Mrs Eve English
Eve English, a former headteacher, is a Literacy lecturer on the PGCE (Primary) course and the BA (QTS) course including the specialist English module. For the last three years she has been part of the team from Durham University Education Department working with colleagues in Lesotho (from the National University of Lesotho and the Lesotho College of Education) on aspects of curriculum development for effective and relevant teacher education in Lesotho.
She is currently working on a digital storytelling project in schools throughout the north-east.
- E. English & J. Williamson (2005). Meeting the Standards in Primary English. Routledge-Falmer.
- E. English & L. Newton (2005). Professional Studies in the Primary School. David Fulton.
- E. English, J. Hislam & L. Hargreaves (2003). Can we talk about that later? The tensions and conflicts of teaching interactively in the literacy hour. In Interactive teaching in the primary school. Digging deeper into meanings. J. Moyles, L. Hargreaves, R. Merry, F. Paterson & V. Esarte-Sarries Buckingham: Open University Press. 155-170.
Journal papers: academic
- Riddick, B. & English, E. (2006). Meeting the Standards? Dyslexic students and the selection process for initial teacher training. European Journal of Teacher Education 29(2): 203-222.
- E. English & J. Machin (2005). Environmental Story Sacks. Education 3-13 33(2): 9-14.
- E. English, L. Hargreaves & J. Hislam (2002). Pedagogical Dilemmas in the National Literacy Strategy: primary teachers' perceptions, reflections and classroom behaviour. Cambridge Journal of Education 32(1): 9-26.
- E. English (2001). Teaching for Understanding: Curriculum Guidance for the Foundation Stage. Evaluation and Research in Education 15(3): 197-204.