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Biography

Charlotte Hathaway (formerly Slade) is currently a Senior Lecturer in Teacher Development (Physical Education) and teaches Educational Studies on both the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Initial Teacher Education courses. As well as her teaching commitments, Charlotte delivers extensive Teacher Development in primary schools around Hampshire, the southwest and London on behalf of the University and The National Dance Teachers Association.

Alongside her role at Winchester, Charlotte is also a Research Associate for the Centre for Creativity, Sustainability and Educational Futures group at the University of Exeter. Since 2012, she has worked on numerous European-funded projects including CREAT-IT (Implementing creative strategies into Science teaching) and the follow-up project CREATIONS (Developing an engaging Science classroom). She has also worked as a freelance researcher and evaluated projects for Laban and the Siobhan Davies Dance Company. She graduated from the University of Exeter in 2013 with a Master's in Creative Arts Education and is currently studying for a Master's in Educational Research Methods at the University of Winchester. She plans to develop her research further into a PhD.

Charlotte has presented her projects at local, national and international conferences. In 2015, Charlotte was awarded funding from the University Council for the Education of Teachers to attend a professional development course at the University of Harvard in Boston.

Areas of expertise

  • Creativity
  • Interdisciplinary Learning
  • Dance Education
  • Gymnastic Curriculum

Publications

  • Chappell, K. & Hathaway, C. (in press) Creativity and Dance, in: The Oxford Research Encyclopaedia of Education.
  • Chappell, K; Slade, C; Hennessy, S; Greenwood, M & Black, A. 2015. CREAT-IT: a new pedagogical framework for partnering the arts and science in science education. International Journal of Science Education. (under review)
  • Slade, C. and Chappell, K. (2016) Next Choreography: transformative potential for young people in choreographic practice, daCi proceedings (read it online)

Conferences

  • 2016 Attendee: British Education Research Association. STEAM Education and Inclusion: Connecting Practice, Research and Theory. [University of Cambridge]
  • 2016 Presenter: British Education Research Association. Activity in Science Education BERA Research Commissions. [Warwick University]
  • 2016 Attendee: National Dance Teachers Association. Delivering Dance at Key Stage 3 Creative Responses to the National Curriculum. [Rambert Dance Company, London]
  • 2015 Presenter: World Congress of Dance and the Child International. Next Choreography: transformative potential for young people in interdisciplinary choreographic practice. [University of Copenhagen, Denmark]
  • 2015 Presenter: British Education Research Association Annual Conference. Getting STEAMed up? Focusing research for creative pedagogies in, and across, the arts and sciences. [Queen's University of Belfast]
  • 2015 Attendee: 6th Teacher Education Advancement Network Annual Conference. Knowing about Teaching. [University of Cumbria]
  • 2015 Attendee: British Education Research Association and Association for Primary Education. Creativity in the Primary Curriculum. [Open University, London]
  • 2015 Attendee: National Centre for Research Methods. Methods for Studying Creativity: Ahead of the Curve. [University of Southampton]
  • 2015 Attendee: National Dance Teachers Association Annual Conference. Celebrating the past and shaping the future: Championing dance in schools. [Trinity Laban, London]
  • 2014 Attendee: National Dance Teachers Association Annual Conference. Pedagogy, Partnership and Practice: A future for dance education. [Birmingham Orniston Academy]
  • 2014 Presenter: British Education Research Association Annual Conference. CREAT - IT: a new pedagogical framework for partnering the arts and science in science education. [Institute of Education]
  • 2013 Presenter: National Dance Teachers Association Annual Conference. To risk or not to risk: A study on creative risk taking in the dance classroom. [Trinity Laban, London]
  • 2012 Attendee: National Dance Teachers Association Annual Conference. Making It Happen – the future of dance for children and young people. [Royal Opera House, London]
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