Tim Rutter

Name: Tim Rutter
Department: Professional Learning, Secondary and Further Education
Current position: Senior Lecturer Professional Learning
Email: ruttert@edgehill.ac.uk
Location: Ormskirk Main Campus, Faculty of Education

Biography

Teaching:

  • Senior Lecturer – Professional Development, Edge Hill University
  • Professional Development Manager, South Cheshire College
  • Head of Business, IT and Professional Studies, Halton College

Qualifications:

  • MSc. Education Leadership, Manchester Metropolitan University
  • PG Dip. Education Studies, Manchester Metropolitan University
  • (PG) Diploma Training Leadership & Management, CIPD
  • Cert Ed: FE, Manchester Metropolitan University

Research:

Research Interests:

  • Education Leadership and Management
  • Impact of Professional Learning

Published work:

Rutter, T., Edwards, R. and Dean, P. (2016). Exploratory Talk and Learning – The Ground Rules, Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal, University of Cumbria, Vol 8(1) pages 22-32

Rutter, T., Edwards, R. and Dean, P. (2014) What does the research say? Pupil to Pupil Exploratory Talk. EHU SCaTE Occasional Papers

Rutter, T., and Sweeney, L. (2013), Developing parental partnerships: Whose school is it anyway?, Leadership in Focus, (Summer), 2013

Rutter, T., and Edgar, C. (2013) Teachers to leaders, nature, nurture or just accident? Leadership in Focus, (Autumn), 2013

Rutter, T., Hennessy, P. (2010) Primary principals in the UK: waving or drowning?, Leadership in Focus, No 18 (Winter), 32 – 35

Rutter, T., Wells, D., Professional Development, making an impact or wishful thinking? An impact evaluation, Paper for the BERA Annual Conference 2009, British Educational Research Association, Manchester, Manchester University, 6 pages

Groves, R., Hallett, F., Jones, M., Rutter, T. (2005) Continuing Professional Development: Exploring the Impact on Teachers’ Professional Practice and Pupil Learning, paper for the BERA Annual Conference 2005, Manchester

Foster, R., Jones, M., Parker, G., Rutter, T., Straker, K., Groves, J. (2004) How do Mentors Know What They Know? An Investigation into Mentors’ Professional Knowledge Base, British Educational Research Association Conference

Knowledge Transfer and Enterprise:

Conference Presentations:

Rutter, T., Lewis C., and Hooson, R.A., –  Do SCITT trainees use research informed practice in the classroom? 7th Teacher Education Advancement Network (TEAN) Conference May 2016

Rutter, T. Exploratory Talk and Learning – The Ground Rules, 6th Teacher Education Advancement Network (TEAN) Conference May 2015

Rutter, T., Edwards, R. and Dean, P.  Who’s that talking in my class: What does research say about pupil to pupil exploratory talk that leads to learning? BERA Annual Conference 2014, British Educational Research Association, London, Institute of Education

Rutter, T., Edwards, R. and Dean, P. (2013) Who’s that talking in my class: What does research say about pupil to pupil exploratory talk that leads to learning? 5th Annual Education Research Conference, Edge Hill University

Rutter, T., Wells, D., Professional Development, Making an impact or wishful thinking? An impact evaluation, Paper for the BERA Annual Conference 2009, British Educational Research Association, Manchester, Manchester University, 6 pages

Groves, R., Hallett, F., Jones, M., Rutter, T. (2005) Continuing Professional Development: Exploring the Impact on Teachers’ Professional Practice and Pupil Learning, paper for the BERA Annual Conference 2005, Manchester

Rutter, T. (2004) Work-Based Learning, Professional Development and Accreditation, Cheshire Local Authority Continuing Professional Development Conference

Foster, R., Jones, M., Parker, G., Rutter, T., Straker, K., Groves, J. (2004) How do Mentors Know What They Know? An Investigation into Mentors’ Professional Knowledge Base, British Educational Research Association Conference