Dr Anne-Louise Temple Clothier, Senior Lecturer

Dr Anne-Louise Temple Clothier

Senior Lecturer

Anne has worked in education for over 25 years. Since joining the university in 2005 her contributions to innovative curriculum design have been recognised with Teacher Fellow status within Leeds Beckett University, and Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.

Anne has successfully led and managed Course Development Teams and made a significant contribution to the effective curriculum development, and innovative course delivery, across the university. Her current focus is Course Leading the MA Education, and the Carnegie Co-creation Project. Whilst supervising several PhD And EdD research projects, she also Module Leads postgraduate subjects including Coaching and Mentoring, and Educational Perspectives.

Current Teaching

Anne currently supervises PhD and EdD Doctoral research across the university and is Course Leader for the MA Education. She founded the Carnegie Co-creation Project in 2016 and continues to work with students and a range of external specialists to add value to Community Investment Companies and local primary schools within the region.

Research Interests

Anne completed her Doctorate in Higher Education at Sheffield University (2016) creating Ecological Positioning as a conceptual framework for the analysis of the revised ‘internal careers’ experienced by higher education teaching practitioners undertaking the journey to the Doctorate in Education.

She is a sociologist of education, with a commitment to equality, diversity, and inclusive education. Her research interests are founded on social enterprise, grass roots frugal innovation, and community engagement. Current qualitative and narrative research explores using co-creation, and pedagogic diversity, to challenge the stratification of higher education. Anne is an expert reviewer for The Journal of Education for Teaching, The Journal of Further and Higher Education, and BioMed Central Medical Education.

Dr Anne-Louise Temple Clothier, Senior Lecturer

Selected Outputs

  • Temple Clothier A-L (2019) Grassroots Projects and Social Inclusion: Using Surplus Food to Facilitate Education, Reduce Deprivation and Achieve Sustainable Development. In: Papa R ed. Handbook on Promoting Social Justice in Education. Springer,

  • Rushton I; Temple Clothier A (2014) Selecting Appropriate Content. In: Ashmore L; Robinson D ed. Learning, Teaching and Development: Strategies for Action. London: Sage, pp. 70-98.

  • Temple Clothier A-L (2019) Frugal Innovation: Challenginng Austerity in Primary Schools. In: Leeds Beckett University, 2 September 2019, Leeds Beckett University.

  • Temple Clothier A-L; Atkinson N (2018) Using hydroponic and aquaponic units to facilitate learning, and sustainable development, amongst KS2 learners in a sample of schools in Yorkshire. In: Research and Enterprise Conference, 27 June 2018, Leeds Beckett Univeristy.

  • temple clothier A; matheson D (2017) Food for thought: Moving from andragogy to heutagogy. In: RICHES, 13 September 2017, Leeds Beckett University.

  • Temple Clothier A (2017) Social Innovation and Education. Bridging the Gap through Social Enterprise. In: Bridging the Gap through Social Enterprise. Centre for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Studies, 14 February 2017, Leeds University.

  • Temple Clothier A (2016) The Reference List in Context. In: Doctoral Academy Conference, Sheffield, UK.

  • Temple Clothier A (2016) Ways in which undertaking an EdD impacted on the Professional Development of a sample of Experienced Teaching Practitioners in Higher Education. In: Doctoral Academy Conference, Sheffield, UK.

  • Temple Clothier A (2015) Presenting ‘Ecological Positioning’ as framework for conceptual analysis. In: Third Student Conference. Sheffield University, 3 June 2015 - 4 June 2015, Sheffield University.

  • Temple Clothier A (2015) Quest, Questions and Qualification: Change management and the impact on the ‘internal career’. In: The Local, National and Global in Higher Education Conference. Sheffield University., 14 February 2015 - 16 February 2015, Sheffield Univeristy.

  • Temple Clothier A (2013) Knocking on the gatekeeper's door: the challenges, frustrations and achievements of negotiating access to research participants in doctoral level research. In: BERA (British Educational Research Association) Annual Conference, 3 September 2013 - 5 September 2013, University of Sussex.

  • Temple Clothier A (2013) The Map is Not the Territory. In: Consortium for PCET Annual Conference 2013 in association with Teacher Education in Lifelong Learning (TELL) "Policy directions in Teacher Education and Professional Development: implications for FE and Skills practitioners after de-regulation", University of Huddersfield.

  • Temple Clothier A (2013) Metaphorical Metamorphosis: A reflection on one years personal and professional development. In: Researching education in the 21st century: new directions, innovations and challenges, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds.

  • Temple Clothier A (2000) The Relationship Between Motivation and Appraisal for Lecturers. In: EVORA Conference, 22 October 2000 - 27 October 2000, Portugal.

  • Temple Clothier A-L (2018) Community, commonality and creativity; Social Innovation and Education.

  • Temple Clothier A (1997) Changing Face of Business.

  • Temple Clothier A (1995) Survival Skills for Lecturers.

  • Temple Clothier A; Burden T (2000) Evaluation of INTEGRA - Community Initiatives Targeting Disadvantaged Communities [Online]. Policy Research Institute and School of Professional Education and Development, Leeds Metropolitan University: CHOICES II ESF EMPLOYMENT Dossier No: 987115 UK8.

  • Temple Clothier A (2017) An exploration of professional learning, and revised ‘internal careers’ experienced by higher education teaching practitioners undertaking the journey to the Doctorate in Education. [PhD Thesis].

  • Temple Clothier A-L; Temple Clothier A-L (2020) Man, I feel like a woman! A reflection on the gendered implications of living through lockdown.

  • Temple Clothier A; Matheson D (2020) A Consideration of the Benefits of Using Co-creation Projects, as an Alternative Placement, to Mentor Students and integrate them into the University.

  • Nguyen T; Temple Clothier A; Lofthouse R; Crooks V; Beastall L; Macdonald-Brown A; Oberholzer L; Pumo M; Korreck J; Hollis G (2019) CollectivED Working Papers.

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  • Nguyen T; Temple Clothier A (2019) Peer Learning Facilitates Inclusion of International Students in Higher Education. A research working paper.