Mrs Margaret Jago

  • Senior Lecturer (People, Place & Social Change)

telephone: 01413303473
email: Margaret.Jago@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Research Interests

  • Art Education: why do we make art?
  • The museum as a source of learning: learning in and through the museum
  • Creativity: the creative process and the transferability of creative skills
  • Partnerships in Teacher Education: new and effective models of partnership (clinical practice)
  • Quality experiences in Teacher Education: developing effective learning experiences for teacher education students

Supervision

Supervision

  • Fiona Trainer: An Overview of Experience and Practice Related to Supporting Young People with Additional Support Needs at National 4 (Masters)
  • Hajir Al Ghazali: Effect of cultural and social environment on decision making (Masters)

Teaching

Teaching

Long history of teaching on Bachelor of Education, Honours and Post Graduate Diploma of Education

Previous Coordination and Convening Roles

BEd 4 Year Coordinator (2008 - 2013)

Established and convened BEd 4 Practitioner Enquiry (2011 - 2013)

Current Teaching

Bachelor of Education

  • BEd 3 Curriculum Developers 2: Expressing the Unseen; Interdisciplinary Learning
  • BEd 4 Art & Design Specialist Study
  • BEd 1- 4 Art & Design Generalist Study: drawing, painting, design
  • BEd 4 Practitioner Enquiry: Inclusion & Inclusive Pedagogy
  • Study Abroad; Georgia, USA 2014
  • BEd 4 School Experience

PGDE

  • Art & Design: drawing, painting, printmaking, design
  • School Experience: Partnership Model

Master of Education with Teaching Qualification

Education in Practice: The Identity of the Teacher

Journey of an Art Educator

 

 


Additional information

Additional Information

  • Programme Leader Master of Education with Teaching Qualification (2013 - present)
  • I am the Programme Leader Bachelor of Education Honours and under my leadership, the BEd Honours Programme was voted the best for Teacher Training in the United Kingdom for Session 2013/14 (2009 - present)
  • I am the Chair of MEduc/BEd Committee, a forum that is attended by MEduc & BEd student representatives, School of Education Year Coordinators, Head Teachers from across Scotland and College-wide representatives. The MEduc/BEd Committee provides a forum for students and staff to raise and to discuss stengths and points for development in relation to Programme content, structures, procedures and management (2012 - present)
  • I am the Chair and Lead of Master of Education Writing Group, a group that is currently developing a cutting-edge masters qualification for teacher educators, in line with Scottish Government recommendations to make teaching a Masters profession (2013 - present)
  • In 2010 I worked in collaboration with a colleague to establish a new model of school experience; The Partnership Model of Teacher Education. This model is now Glasgow University's preferred model of TE and similar models have been adopted in other HE institutions.
  • External Examiner on Educational Enhancement Panel: St. Mary's University College, Queen's University Belfast (December 2014)
  • In line with Glasgow University's strategic vision for the promotion of international collaboration, I organised and led a 3 week summer school for 10, BEd 3 teacher education students to Georgia University, Athens, USA (August/September 2014)
  • I am currently writing my doctoral thesis; Accessing Other Worlds: Engaging Art
  • I have enjoyed a long-standing collaboration with Glasgow Museums, resulting in 2 major Museum Education conferences and continued museum education provision
  • I am currently working with Glasgow University's Hunterian Museum staff to develop a new Masters in Museum Education the first of its kind in Scotland

Academic and professional body membership

  • Member of The School of Education's Board of Academic Studies (2013 - present)
  • Member of The School of Education Undergraduate Committee (2011 - present)
  • Member of Glasgow University's Academic Regulations Sub-Committee (2013 - present)
  • Member of National Society for Education, Art & Design (NSEAD) (2002 - present)
  • General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) (1995 - present)

Conference Proceedings

  • March 2010 Leeds Trinity University College: Joint presentation with Head of Education at Glasgow Museums: Forming and Sustaining Partnerships
  • STEC 2011 Stirling University: The Partnership Model of Teacher Education
  • SERA 2013 University of Glasgow: Clinical approaches to school experience during initial teacher education: the student experience
  • May 2014 Artevelde University, Ghent: Quality Assurance in Teacher Education, European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP). Sole representative from Scottish universities

Publications

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2018

Boland, M., Jago, M. and Macdonald, J. (2018) Teaching for creativity and creative teaching. In: Carroll, M. and McCulloch, M. (eds.) Understanding Teaching and Learning in Primary Education. 2nd Edition. SAGE Publications Ltd: London, pp. 236-250. ISBN 9781526421173

2014

Boland, M., Jago, M. and Macdonald, J. (2014) Teaching for creativity and creative teaching. In: Carroll, M. and McCulloch, M. (eds.) Understanding Teaching and Learning in Primary Education. SAGE: London, pp. 206-219. ISBN 9781446254820

2013

Wilson, D., Jago, M. and Elliot, D. (2013) Clinical approaches to school experience during initial teacher education: the student experience. Researching Education Bulletin(5), pp. 25-28.

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Articles

Wilson, D., Jago, M. and Elliot, D. (2013) Clinical approaches to school experience during initial teacher education: the student experience. Researching Education Bulletin(5), pp. 25-28.

Book Sections

Boland, M., Jago, M. and Macdonald, J. (2018) Teaching for creativity and creative teaching. In: Carroll, M. and McCulloch, M. (eds.) Understanding Teaching and Learning in Primary Education. 2nd Edition. SAGE Publications Ltd: London, pp. 236-250. ISBN 9781526421173

Boland, M., Jago, M. and Macdonald, J. (2014) Teaching for creativity and creative teaching. In: Carroll, M. and McCulloch, M. (eds.) Understanding Teaching and Learning in Primary Education. SAGE: London, pp. 206-219. ISBN 9781446254820

This list was generated on Mon Jun 17 19:39:11 2019 BST.