Research at Leeds Beckett
About Nick Mitchell
Nick Mitchell is an SEN specialist, leading and developing face to face and online courses for the domestic and international education workforce.
Nick leads the Masters in SEN, National Award in SEN Coordination and the new CertHE/Advanced Diploma in SEN courses. His main concern currently lies in developing new ways to deliver online learning to students.
Nick supervises MIS and PhD students in SEN. His other research interest is the use of video in professional development.
MA in Education (SEN), Postgraduate Certtificate in SEN Coordination, Autism: Understanding and best practice.
Nick is currently researching the use of the IRIS system in the UK and comparisons with the he Néopass system in France.
Journal articles (2)
- Mitchell N; Hobson AJ (2011), The influence of prior experience on research participants' perspectives: A research agenda. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, vol. 6 (1), p. 83-84.
- Mitchell N; Marsh B; Hobson AJ; Sorensen P (2010), 'Bringing theory to life': Findings from an evaluation of the use of interactive video within an initial teacher preparation programme. Teacher Development, vol. 14 (1), p. 15-27.
- Mitchell N; Pearson J (2012) Inquiring in the classroom: Asking the Questions that Matter About Teaching and Learning. . London: Continuum.
- Mitchell N; Hobson A (2012) Participants' Experiences of Educational Research and the Dilemmas of Ethical Guidance. In: Mitchell N; Hobson A Paradigms and Research of Education Practice. Los Angeles: Department of Education Antioch University, pp. 95-110.