I have used mixed methods to understand research engagement in England’s ‘Evidence-informed Teaching Profession’. Data from a survey (n=109), interviews (n=6) and case studies (n=3) have led to an understanding of evidence-informed teaching as a trio of research-engagement activities. On a basic level, school teachers engage strategies based upon evidence from a variety of sources. Some actively engage with research and some engage in their own research of different forms.
2015, University of Glasgow, UK, MEd
2008, University of Leeds, United Kingdom, Bachelor of Arts
PhD Scholarship Student, Education, Liverpool John Moores University, 2015 - 2019
Jackson RM. It’s not rocket science - it’s more complex than that!
Engagement & Impact
PRISM, Associate Editor and Social Media Monitor, http://prism-journal.blackburn.ac.uk/rachel-jackson/
Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Advance HE
Membership of professional bodies:
Lead Advocate for the North West, Chartered College of Teaching, https://chartered.college/spread-the-word
Other invited event:
Education Symposium: creating a world class teaching system, House of Commons, Westminster, Shadow Minister for Schools, Mike Kane MP, hosted a symposium in conjunction with Manchester Metropolitan University to discuss innovations in teacher education.