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Biography

Emma joined the University in 2008, having previously worked as a classroom teacher and senior leader in a range of primary schools across South-East England and also in South-East Asia. Emma was awarded Senior Fellowship of the HEA in May 2015. She has a particular interest in Quality Assurance and is the faulty representative on SADC and ARPP and a student representative on FADC. In addition, she works with the student admissions team both here in Winchester and out in the Channel Islands.

Emma works as a member of the UK Sub-Committee of the International Geographical Union and Commission for Geographical Education to promote geography education both across the UK and also internationally.

Higher Education Teaching Qualification: Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Publications

Books 

  • Catling, S.J. and Morley, E. (2015) Enquiring into primary teachers’ geographical knowledge. In: Catling, S.J. ed. Research and Debate in Primary Geography, Abingdon: Routledge. 
  • Morley, E. (2015) English primary trainee teachers’ perceptions of geography. In: Catling, S.J. ed. Research and Debate in Primary Geography. Abingdon: Routledge. 
  • Richardson, P. and Till, E, (2006), Super Schemes-Looking at Europe. Geographical Association.
  • Till, E. and Richardson, P. (2006), Super Schemes- Geography and Culture, Geographical Association.
  • Richardson, P. and Till, E. (2005), Super Schemes-Village Settlers. Geographical Association.
  • Articles Non-refereed 
  • Morley, E. (2012), Touching on Difference, Primary Geography, Vol. 79, pp. 14-15
  • Morley, E. and Sanford, A. (2012), Pupils Perspectives On Outdoor Potential, Primary Geography, Vol. 78, pp. 16-17.
  • Morley, E. (2011), Trainees Today, Teachers Tomorrow! Primary Geography, Vol. 74, pp. 15-16.
  • Peer reviewed journal articles
  • Catling, S. and Morley, E. (2013), Enquiring into primary teachers' geographical knowledge, Education 3-13, Vol. 41 (4), pp. 425-442.
  • Morley, E. ( 2012), English primary trainee teachers' perceptions of geography, International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, Vol, 21 (2) pp. 123-137.

Conferences

  • Till, E. (2016) Is there a geographical gene? Exploring teachers’ identities. Charney Manor Geography Conference, Oxford. 
  • Till, E. (2016) Exploring Teachers’ Geographical Identities: Why it matters? Paper presented at Geography Teacher Educators Annual Conference.  
  • Morey, E. (2013), Geography Teachers or Teachers of Geography: A question of identity? Charney Manor Geography Conference, Oxford.
  • Catling, S. and Morley, E. (2013), Primary ITE students’   senses of geography. Paper presented at Geographical Association Annual Conference and Exhibition, University of Derby.
  • Morley, E. (2012), English Primary Teachers' Feelings about Geography. Co-presenter. Paper presented at IGU-CGE 2012 Symposium. 
  • Morley, E. (2012), Everyday 'ethno' geography: An ITE Student Perspective. Paper presented at Geography Teacher Educators Annual Conference.
  • Morley, E. (2012), Listening to voices: a practical approach. Paper presented at Geographical Association National Conference.
    Morley, E. (2012), The geography that WE want to teach! The views of English trainee teachers. Paper presented at ICG, Down to Earth, 32nd International Geographical Congress, Cologne.
  • Morley, E. (2012), WRAP: A project which has contributed to on-going research in geograhical education. Paper presented at Charney Manor Geography Conference, Oxford.
  • Morley, E. (2011), Geography in English Schools-Misunderstood or Misrepresented? Paper presented at IGUCGE London Symposium.
    Morley, E. (2011), Learning to be Primary Geography Educators. Paper presented at Geographical Association National Conference
  • Morley, E. (2011), Learning to be Primary Geography Educators- the sequel! Paper presented at Charney Manor Research Conference, Oxford.
  • Morley, E. (2011), Learning to be Primary Geography Educators: Climbing Ben Nevis or Scaling Everest? Paper presented at Geography Teacher Educators Annual Conference.
  • Morley, E. (2010), Creative Responses to Place. Paper presented at the Geographical Association.
    Morley, E. (2010), Learning to be Primary Geography Educators. Paper presented at Primary Geography Research Conference.
  • Morley, E. (2010), Learning to be Primary Geography Educators. Paper presented at 9th International Students' Research Conference.
  • Morley, E. (2010), Learning to be Primary Geography Educators: Aspects of the Methodology. Paper presented at MA Student Conference. Practitioner Research in Education: Showcasing Dissertations.  
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