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Dr Neil Ingram

Dr Neil Ingram

Dr Neil Ingram
BSc (Wolv), PhD (Birm), PGCE (Cantab)

Senior Lecturer in Science Education (Biology)

Office Room 3.04
Helen Wodehouse Building,
35 Berkeley Square, Clifton BS8 1JA
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+44 (0) 117 331 4445

Summary

  • SPINE

    project, looking at the impact of the national Form II biology examination on the people of Zanzibar.

  • S-TEAM

    project. Working with Sibel Erduran to develop argumentation as a support for 'How Science Works.

  • Member of Getting Practical development team.

  • Lead co-ordinator of e-Scapes, Hewlett Packard Catalyst initiative for Pedagogy 3.0.

Biography

Neil Ingram has taught Biology, Psychology and ICT in a range of secondary schools, most recently at Clifton College, Bristol, where he was Head of Science.  He is the author and co-author of a number of important textbooks for secondary Biology teaching, often in collaboration with the Nuffield Curriculum Trust.  He joined the Graduate School in September 2008 as the senior biologist on the Science PGCE course.  He is currently co-ordinating the PGCE Science course with sixty students.

Teaching

Keywords

  • biology
  • psychology
  • science education
  • schools
  • teaching process

Memberships

Organisations

School of Education

Recent publications

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