Liverpool Skylilne

School of Education

Michael Elliott

Biography

Michael is a former secondary Science teacher, having trained for a PGCE at Liverpool Hope University in 2013/14. He later completed a Masters in Research in Education & Society at Liverpool John Moores University and continued his studies to doctoral level.

Michael also works for the educational research journal 'PRISM: Casting New Light on Learning, Theory & Practice' as an Associate Editor.

Degrees

2018, Liverpool John Moores University, England, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Education
2015, Liverpool John Moores University, England, Masters in Research (MRes): Education & Society (Masters Distinction)
2014, Liverpool Hope University, England, Post Graduate Certificate in Education with Sciences - Biology, Secondary Level (Masters Disctinction)
2009, Queens University of Belfast, Northern Ireland, BSc Psychology, Second Class Honours, First Division (2:1)

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

'Working the "stuck places" of ethics in ethnography', Annual Ethnography Symposium, Copenhagen Business School & University of Liverpool (, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark, Oral presentation 29/08/2018

‘The Rhizome: Re-thinking thought in post-structuralist educational research’, London Centre for Social Studies (LCSS) PhD Methodology Conference, London Centre for Social Studies, London, Oral presentation 15/06/2017

‘The Rhizome: Re-thinking thought in post-structuralist educational research’, Liverpool John Moores University, Faculty of Education, Health & Community - Research Café, Avril Robarts Library, LJMU, Liverpool, Oral presentation 17/05/2017

Qualitative Data Analysis:… the 'dark arts', BERA/SERA: Data Analysis in Educational Research: Triumphs, troubles and dilemmas, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Oral presentation 30/09/2016

Higher education as ‘marketplace’: how prospective students and their parents negotiate this terrain, Liverpool John Moores University, Faculty of Education, Health & Community Annual Conference. Theme: 'Organic Collaborations', Titanic Hotel, Liverpool, Poster presentation 21/06/2016

Conference organisation:

'Liverpool John Moores University Graduate School Conference 2017' Theme: Resilience, Faculty of Education, Health & Community Student Representative Member of Organizing Committee Chair of Parallel Session - Theme: 'The Mid-PhD Slump' PhD Student Poster Judge

Faculty of Education, Health and Community PhD/Doctoral Study Group - in partnership with Dr. Jo Frankham, Co-Founder & Organizer

Liverpool John Moores University, Faculty of Education, Health & Community ‘Festival of Research’ 2017, Panel Discussion Contributor & Presenter: ‘Ethnography Workshop’ Co-organizer of Panel Group Discussion

Editorial boards:

'PRISM: Casting New Light on Learning, Theory and Practice', Associate Editor/Peer-Reviewer, http://prism-journal.blackburn.ac.uk/

Teaching qualification:

Post Graduate Certificate of education - Secondary Level (Sciences: Biology)