Dr Kieran Hodgkin

 

​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​Position:​Lecturer in Educational Studies
​School:​Cardiff School of Education
​E-mail:khodgkin@cardiffmet.ac.uk
​ Telephone:​029 2020 5597
​Room No:D017

 

Publications

Peer-refereed Journals:

HODGKIN, K., FLEMING, S., BEAUCHAMP, G. and BRYANT, A. (2016) ‘We thought you were undercover, here to inspect us’ – some of the challenges of ethnographic fieldwork in schools’, Wales Journal of Education, 18(2), pp.105-109.

HODGKIN, K., FLEMING, S., BEAUCHAMP, G. and BRYANT, A. (2013) Perception to Reality: Pupils’ expectations and experiences of the primary-secondary school transition. Educational Futures, 6(1), 28-40.

Professional / Non-refereed Publications:
HODGKIN, K. (2012) Children in Transition: An ethnographic study of primary-secondary schooling. Cardiff Metropolitan Postgraduate Research Review Publication 2012.

Conference Papers:
HODGKIN, K. (2013) Perception to Reality: Pupils’ expectations and experiences of the primary-secondary transition. BESA Conference: Swansea University.

HODGKIN, K. (2012) Using ethnography as a research tool - lessons for researchers from a primary – secondary school study in Wales’ - Cardiff Metropolitan Research Seminar Series: Cardiff Metropolitan University.

HODGKIN, K. and BEAUCHAMP, G. (2012) Using ethnography as a research tool - lessons for researchers from a primary – secondary school study in Wales. BESA Conference: Hull University.

HODGKIN, K. (2012) Schooling, Physical Education and the Primary-Secondary Transition – An Ethnographic Study. Making the most of PE conference: Vale of Glamorgan Hotel.

HODGKIN, K. (2012) Schooling, Physical Education and the Primary-Secondary Transition – An Ethnographic Study.Cardiff Metropolitan University Poster Symposium: Cardiff Metropolitan University.

HODGKIN, K. (2012) Schooling, Physical Education and the Primary-Secondary Transition – An Ethnographic Study: Collaborative Video Conference: Cardiff Metropolitan University.          
      
Book Chapters:
Beauchamp, G. Wilkinson, S. Hodgkin, K. and Pickford, A. (2017) Growing up in the 21st Century, in, Brown, Z. and Ward, S. (ed.) Contemporary Issues in Childhood: A bio-ecological approach. London: Routledge.

Projects

Title of Project ​Funding Body ​Role
Primary PGCE students’ confidence and motivation to teach PE: Implications for pupils’ physical literacy. ​Sport Wales Team member
​Transition between primary and secondary school to maximise opportunities for more able young people from disadvantaged homes and communities.​EAS​Team member

Further Information

Post Graduate Research Supervision:
Fiona Diffey
PhD Supervisor 

Mapping the Physical Literacy journey of Initial Teacher Training (ITT) students during their Post Graduate Teacher Training Year and the impact ITT students have on the journey of the primary pupils they teach. Co-supervised by Professor Gary Beauchamp and Dr Kevin Morgan.

Samuel Harrison
MPhil/PhD Supervisor

Who does it better? A Comparative Investigation into Sport Coaches and Educational Practitioners Reflective Practices. Co-supervised by Dr. Andy Miles

Julian Symes
MPhil/PhD Director of Studies

Developing a Humanistic Approach to Improve Undergraduate Student Engagement. Co-supervised by Dr Steve Cooper

Sally Bethell
EdD

Co supervised by Dr. Steve Cooper and Dr. Anna Bryant.
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