Mrs Jacklyn Barry
Profiles

Mrs Jacklyn Barry

Plymouth Institute of Education (Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business)

Biography

Biography

Doctoral Student-  Brain-based Learning Interventions: a critical discourse analysis exploring implementation in English schools

Associate Lecturer

Research Assistant

ITE Mentor

Qualifications

MEd- Professional Development​ -with Merit- (2015) University of St Mark & St John​

Dissertation title: Raising student resilience in secondary schools: exploring implementation of school-wide learning theory  

Qualified Teacher Status (2013)​

PGCE- Secondary English –with Merit- (2013)​  University of St Mark & St John​

BA- English Literature (2007)​ University of Pennsylvania​


Teaching

Teaching

Teaching interests

Equality and justice in education

Critical pedagogies

Research methodology and methods

Research

Research

Research interests

Evidence-based teaching

Other research

Education Knowledge Transfer Project (co-funded by Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union)

Personal

Personal

Other academic activities

Speaker at BERA Annual Conference 2022, shortlisted for the ECR Presentation Award 2022

Presented at the 10th Anniversary of the South West Doctoral Training Partnership Conference, Getting Through It: uncertainty in research

Received a 'Special Commendation' in the poster competition