After several years working as a Key Stage Two teacher, I joined the teaching team at MMU in 2008, as a senior lecturer. The majority of my work here has been in Teacher Education. I teach across several programmes within the Faculty of Education, including initial teacher education and professional development. My management responsibilities have included unit, cohort and course leadership. I currently help manage our Professional Development Programme.
My research activity includes work aiming to explore the relationship between students' writing and their development as professionals. My general research and theoretical interests include, but are not limited to; post-structuralism, feminism, new-materialism, practitioner research and writing as a form of enquiry. The title of my doctoral thesis was; ‘Travelling Through Written Spaces: a nomadic enquiry into the writing of student teachers’.
MJ. Harrison (2017). Implicated reading: a method for reflecting on practice. Reflective Practice. 18(3), pp.312-325.
MJ. Harrison Implicated reading: a method for reflecting on practice. Reflective Practice.