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Elizabeth Hidson, Dr

Senior Lecturer at University of Sunderland

Dr Elizabeth Hidson’s education career began with teaching computing, then school senior leadership and strategic regional secondments. After 14 years in secondary schools, she moved into higher education. She has been a researcher on a range of international educational technology research projects as well as teaching on PGCE, MA and doctoral training courses at Durham University and Newcastle University. In 2018 she joined the International Initial Teacher Training Team at The University of Sunderland. She is now the programme leader for the UK-based blended learning SCITT PgCert Education course and module leader for an M-Level school-based research module on the PGCE Education and PGCE Education with iQTS courses, delivered via distance learning to over 500 students around the world each year. Elizabeth’s research interests include digital tools for reflective practice. Elizabeth continues to combine practitioner research and dissemination with her commitment to teacher education.

Elizabeth Hidson's contributions

Ethics and Practitioner Research

20 Apr 2023 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

While BERA guidelines for ethical research do exist, it is acknowledged that the application of the guidelines is not always simple and straightforward. This event is an opportunity to discuss how...

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