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David Flint

Principal Lecturer

Institute of Education

Contact Details

email: d.flint@worc.ac.uk

tel: 01905 855260

David taught in schools in Birmingham before coming into teacher education in 1973. He has broad experience of teaching primary undergraduate and Primary PGCE programmes at Newman University College, Birmingham, as well as the management of the University College undergraduate Key Stage 2/3 teacher training programmes the and Masters programmes. From 2004 to the present he has been Head of Centre for Primary Teacher Education at the University of Worcester and  is now also  Director of School Engagement

 

He has recently contributed to books on Becoming a Brilliant Mentor and a second edition of a school core GCSE Geography text. He is a regular contributor to Curriculum Focus with articles on the The Grand Canyon, The New Keystone Pipeline in USA and Tourism and vulcanicity in Hawaii. His previous publications include books on the teaching of Primary Geography as well as papers on developing children’s speaking and listening.

 

Qualifications

Master of Education, (1975)
PGCE (1969)
Bachelor of Arts (1968)

Teaching & Research

Teaching & Research

Teaching Specialism:

Professional Studies

Behaviour Management

School-basedresearch

Courses David teaches on

Primary Professional studies (Years 1 to 3)

Dissertation

Primary geography

Primary Subject Specialism (PE, Early Years)

Research interests

Behaviour management

Speaking and listening with young children

US National parks- visitor impact

Professional Bodies

Professional Bodies

Universities Council for the Education of Teachers

Publications

Publications

D C Flint 2012 “The New Keystone PIpeline- threat to US environment ?” Telford Curriculum Press June No. 496

D C Flint 2011 “Hawaii-tourism and vulcanicity” Telford Curriculum Press June No. 423

D C Flint 2010 “The North Sea fishing in crisis ?” Telford Curriculum Press June No. 361

D C Flint et al 2009 “Edexcel GCSE Geography A Geographical Foundation Teacher Guide and Active Teach.” 220 pages core GCSE support London Pearson ISBN 978 1 846905384

D C Flint et al 2009 “Edexcel GCSE Geography B Geographical Foundation Teacher Guide and Active Teach.” 220 pages core GCSE support London Pearson ISBN 978 1 846905421

D C Flint et al 2009 “Edexcel GCSE Geography A Geographical Foundation Student Book.” 304 pages core GCSE text London Pearson ISBN 978 1 846905001

D C Flint et al 2009 “Edexcel GCSE Geography B Evolving Planet Student Book” 324 pages core GCSE text London Pearson ISBN 978 1 846905018

D C Flint 2008 “The economic, social and environmental impacts of the July 2007 floods in the Tewkesbury area.” Telford Curriculum Press September No. 233

D C Flint 2008 “Oil and gas threats to the US Arctic.” Telford Curriculum Press, April No. 218

D C Flint 2008 “Wilderness recreation in southern Utah” Geography Review Vol 22, no.1 pp39-41

D C Flint 2005 World in focus: Germany London Wayland

64 pages, aimed at children aged 7 to 11 ISBN 9780750250948

External Responsibilities

External Responsibilities

Examiner for a Taught Course

2010-2013 Leeds Trinity University College - BA (Hons) Primary Education

2006- 2011 Leeds Metropolitan University - Chief External Examiner BA (Hons) Primary Education

2006- 9 St Mary’s University College London - Primary PGCE

2003-06 University of Swansea  - BA(Hons) Primary Education

2001-04 University of Hertfordshire - Secondary Geography PGCE

1998-2001 Edge Hill University College - Secondary Geography PGCE