Writing the City: Developing Interdisciplinarity in Teacher Education

By Sasha Matthewman and John William Morgan.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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The disciplines of Geography and English might seem poles apart but in this workshop we would like to work on the common ground between them.

Keywords: Geography, English, Ecocriticism, Interdisciplinarity, Teacher Education

The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 4, pp.135-142. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.745MB).

Ms. Sasha Matthewman

Sasha Matthewman is Lecturer in Education at the University of Bristol where she leads the initial teacher training programme for English and teaches on the MSc in Education, Technology and Society. She was the coordinator of the English team on the ESRC funded InterActive Education Project (University of Bristol 2000- 2003). Her research interests are in literacy and technology and English and the environment.

Dr. John William Morgan

John Morgan is Senior Researcher at Futurelab, Bristol where he is director of Enquiring Minds, a project which seeks to rethink the curriculum to take account of pupils’ interests as researchers. Until last year, he ran the University of Bristol’s initial teacher training course for geography. His interests are in critical pedagogy and social and cultural geography. He is co-author of Teaching School Subjects: Geography 11-19.


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