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MARTIN ECCLESHARE

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    Biography

    Martin is a Senior Lecturer of Education at Edge Hill University. Alongside lecturing, he holds the additional responsibilities at the University, including Level 5 Leader for Part-Time BA (Hons) Education, Module Leader for Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) Computing and a Module Leader for Academic and Professional Development on BA (Hons) Education. Martin is also a recognised British Computing Society Master Teacher, Google Certified Educator, Certified Microsoft Trainer/Educator and has been an Examiner and Moderator for a leading exam board over a number of years.

    Martin holds a Bachelor of Science degree (BSc Hons) in Information Systems and German and a Master of Science degree (MSc) in Leadership and Management. He is a qualified teacher (QTS) and a qualified headteacher, having achieved both the Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) from Edge Hill University and National Professional Qualification in Headship (NPQH) from Middlesex University. He is also a certified and experienced Department for Education (DfE) Pupil Premium Reviewer for schools, alongside being a qualified Designated Senior Safeguarding Lead (DSL), as awarded by Nottingham City Council.

    Martin is passionately committed to educational improvement, policy and reform and strives for a fair, consistent and worthwhile learning journey for every child. As part of completing his Doctorate in Educational Leadership, he is striving to create meaningful change throughout the education system at a whole system level to influence policy. As part of his NPQH, Martin created strategic school improvement plans for assessment and the enhancement of leadership capacity. 

    Furthermore, Martin has held a number of positions within a range of schools. More recently, as a senior leader, serving as Assistant Headteacher in charge of Data and Assessment at a school in Nottingham City. He also has experience of creating whole school timetables using Nova-T. Furthermore, he had many other responsibilities, including transition from KS2 to KS3 and strategic oversight of Year 7 and Year 8, whilst line managing a number of departments.

    Research Interests:

    • Educational Reform
    • Educational Policy
    • Educational Governance and Accountability
    • School Improvement
    • Leadership and Management
    • Comparative Education
    • System Leadership
    • Change Management

    Alongside this, Martin also has a passion for languages and linguistics. He is fascinated in language acquisition and the various language families of the world. Speaking fluent German and having previously worked within various roles as an interpreter and translator for German and international airlines/airports. He is particularly interested in German literature and the correlation of language learning and learning to program. His research for the German language includes reunification implications and dialects throughout Germany, in particular the variations of Niederdeutsch and Hochdeutsch.

    Education/Academic qualification

    Educational Leadership, EdD

    Award Date: 1 Jun 2022

    Leadership and Management, MSc

    Award Date: 1 Feb 2018

    (Hons) Information Systems and German, BSc

    Award Date: 1 Jul 2009

    Diploma in Special Educational Needs

    National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH)

    Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) with QTS

    Designated Senior Lead (DSL) Managing Safeguarding in Schools

    Department for Education (DfE) Pupil Premium Reviewer Certification

    Keywords

    • L Education
    • Educational Reform
    • Educational Policy
    • Leadership & Management
    • Governance
    • School Improvement
    • Comparative Education
    • Assessment
    • Accountability
    • Professional Development
    • System Leadership
    • Computing Education
    • Modern Foreign Languages
    • Mathematics
    • Social Justice
    • Data for Improvement