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School of Education

Mr Richard Tynan

Mr Richard Tynan

Telephone: 0151 231 4644

Publications

Highlighted publications

Tynan RJ, Jones RB. 2018. Assessing trainee secondary teachers on school placement: Subject knowledge and overall teaching grades. Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal,

Tynan RJ, Jones RB, Mallaburn A, Clays K. 2016. Subject knowledge enhancement courses for creating new chemistry and physics teachers: the students’ perceptions School Science Review, 98 :109-114

Tynan RJ, Mallaburn A. 2016. Assessing teachers in training: Towards understanding and achieving consistency across ITT/E partnerships. Eighth Annual Conference for Research in Education: Values in Education

Tynan RJ. 2016. Consistency counts LJMU School of Education Partnership Conference

Tynan RJ. 2016. Working towards evidence based practice in science teaching and learning.

Tynan RJ. 2016. Assessing trainee teachers on placement: is there any consistency? 7th TEAN Conference: Cultivating Learning

Tynan RJ, Mallaburn A, Jones R, Clays K. 2014. Subject knowledge enhancement (SKE) courses for creating new chemistry and physics teachers: do they work? School Science Review, :85-94

Inglis M, Mallaburn A, Tynan R, Clays K, Jones R. 2013. Insights from a Subject Knowledge Enhancement Course for Creating New Chemistry and Physics Teachers School Science Review, 94 :101-107

Tynan RJ, Mallaburn A. Consistency counts- or does it? Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal, 9

Clays K, Tynan R, Mallaburn A, Jones RB. Science education in the UK – a journey First Pedagogical Conference between LJMU and City Unity College, Athens

Journal Articles

Tynan RJ, Jones RB. 2018. Assessing trainee secondary teachers on school placement: Subject knowledge and overall teaching grades. Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal,

Tynan RJ, Jones RB, Mallaburn A, Clays K. 2016. Subject knowledge enhancement courses for creating new chemistry and physics teachers: the students’ perceptions School Science Review, 98 :109-114

Tynan RJ, Mallaburn A, Jones R, Clays K. 2014. Subject knowledge enhancement (SKE) courses for creating new chemistry and physics teachers: do they work? School Science Review, :85-94

Inglis M, Mallaburn A, Tynan R, Clays K, Jones R. 2013. Insights from a Subject Knowledge Enhancement Course for Creating New Chemistry and Physics Teachers School Science Review, 94 :101-107

Tynan RJ, Mallaburn A. Consistency counts- or does it? Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal, 9

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Tynan RJ. 2016. Working towards evidence based practice in science teaching and learning School Science Review, RearchEd Cheshire 361 :109-115

Tynan RJ, Mallaburn A. 2016. Assessing teachers in training: Towards understanding and achieving consistency across ITT/E partnerships. Eighth Annual Conference for Research in Education: Values in Education

Tynan RJ. 2016. Consistency counts LJMU School of Education Partnership Conference

Tynan RJ. 2016. Assessing trainee teachers on placement: is there any consistency? 7th TEAN Conference: Cultivating Learning

Clays K, Tynan R, Mallaburn A, Jones RB. Science education in the UK – a journey First Pedagogical Conference between LJMU and City Unity College, Athens

Tynan RJ, Tynan RJ. Out of school learning in science Association for Science Education Conference 2012

Internet Publications

Tynan RJ. 2016. Working towards evidence based practice in science teaching and learning.

Engagement & Impact

Fellowships:

Fellowship title: FHEA, Organisation: Higher Education Academy

Membership of professional bodies:

Member, Association for Science Education, http://www.ase.org.uk/home/

Member, Royal Society of Biology, https://www.rsb.org.uk/