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Peter Sorensen

Lecturer, School of Education
Room B9 Dearing Jubilee Campus Wollaton Road Nottingham NG8 1BB UK
0115 951 4511

Research interests: 

Eesearch interests lie mainly within the field of teacher education. Much of his work has involved collaboration across HEIs both nationally and internationally.

Current work has focused on student teachers' developing understanding and teaching of the Nature of Science; collaborative approaches to professional development; use of technology by beginning teachers; the use of digital video in professional development and M level CPD.

  • SORENSEN, P., TWIDLE, J. and CHILDS, A., 2014. Collaborative approaches in Initial Teacher Education: lessons from approaches to developing student teachers’ use of the Internet in science teaching Teacher Development. 18(1), 1-16
  • SORENSEN, P., 2014. Collaboration, dialogue and expansive learning: the use of paired and multiple placements in the school practicum TATE. (In Press.)
  • BAILEY, M. and SORENSEN, P., 2013. Reclaiming the ground of master’s education for teachers: lessons to be learned from a case study of the East Midlands Masters in Teaching and Learning Journal of Education for Teaching: international research and pedagogy. 39(1), 39-59
  • SORENSEN, P., 2012. Mentoring and coaching for school teachers’ ITE and induction. In: FLETCHER, S. and MULLEN, C., eds., SAGE Handbook of Mentoring and Coaching in Education SAGE.