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ArDdysg Teacher Education Research Group

The ArDdysg Teacher Education Research Group at the Open University focuses on supporting evidence-informed practice in teacher education and professional learning. It brings together researchers with a range of educational research interests and experience. The group welcome opportunities to work with partners in schools, universities and the third sector, across Wales and further afield.

These pages provide examples of the main areas of research interest, current and recent projects and resources you may find useful. If you require any further information please contact Alison Glover.

Areas of research interest

  • Children’s Rights
  • Creative pedagogies
  • Curriculum for Wales
  • Early childhood development
  • Gender and play
  • International approaches to teacher education
  • Language acquisition
  • Learner well-being (in schools and teacher education)
  • Mathematics and Numeracy learning and teaching
  • Mentoring in teacher education
  • Science education
  • Student-centred pedagogies
  • Sustainability
  • Social equity and justice in education
  • Teacher professional identity
  • Technology in education
  • Welsh-medium education