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Dr CLAIRE HAWKINS

    • 2 Citations
    • 1 h-Index
    20092019

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    Claire's research interests include cyberbullying, adolescents' use of social media and using participatory methods.

    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.

    Education/Academic qualification

    PhD, Lancaster University

    Award Date: 28 Feb 2019

    E-Learning, MA, Edge Hill University

    PGCE, Edge Hill University

    BSc (Hons), Liverpool John Moores University

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    • 2 Citations
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    • 2 Book
    • 2 Article
    • 1 Paper
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  • Using youth voice to construct a new definition for cyberbullying

    HAWKINS, CLAIRE., 27 Sep 2018.

    Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

    Teaching Computing

    SIMMONS, CARL. & HAWKINS, CLAIRE., 18 Jun 2015, London: Sage.

    Research output: Book/ReportBook

    Teaching ICT

    SIMMONS, CARL. & HAWKINS, CLAIRE., 8 Apr 2009, London: Sage. 256 p.

    Research output: Book/ReportBook