Past fellows and projects

Ann Creed, Workers’ Educational Association

Independent Consultant working with
Workers’ Educational Association

Ann Creed is an experienced researcher with strong roots in community education. She describes herself as ‘an enthusiastic advocate of lifelong learning who has seen the positive impact learning can have on individuals, families and communities’. Recently this has included working as part of the national quality team for the Workers’ Educational Association and undertaking field research in India for Seva Mandir, an educational charity.

Her research examines how different leadership styles and behaviours affect the attitudes and wellbeing of part-time teachers in outreach locations – and what impact this has on the quality of teaching, learning and assessment.

Ann Creed: Fellow 2015
Ann Creed: Fellow 2015
2016
‘It’s that two-way process isn’t it?’ Perceptions of leadership behaviour by Further Education and Skills teachers employed part-time to work in outreach locations.
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