Collaborations

2017-2019 Higher Education Funding Council for England: Maximising Student Success through the Development of Self-Regulation; Naomi Winstone, Carol Evans, and Annie Hughes.

2017-2019 The Leverhulme Trust: Cognitive Biases in the Recipience of Past- and Future-Oriented Feedback; Naomi Winstone and Robert Nash.

2017-2018 Staff and Educational Development Association: Bridging the Gap: the construction of shared meaning through feedback; Alexandra Grandison and Emma Medland, Christine Rivers, Fiona Tomkinson.

2016-present Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD): Development of the conceptual framework and assessments of global competence for PISA 2018; Martyn Barrett

2016-2018: Higher Education Funding Council for England: Feedback Footprints: Using Learning Analytics to Support Student Learning From, and Engagement With, Feedback; Naomi Winstone.

2016-2018: Society for Research into Higher Education: How are Cultures of Feedback Practice Shaped by Accountability and Quality Assurance Agendas?; Naomi Winstone.

2014-present Education Department, Council of Europe: Autobiography of Intercultural Encounters through the Internet; Martyn Barrett

2016-present Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD): Development of the conceptual framework and assessments of global competence for PISA 2018; Martyn Barrett

2014-2017 The Leverhulme Trust: Children's Reasoning about Peer Rejection based on Status; Harriet Tenenbaum, Patrick Leman, Professor Melanie Killen, Ffion Jones, Ana Aznar and Rachel Duthie.

2013-present Education Department, Council of Europe: Competences for Democratic Culture; Martyn Barrett

2013-2016 The Leverhulme Trust: The role of motor abilities in the development of typical and atypical social behaviour; Hayley Leonard, Emma Sumner and Elisabeth Hill.

2013-2015 The British Academy / The Leverhulme Trust: Effects of the social environment on infant motor development; Hayley Leonard and Elisabeth Hill.

2012-2015 Economic and Social Research Council: The Role of Vicarious Learning in Preventing and Treating Children's Fears; Chris Askew and Andy Field.

2012-2017 The Waterloo Foundation: Executive functioning in children with Developmental Coordination Disorder; Hayley Leonard, Marialivia Bernard, Lucy Henry, Nicola Botting and Elisabeth Hill.

2012-2017 European Research Council: The Origin and Impact of Colour Categories in Language and Thought; Alexandra Grandison, Paul Sowden and Anna Franklin.

Lower limb angular kinematics of individuals with and without Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) whilst walking on level terrain. Judith Gentle, Anna Barnett and Kate Wilmut. This project uses 3D motion capture to investigate walking kinematics of children and adults with and without DCD.

The role of coordinated movement on perceived social communicative intentions. Judith Gentle, Aliah Shaheen and Darren Tunstall. This project uses 3D motion capture to explore the perceptions of social competence that typically developing adults have of adults with and without DCD.

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