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Convenor

Victoria Kinsella, Dr

Senior Research fellow in Education at Birmingham City University

Dr. Victoria Kinsella is Senior Research Fellow in Education at Birmingham City University. Victoria has researched widely in the field of the arts education and creativity. She has worked on a number of creative arts research projects in various contexts including schools, prisons, galleries, arts centres and with educational agencies. Prior to her academic studies she worked as a teacher in UK secondary schools. Her research interests include the exploration of creative teaching and learning and how we might foster these approaches within educational contexts. She is also interested in the use of cultural historical activity theory for the analysis of learning within creative spaces.

Victoria teaches across a wide range of educational programmes at Birmingham City University at postgraduate level and supervises a large cohort of doctoral students. She is senior fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Victoria Kinsella'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...

Creativities in Education

This SIG offers a space for researchers, policy makers and practitioners located in a wide variety of settings, to discuss and interact on matters of interest pertinent to creativity in education....

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