or Area

Education

Course Leader for PGCE Post 16 and Further Education

Modules Taught

  • The Learner Experience (TLE)
  • Extending Teaching for Learning (ETfL)

Research

Current Research Projects:

Career change student teachers’ lived experience of preservice, post-16 Initial Teacher Education: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis

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