Paul Campbell

Doctor of Education (EdD) Student - Year 4

School of Education

Research Title: 'Collaboration - the ubiquitous panacea for challenges in education.'

Paul Campbell

Paul is in Year 4 of 5 of the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) programme at the School of Education, University of Glasgow where he is researching collaboration for school and system-wide improvement. Paul is co-coordinator of the Educational Leadership Network for the International Congress for School Effectivness and Improvement (ICSEI). He also sits on the International Committee of the International Professional Development Association (IPDA). Paul is also on the editorial review team for the Management in Education journal and ICSEI publications. 

Paul, originally from Scotland, was awarded a Bachelor of Education in Primary Education with First Class Honours (B.Ed. (Hons)) from the University of Strathclyde in 2012, and a Master of Education (M.Ed.) entitled 'Teacher Agency in Education Policy Development' from the University of Strathclyde in 2015. Paul taught in schools in Glasgow as a primary teacher across the primary age range, in Australia as a Literacy Specialist Teacher, in Barcelona as an Early Years teacher and Department Head, and as a Lead Teacher in Hong Kong. 

Paul is currently a Lead Teacher at ESF Sha Tin Junior School. This is part of the English Schools Foundation (ESF), which with 22 schools is the largest English-medium international education provider in Hong Kong. Paul also serves as Vice-Chair of the education policy advisory committee to the ESF Board and as Co-Chair of the Maths Curriculum group.

p.campbell.3@research.gla.ac.uk

Twitter: @PCampbell91

Conference

  • Presentations at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI) International Congress in Stavanger, Norway, January 2019.
    Title: ‘Collaborative Approaches to Tackling Challenges in Education.’
    Title: ‘Educational Leadership – Working with complexity.’
    Title: ‘Leadership in Early Childhood and Primary Education in Hong Kong.’
    Title: ‘Achieving Equity and Excellence: using Bourdieu’s concepts of habitus and cultural capital to critically examine the poverty related attainment gap in Scotland.’

  • Panel discussions and contributions at the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI) International Congress in Stavanger, Norway, January 2019.
    Title: ‘Special Parallel Session - Leadership’ - with Andy Hargreaves, Paul Campbell, Lorna Earl, Judy Halbert, Yngve Lindvig, and Tone Guldahl.
    Title: ‘Leadership in Early Childhood Education and Care: Context, Challenges, and Future.’

  • Presentation at Dean Park Primary School for Primary and Secondary Senior Leaders in Edinburgh, December 2018
    Title: ‘Collaborative Approaches to Leading Teaching and Learning.’

  • Presentations at the British Educational Leadership, Management, and Administration Society (BELMAS) International Conference in Windsor, UK, July 2018.
    Title: ‘Collaborative Approaches to Leading Teaching and Learning.’
    Title: ‘Leading and Sustaining Educational Change: an example from the primary school.’
    Title: ‘Achieving Equity and Excellence: using Bourdieu’s concepts of habitus and cultural capital to critically examine the poverty related attainment gap in Scotland.’

  • Presentation at the 21st Century Learning International Conference in Hong Kong, 19th January 2018.
    Title: ‘Leading and Sustaining Educational Change: Developing mastery in Primary Mathematics.’

  • Presentation at the Dean Park Primary School Pupil Equity Funding (PEF) Seminar for Primary Senior Leaders in Edinburgh, December 2017
    Title: ‘Raising attainment in Primary Mathematics: pedagogy, curriculum and the pursuit of mastery.’

  • Speech and Award at the British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS) International Conference in Stratford-on-Avon, UK, July 2017
    Reflective Practice Award – Awarded to those in leadership roles in schools, colleges and universities who are able to demonstrate leadership of an innovation in an educational setting which has made a significant contribution to the development of an organisation.

  • Presentation and workshop at the Practical Pedagogies Conference in Toulouse, October 2016
    Title: ‘Development Mastery in Early Years and Primary Mathematics’

  • Speech and Panel Discussion at the Westminster Education Forum in London, April 26th 2016
    Title: ‘Embedding digital technologies and innovative teaching practices in the classroom: latest thinking and policy options.’

  • Presentation and workshop at the International Congress on the teaching of English (EICE) in Valencia, May 4th 2016
    Title: ‘Digital Literacies in the Early Years: pedagogical decision making and cultural change.’

  • Presentation at the International Congress on School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI) in Glasgow, January 6th 2016
    Title: ‘Teacher Agency and Education Policy Development.’
    This paper was awarded the ‘Best Paper’ prize from the Scottish Educational Review.

 

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