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Steve Puttick, Dr

Associate Professor of Teacher Education at University of Oxford

Steve Puttick is associate professor of teacher education at the University of Oxford, and fellow of St Anne’s College. He is subject lead for the Geography PGCE and MSc Learning Teaching. Steve is a qualified geography teacher and was previously the head of department at a comprehensive secondary school, and head of programmes at Bishop Grosseteste University. He holds an MA in Educational Leadership and Innovation from Warwick University, an MSc in Educational Research Methodology and DPhil in Education from the University of Oxford which were funded by an ESRC Studentship. He is a senior fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He researches at the intersection between the academic discipline and school subject of geography, including recent work on Climate Change Education Futures in India funded by GCRF in collaboration with colleagues at IISER, Pune, and on the role of cultural heritage in curriculum making in Kolkata. Steve serves on the editorial board of the journal Geography, and is chair of the Geography Education Research Collective (GEReCo/IGU-CGE).

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