Senior lecturer, University of Cambridge

Paul Warwick is engaged in a range of research and teaching activities in the Faculty of Education that link directly with his interests in dialogue in teaching and learning, primary science education, the uses of IT in teaching and learning and the professional development of trainee and beginning teachers. His research has focused on the assessment of oracy skills, the role of the interactive whiteboard in dialogic classroom pedagogy, the development of teacher learning through lesson study and young pupils' developing understanding of the scientific approach to enquiry. He has an interest in classroom assessment practices and the development of teachers as reflective practitioners, in particular the ways in which beginning teachers create and sustain a professional identity.

Paul is a member of Early Years and Primary Masters PGCE team, focusing on courses in Science, Computing and ICT, and Researching Practice. He is Chair of Examiners for the PGCE, runs the Men's Support Group and has responsibility for managing the use of the course learning platform on the course. He makes contributions to various Masters courses and has led a range of professional development workshops in the UK, Europe and Southern Africa.

Paul is a member of the editorial board of Reflective Teaching, external examiner for Primary PGCE at York St. Johns and a Bye-Fellow at Homerton College.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior lecturer, University of Cambridge