Ms Cath Camps
Conference Papers / Publications
‘White-tigers – Cornish Identity and Cornish nationalism within Education in Cornwall’. Discourse, Power, Resistance Conference. University of Plymouth. 5-7/4/04
‘We are Celts! How does defining ourselves as Celts impact on our professional practice?’ Discussion paper delivered Celtic Education Research Network Conference. Institute of Cornish Studies/ University of Colorado (Boulder). Truro. 8-10.9.06
’Cornwall: its place in the University of Plymouth’ Joint presentation with Andy Lancaster delivered at the 5th VC’s Teaching and Learning Conference. University of Plymouth. 28.6.07.
‘Educators, Curriculum and Cornish Identity’. Seminar given to the Cornish Research Network 10.1.08. County Hall, Truro
‘Attitudes to Language and Culture in the teaching profession in the South West of Britain’. Presentation of report to Cornish Language Partnership Conference. Lostwithiel 29.1.09
‘Assigning copyright: An exploration of the ways in which CAVA interviews have been used within Foundation Degree Programmes delivered at Truro College’. Paper delivered at the Cornish Audio Visual Archive annual conference. 25.06.09
‘Gatekeepers and Licensers’: exploring aspects of curricula change in 21st Century Cornwall.’ Paper delivered at the International Bernstein Symposium. Brisbane. July 2010
‘An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Teaching Observation Models in ITT (PCET)’Research team member of DfES funded research .2006.
‘Attitudes to Language and Culture in the teaching profession in the South West of Britain’. Research funded by the Cornish Language Partnership and presented in June 2008.