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Research Profile

Dr Alexandra Morgan 


Publications

Morgan, A. and Siraj-Blatchford, J. (2013) Using ICT to develop Language and extend thinking in the Early Years. Routledge: London (In Prep).

Morgan, A. Kyriacou, M. and Siraj-Blatchford, J. (2013) A pragmatic cluster Randomised Control Trial of an intervention using Information and Communications Technology to promote Sustained Shared Thinking in the Early Years (In Prep).

Morgan, A and Siraj-Blatchford, J. (2013) ICT in the Early Years: Parents and Practitioners in Partnership 2nd Edition. Mark Allen Press: London (In Press) .

Morgan, A. and Waters, J. (2012) Key Issues for the Foundation Phase in Wales.  Early Education Journal. Spring pp 5-7

Morgan, A. (2010). Interactive whiteboards and play in the classroom with children aged 3-7 years. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal 18 (1) pp 93–104

Maynard, T., Morgan, A., Waters, J. and Williams, J. (2010) The Teaching and Learning Research Programme in Wales: The Foundation Phase. WAG

Morgan, A. (2010) Role-play and ICT. Early Education Journal. Spring pp 5-6

Morgan, A. and Siraj-Blatchford, J. (2010) Using ICT in the Early Years. Teaching solutions: Melbourne.

Morgan, A. and Siraj-Blatchford, J. (2009) ICT in the Early Years: Parents and Practitioners in Partnership. Mark Allen Press: London.

Kennewell, S., Tanner, H., Beauchamp G., Parkinson, J., Jones, S. Meiring, L., Norman, N., Morgan, A. and Thomas, G. (2009). ICT and interactive teaching. Welsh Journal of Education 14 (2) 29-44.

Morgan, A. (2007) ‘Using video-stimulated recall to understand young children’s perceptions of learning in classroom settings’, European Early Childhood Education Research Journal. 15 (2) pp 213-226.

Kennewell, S. and Morgan, A. (2006) Factors influencing learning through play in ICT settings, Computers and Education, 46(3), 256-279.

Morgan, A. and Kennewell, S. (2006) Primary teachers’ views on play as a medium for developing ICT capability – a divergence of personal philosophy and practice, Technology, Pedagogy and Education 15 (3) 307-320.

Morgan, A., and Kennewell, S. (2005) The role of play in the pedagogy of ICT, Education and Information Technologies, 10 (3), 177–188.

 

Conference Papers

Morgan, A,  Kyriacou, M, Siraj-Blatchford, J and Siraj –Blatchford, I. (2011)  Using ICT to support sustained shared thinking in the Early Years. Presentation for the British Educational Research Association Conference, London, UK 5th-10th September.

Morgan, A,  Kyriacou, M, Siraj-Blatchford, J and Siraj –Blatchford, I. (2010)  Sustained shared thinking with ICT in the Early Years. Presentation for the European Association for Research into Learning and Instruction, Lucerne, Switzerland 23rd-25th August.

Morgan, A. (2008). Interactive whiteboards and play in the classroom with children aged 3-7 years.  Paper presentation for the 18th EECERA Annual conference; Stavanger, Norway. 3rd-7th September.

Learners' Voice Conference (2006). Children as Researchers: Affordances and Constraints. Open University: 11th November 2006.

Morgan A. (2006). Using video-stimulated recall to understand young children’s perceptions of learning in classroom settings  Paper presentation to the 16th annual EECERA conference Reykjavik, Iceland: September.

Kennewell, S. Tanner, H. and Morgan, A.  (2005). Interactivity in teaching and learning : what is it and how it  is  affected by the use of ICT?, at ESRC/TLRP Conference, Warwick: November 2005.

Morgan, A. (2005). Play, interactivity and ICT in the Foundation Phase, at BERA, University of Glamorgan: September.

Morgan, A. and Kennewell, S. (2005). Factors influencing learning through play in ICT settings  at CAL ’05 Virtual Learning, University of Bristol:  December.

Morgan, A (2005). Digital Childhoods, at the 7th International Early Years Conference Warwick University: April.

Morgan, A. (2004). Student teachers’ experiences and attitudes towards using interactive whiteboards in the teaching and learning of young children, a two year study at BERA Manchester: September.

Morgan, A. and Kennewell, S. (2004). The role of play in the pedagogy of ICT, to the International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP The 2004 conference focused on Learning for 21st century: What really matters?) Budapest University: July.

Morgan, A. and Kennewell, S. (2003). Student teachers’ attitudes towards play as a medium for developing competences with new technologies, at Information Technology in Teacher Education research seminar, Churchill College Cambridge: December.

Kennewell, S. and Morgan, A. (2003). Student teachers’ experiences and attitudes towards using interactive whiteboards in the teaching and learning of young childre’.  In Young children and learning technologies, eds. Wright, J., McDougall, A., Murnane, J. and Lowe, J., Sydney: Australian Computer Society. 71-76.