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Convenor

Kerry Chappell, Asssociate Professor

Associate Professor at University of Exeter

Dr Kerry Chappell is a senior lecturer in the Graduate School of Education at Exeter University, where she leads the MA creative arts in education programme. She also leads the Creativity and Emergent Educational-futures Network, within which her research focusses on creativity in education, specifically in dance/arts and transdisciplinary settings. Kerry is currently principal investigator on the EU-funded SciCulture project, which is applying creative pedagogies for transdisciplinary arts/sciences/business intensives within European HE institutions. She is also co-investigator on the EU-funded Oceans Connections project, bringing together creative pedagogy, virtual reality, augmented reality, the sciences and arts to teach Ocean literacy in schools. She is investigating creative dance and health methodologies with colleagues from Dance in Devon and Trinity Laban Conservatoire (Wellcome Trust funded). She is also currently leading an ESRC-funded impact project developing a Science-Arts Creative Pedagogy Resource for schools. All of Kerry’s academic work is informed by her ongoing practice as a dance artist with Devon-based Dancelab Collective, and she is a trustee of Dance in Devon.

Kerry Chappell's contributions

SIG Forum Meeting – Creativities in Education

Join the Creativities in Education SIG annual meeting to network with colleagues, learn about the activities of the SIG over the last year and plans for 2023 This meeting will be hosted online,...

Past event1 Nov 2022

SIG Forum Meeting – Creativities in Education

Join the Creativities in Education SIG annual meeting to network with colleagues, learn about the activities of the SIG over the last year and plans for 2022 This meeting will be hosted on Zoom,...

Past event19 Jul 2022

BERA SIG Convenors

Welcome to the page with information for all our SIG Convenors. You will find here the ‘SIG handbook’ which gives all the details about how SIGs operate within BERA’s structures and will...