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ACRE 2024: Conference Posters

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posted on 2024-06-19, 13:17 authored by Anna Wooley, Claire Wicher, Christina Rimmer, Blessing Patrick, Silvia Cont, Nathan Workman, Danielle Byatte, Kellyann Stephen, Naomi HodgsonNaomi Hodgson, Marlena ChrostowskaMarlena Chrostowska

The 2024 Annual Conference for Research in Education (ACRE), 'The purpose, politics, and prospects of higher education', at Edge Hill University from 26th-28th June 2024, offers a forum for exploring and questioning policies and practices that shape higher education today, and the future prospects of the sector.

The posters presented here are:

  • Danielle Byatte (Edge Hill University): Visual Literacy: A tool to develop academic participation within Education and lifelong applications.
  • Silvia Cont (Liverpool John Moores University): ITE trainee teachers’ experiences of Forest School Training Level 1: suggestions improvement and policies development.
  • Blessing Ogechukwu Patrick (Edge Hill University): The Role of Students' Perception of Internationalization of Higher Education (IoHE) in Mitigating Culture Shock for International Students.
  • Christina Rimmer (Edge Hill University): Exploring Mental Health: The Experiences of Higher Education Students.
  • Kellyann Stephen (Edge Hill University): Can co-creation using interactive learning tools (ILT) enhance student engagement in HE? A small-scale pedagogic research study using mixed method questionnaires.
  • Claire Wicher (Edge Hill University): Using co-design to conduct equitable research.
  • Anna Wooley (Edge Hill University): "I’m doing what I can with what I’ve got" - Staff perceptions of support for students with care experience in Higher Education.
  • Nathan Workman (University of Bath & Wenzhou Kean University): Access and opportunity: How Socio-economic Factors Influence the Challenges and Barriers Faced by Prospective International Students.


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