Find out how one primary teacher tackles her Masters practitioner research by shooting video of her own class as she researches creativity and pupil voice and gets tutor feedback. At Lindale Primary School in Cumbria, Catherine Bradder has been engaged in practitioner research for her Masters level module at Cumbria University. In her research, the use of video is sustained and woven into the delivery of lessons so that it becomes part of the creative learning process. Introducing a new creative approach to her teaching, she has allowed her pupils the freedom to choose how to organise the classroom and how they want to learn. Dr Pete Boyd and Lindale headteacher Angie Leonard join Catherine to assess the research so far and discuss what impact the new approach had on pupil attitudes and performance.
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