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Keriegreen

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Qualifications

PhD – Representation Theory of Finite Groups
BSc (Hons) Chemical Physics – First Class
PGCE Further and Higher Education
Qualified Teacher Status

About

Kerie taught mathematics and statistics in Secondary Schools and in the Further Education sector before being appointed as a Senior Lecturer at Newport University in 1994. Currently, as an Academic Leader, she provides academic leadership and management for secondary initial teacher training. She has undertaken a range of research projects in the fields of on-line subject knowledge auditing, personal and professional development and technology enhanced teaching practice in Higher Education through real-time feedback on learning and has presented her work at both national and international conferences. She is Chair of the Teacher Training and Education Recruitment Forum for Wales, a group that co-ordinates recruitment activity between Higher Education providers to allow for collaboration in marketing and information provision for people thinking of a career in teaching and in the field of education. In 2011, she received the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence.

Publications

Green, K. Representation Theory of Finite Groups. PhD thesis, University of Kent (1976)
Boyle, L. L. Green, K. The Representation Groups and Projective Representations of the Point Groups and their Applications. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Vol. 288, No. 1351 (Feb. 14, 1978), pp. 237-269
Boyle, L. L. Green, K. Studies in some Physically-relevant Representation Groups. Lecture Notes in Physics. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg Vol. 9, 1977
Longman, D., Jones, L., Green, K. and Kurzik, B. Auditing and Assessing Subject Knowledge in Initial Teacher Training Using Online Methods, Newport CELT Journal, 1, 2008. (http://celt.newport.ac.uk/journal)
Longman, D., Green, K., Jones, L., Kurzik, B. Developing Teachers of Tomorrow: Embedding Knowledge Audits in Personal Development Planning Newport CELT Journal, 2, 2009. (http://celt.newport.ac.uk/journal)
Conference presentation: “Developing Electronic Audits for Primary ITT Students” with B. Kurzik. Newport Learning and Teching Conference, University of Wales Newport, June 2004
Conference presentation: “Auditing Subject Knowledge and Basic Skills in ITT using Online Methods” with D. Longman, L. Jones and B. Kurzik. Newport Learning and Teaching Conference, University of Wales Newport, 11th June 2007
Symposium presentation: “Auditing Subject Knowledge in Initial Teacher Training using Online Methods” with D. Longman, L. Jones, and B. Kurzik. 4th Annual ESCalate ITE Conference – Innovation and Development in Initial Teacher Education, University of Cumbria, Carlisle 16th May 2008
Conference presentation: “Developing Teachers of Tomorrow: Embedding Online Tools for Professional Development” with D. Longman, L. Jones and B. Kurzik. Newport Nexus Conference, University of Wales Newport, 15th -16th June 2009
Conference presentation: Developing Teachers of Tomorrow: “Online Tools for Personal Monitoring and Tracking of Professional Development in Teacher Education” with D. Longman, L. Jones and B. Kurzik. 5th Annual ESCalate ITE Conference: Initial Teacher Education -Towards a New Era 15th May 2009
Roundtable Discussion: “Digital Enlightenment: Transformation of Learning, Thinking and Creating” with D. Longman. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) Annual Conference, Ryerson University, Toronto. 23rd-26th June 2010
Roundtable Discussion: “International Scholarship in Transforming Teaching”. Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) Annual Conference, University of Wales, Newport. 14th January 2011
Pugh, C and Green, K. 2011 Case Study: Maths at Work http://www.hestem.ac.uk/activity/maths-work-day-5
Conference presentation: “Polling learning: technology supported formative assessment” with D. Longman, BERA Annual Conference 6-8th September 2011, Institute of Education, London
Conference presentation: “Technology supported formative assessment in secondary teacher training” with D. Longman, 3rd Teacher Education Advancement Network Annual Conference May 2012, University of Cumbria
Conference presentation: “Maths at Work” with Ceri Pugh, National HE STEM Outreach May 2012, University of Swansea
Conference presentation: “Polling Learning: Technology Enhanced Teaching Practice in Higher Education through Real-time feedback on learning” with David Longman, 8th International Conference on Education, 5th-7th July 2012, Research and Training Institute of East Aegean, Samos. Paper will be submitted to the Journal of Social Sciences. At: http://www.scipub.org/thescipub.com/instructions_jsssp
Conference presentation: “Technology supported numeracy and literacy enhancement workshops for trainee teachers” with David Longman, 4th Teacher Education Advancement Network Annual Conference May 2013; Birmingham. Published at www.cumbria.ac.uk/teanconference2013
Longman, D. & Green, K. (2013) “Technology-supported literacy and numeracy enhancement workshops for trainee teachers”. Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal, 5, 3, (2013), 27-38

Memberships

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Chair Teacher Training and Education Recruitment Forum for Wales
Member – Mathematics Association
Member – Welsh Association of Lecturers of Mathematics
Member – Universities Council for Education and Training (UCET) Secondary ITT
Member – UCET Cymru Secondary ITT
Member – Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (Canada)
Member – General Teaching Council for Wales

Research

Mathematics and Mathematics Education
Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching
Personal Development Planning
International Student Experience

Grants Awarded:

4 University CELT Learning and Teaching Awards
HE STEM Award for Maths at Work

Research Degree Examiner Appointments:

External Examiner BEd (Hons) Primary Mathematics (Malaysia) University of Hertfordshire 2006-2010

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