Dr Lee Hazeldine


NameDr Lee Hazeldine
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool of Humanities and Education Studies

Research outputs

Semiosis, hybridity, and the mediated mind

Hazeldine, L. 2023. Semiosis, hybridity, and the mediated mind . in: Khine, M. S. (ed.) New Directions in Rhizomatic Learning: From Poststructural Thinking to Nomadic Pedagogy Oxon Routledge.

Nurturing epistemic agency through interdisciplinary enquiry

Hazeldine, L. and Thomas, C. 2023. Nurturing epistemic agency through interdisciplinary enquiry. Impact: Journal of the Chartered College of Teaching. (18).

Shattering the subject silo: Radical curriculum transformation and enhanced insight through co-created research

Lawson, F. and Hazeldine, L. 2019. Shattering the subject silo: Radical curriculum transformation and enhanced insight through co-created research.

The epistemic insight digest: Issue 3: Autumn 2021

Pickard, Angela, Hazeldine, Lee, Thompson, Caitlin, Lam, Holly and Briscoe, Liseli Shalet, Dani (ed.) 2021. The epistemic insight digest: Issue 3: Autumn 2021. Canterbury Canterbury Christ Church University.

Doing participatory research within diverse locations: conducting collaborative enquiry into complex environments using digital technology

Hazeldine, L. and Beighton, C. 2021. Doing participatory research within diverse locations: conducting collaborative enquiry into complex environments using digital technology. SAGE.

Using digital strategies for primary learning

Hazeldine, L. 2020. Using digital strategies for primary learning. in: Bower, V. (ed.) Debates in primary education

Shattering the subject silos: learning about big questions and epistemic insights

Billingsley, B. and Hazeldine, L. 2020. Shattering the subject silos: learning about big questions and epistemic insights. Impact: Journal of the Chartered College of Teaching. Summer (Issue 9).

Harnessing mobile devices for field trips: enhancing learning through digital technology

Hazeldine, L. and Walker, C. 2019. Harnessing mobile devices for field trips: enhancing learning through digital technology. Teaching Geography. 44 (2), pp. 75-77.

Flexible autonomy: how online resources and live tutorials have been used successfully to develop and enhance subject knowledge in trainee teachers

Yardley, F., Hazeldine, L. and Shearman, J. 2019. Flexible autonomy: how online resources and live tutorials have been used successfully to develop and enhance subject knowledge in trainee teachers. Impact: Journal of the Chartered College of Teaching.

Analysing multimodal data in complex social spaces

Hazeldine, L., Beighton, C. and Hazeldine, G. 2019. Analysing multimodal data in complex social spaces. SAGE.

Flexible autonomy: an online approach to developing mathematics subject knowledge for teachers

Hazeldine, L., Shearman, J. and Yardley, F. 2018. Flexible autonomy: an online approach to developing mathematics subject knowledge for teachers. British Congress of Mathematics Education.
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