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Uso da música na promoção de relações saudáveis

Com Jane Tarr e Nick Clough, 17de fevereiro

Uso da Música na promoção de relações saudáveis em contextos socioeducativos

17 de fevereiro, 9h30-17h30, sala 44, ESMAE


Dr. Jane Tarr


PhD Parental & Professional Knowledge of child with special needs MA Arts Inclusion Project - mainstream/special schools working together B Ed QTS Primary early years / Special education. MSC in Music Therapy Piano - grade 8; flute - grade 8.


Work Experience with Children and Young People

10 years teaching in 3 different special schools class and music teacher; 7 years led Arts Inclusion Project for mainstream and special schools; 2 years working as music therapist at Novalis Trust and Catchpoint.


Governor / Trustee Experience

Governor for Bristol primary school; Chair of governors Bristol special school Trustee for Cotswold Chine Home-School; Chair of Trustees for Novalis Trust


Experience in Higher Education

Principal lecturer for 10 years; senior lecturer for 12 years at UWE Bristol Lecturer in learners with special needs, safeguarding, multi agency working, inclusive education, arts education

Programme Leader - FdA, BA Hons Education in Professional Practice, MA CPD Scheme Director - professional development for teachers, teaching assistants Associate Head of Department Education/Early Childhood Studies - Programme development, quality assurance.


Sample of Professional Development Projects

Multi Agency Working' TDA Research Project resulted in website http://www.uwe.ac.uk/elearning/edu/maw Educational Opportunities for students aged 19-25 years leaving special school: developing provision in local FE colleges building on young people, professional and parental views about current opportunities.

Co-leader of Community Initiated Rural Libraries in Zimbabwe (1999 ongoing) Researcher and trainer on ERASMUS + LINK Project 2015-2017


Sample of publications

Diverse perspectives on inclusive school communities (book with Diana Tsokova) Routledge 2011

What we tell them is not what they hear: the importance of appropriate and effective communication to sustain parental engagement with Davies J and Ryan J in International Journal about Parents in Education, 2011 (5) 2

Safeguarding / Multi Agency Working (book chapters in Working withYoung People & Families) Learning Matters



Dr. Nick Clough


Education Doctorate: Community Praxis in Rural Zimbabwe; MA: Education in Urban Areas; PGCE: Distinctions in Theory and Practice, BA Hons Classics


Teaching Experience (compulsory sector)

10 years Primary teaching, 4 years Special Education


 Teacher Education Experience

3 Years Local Authority Advisory Teaching 22 Years teaching in Higher Education:13 yrs Principal Lecturer


Sample of Roles in Higher Education

8 Years Leading Primary Undergraduate Initial Teacher Education Programme; 6 Years Chair of Faculty Board (Elected Post) with responsibility for QA in Education Department; 4 Years Director of Initial Teacher Education: 2 OFSTED grades 'Outstanding' Capacity to Improve


Sample of Professional Development Projects

Co-leader of Community Initiated Rural Libraries in Zimbabwe Project (1999 ongoing); 2 Years action research with National Strategies / TDA 'Talk for Learning in Mathematics (ITE); Co-ordinator of the ERASMUS + LINK Project 2015-2017 (€202,000)


Chair of Governing Body (Inner Urban Primary)

3 Years leading school to from 'Serious Weakness' to OFSTED Grade of 'An Improving School'


Sample of Publications

Children as Citizens: Education for Participation (With Cathie Holden) Jessica Kingsley; Education for Citizenship: Ideas into Action, (With Cathie Holden) Routledge


Sample of European Projects

Leader of Citizenship Education in Teacher Training (5 HEIs): Latvia, TEMPUS (4 years); 14 consecutive successful applications for ERASMUS Intensive Programmes (Fields of Citizenship, ESD, ICD, Education Support) generating approx 1000,000 Euros