|Name:||Dr Claire Hawkins|
|Department:||Children, Education and Communities|
|Current position:||Senior Lecturer|
|Location:||Ormskirk Main Campus, Faculty of Education|
Claire teaches on the computing modules in the Department for Children, Education and Communities for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Prior to this Claire was a Senior Lecturer in ICT/ Computing Education for the Secondary Department, Faculty of Education. She has also held the role of Course Leader for undergraduate and postgraduate Information and Communications Technology courses with QTS*; Course Leader for the Computer Science with QTS* undergraduate course; and Year 3 Leader for the BA/ BSc (Hons) Secondary Education with QTS* programme. Claire came to Edge Hill University from teaching ICT at secondary level. Before becoming an ICT teacher, she worked in business developing and delivering services, training and consultancy.
- BSc (Hons)
- Participatory research.
Research on cyberbullying in secondary schools using youth participatory research approaches.
- CREATE Research Network
- Sensory Methods Research Group
- Beer, P., Hallett, F., Hawkins, C. and Hewitson, D. (2017) Cyberbullying levels of impact in a special school setting. The International Journal of Emotional Education, 9 (1). pp. 121-124
- Simmons, C and Hawkins, C (2015) Teaching Computing. Sage: London
- Hawkins, C. (2012) ‘Student perspectives on learning with wikis.’ Teacher Education Advancement Network: Individual Papers.
- Simmons, C and Hawkins, C (2009) Teaching ICT. Sage: London
Knowledge Transfer and Enterprise
- Hawkins, C (2018) ‘Using youth voice to construct a new definition for cyberbullying’. 10th Annual Conference for Research in Education. September 2018.
- Hawkins, C & Rawlinson, M (2008) ‘I’ve never done that before!” Embedding skills development in level 6 for non-traditional students’. 1st Widening Participation Research Centre Conference. May 2008.
- Hawkins, C & Rawlinson, M (2007) ‘If I only had the time: supporting part-time undergraduates with skills development in a busy curriculum’ CLTR Conference, Edge Hill University. Workshop. May 2007.