Joanne Bowser-Angermann

Course leader BA (Hons) Primary Education Studies

Faculty:Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education

Department:School of Education & Social Care

Location: Chelmsford

Areas of Expertise: Education and teaching

Jo has expertise in Primary education and excellent classroom practice. Jo has a vast teaching experience of all ages giving her vital knowledge on a child’s educational journey through all key stages and beyond.

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joanne.bowser-angermann@anglia.ac.uk

Background

Jo has been a teaching full time since 2006, spending 6 years teaching in Primary Schools. During her teaching career, Jo has had experience of teaching pupils from all Key Stages; from Key stage one children right through to students in KS4 and the post-16 sector, which has given her an excellent understanding of children’s complete educational journey.

She spent 3 years as an Advanced Practitioner, who has been consistently graded ‘outstanding’ in her teaching, learning and assessment and has devised her own teacher training sessions to help other teachers improve their own practice and supported her own PGCE students.

Research interests

  • Effects of educational policy on teaching and learning
  • Student engagement in learning
  • Motivation to learn and the effects on student motivation
  • Effects of failure on motivation and educational journeys

Jo is currently researching the effects of educational policy on teaching and learning. Looking in detail at student and teacher, engagement and motivation. What is a student’s motivation to learn and what the effects on student motivation? What are the effects of failure on motivation?

Teaching

  • BA (Hons) Primary Education Studies.
  • BA (Hons) Education and Childhood Studies.

Qualifications

  • Doctorate in Education (ongoing)
  • MA English Language with merit
  • BA in Education with 1st class honours
  • Awarded the ‘Wall Hall Prize’ for outstanding academic achievement and excellent classroom practice