Jannette Elwood

    Jannette Elwood

    Dean of Graduate Studies

    Phone: +44 (0)28 9097 5967, +44 (0)28 9097 3791

    For media contact email comms.office@qub.ac.uk
    or call +44(0)2890 973091.

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    Research Interests

    I am  Dean of Graduate Studies in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and Professor of Education in the School of Social Sciences Education and Social Work.  My areas of research expertise are in the social constructions and consequences of tests, examinations and assessment practices, especially their interaction with gender and their impact on children and young people.  I have extensive experience in conducting educational research projects with schools, colleges, examination bodies and policy agencies for a range of funders (academic, government and charities). I have worked with Head Teachers, staff and students, LEA advisors and governing bodies across all UK jurisdictions (England, NI, Wales and Scotland) as well as similar bodies in Ireland. I am  currently working with a European consortium of teacher agencies and ministries of education investigating the policy implementation of digital formative assessment in secondary classrooms in 5 European jurisdictions (Estonia, Finland, Greece, Spain and Portugal).  I am currently President of the Association of Educational Assessment Europe (2018-2020) as well as an Elected Fellow and an executive editor of Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice published by Taylor and Francis. 

    Teaching

    Assessment  and Testing: Concepts and Issues (Doctoral)

    Assessment Issues for Teaching and Learning in Classrooms (Masters)

    PGCE Educational Studies Tutorials

    Doctoral and Masters supervision

    Achievements

    President: Association of Educational Assessment-Europe 2018-2020 

    https://www.aea-europe.net/

    Expert Panel Member for Teaching, Learning and Assessment 
    Research Council of Norway 
    UTDANNING 2020 Education Research Programme 



    Willingness to take PhD students

    Yes

    PhD projects

    Open to PhD applications in the fields of:

    - Educational assessment
    - Gender and achievement
    - Inequalities in educational achievement
    - Assessment policy reform and implementation
    - Single-sex and mixed-sex schooling
    - Gender and education

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