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Richard Pountney, Dr

Principal Lecturer for Curriculum Studies at Sheffield Hallam University

Richard is a principal lecturer for curriculum studies and leads the knowledge in education research group in the Sheffield Institute of Education at Sheffield Hallam University. He is a senior fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA). Richard has taught for over 40 years, with 25 years’ experience in HE as a teacher educator. In 2005 he was awarded a Teacher Fellowship by the university for excellence in learning and teaching. He currently teaches curriculum design and innovation on the MA Education. He has extensive project management experience and leads the online Mentoring Practice Enhancement Programme for teachers and has worked with the Chartered College of Teaching on the Chartered Teacher Mentoring programme.

He researches the curriculum and teachers’ professional knowledge for curriculum making, and he supervises postgraduate research in the curriculum. As a director and trustee of a multi-academy trust, and chair of the trust’s curriculum committee, he advises schools on developing the curriculum. He has held the post of external examiner for postgraduate programmes in education at the Open University since 2018. Richard is an international research associate of the Knowledge in Education Unit at Auckland University, and the LCT Centre for Knowledge Building at Sydney University.

Richard Pountney's contributions

Who Owns the Curriculum Now?

This episode of the BERA Podcast explores the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the Curriculum, including the structures involved; and the responses being made.

Podcast15 Jul 2020

BERA SIG Convenors

2020 Newsletters BERA SIG Convenor Newsletter – November BERA SIG Convenor Newsletter – October BERA SIG Convenor Newsletter – September BERA SIG Convenor Newsletter – September BERA SIG...

British Curriculum Forum

The British Curriculum Forum aims to bring together all those with an interest in collaborative curriculum, research and development. Through events, awards and grants, the BCF supports...

Community

Curriculum, Assessment and Pedagogy

The aim of the Curriculum, Assessment and Pedagogy (CAP) SIG is to encourage and support research and other scholarly activity in the inter-related areas of curriculum, assessment and pedagogy...

Special Interest Group