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Aimee Quickfall

Bishop Grosseteste University

Dr Aimee Quickfall is head of programmes for primary and early years initial teacher education at Bishop Grosseteste University. She was a primary and early years teacher for 15 years and loves helping others to achieve their dream of being a life-changing teacher; her trainees are some of the loveliest people on Earth. Aimee’s current research interests are the experiences of teachers who are also mothers, wellbeing and workload for teachers, and teacher trainees and the experiences of students on her programmes. Her most frequently used methodologies/methods are narrative and feminist approaches, life-history interviews and discourse analysis.

Aimee Quickfall's contributions

BERA Conference 2022

University of Liverpool

BERA 2022 Welcome A Welcome from Professor Mhairi C Beaton, Conference and Events Committee Chair As I begin to write this welcome text to our 2022 BERA Annual Conference, my thoughts have...

Upcoming conference

Student and Teacher Wellbeing

Registration for this event has now closed, please if you'd like to register. Link to event recording #BERA_Wellbeing Online event – pre-registration essential The...

Past event27 Jul 2020

Student and Teacher Well-being

The wellbeing of students and teachers is now an educational policy priority. Increasingly, teachers are held responsible for the wellbeing of their students and school managers are expected to...

Video27 Jul 2020