Teaching and Research
Jenny teaches in the departments of Education and Inclusion and Primary Education. Jenny’s teaching interests include any opportunity to promote a critical approach to education and society, reflecting on aspects of social justice throughout. Specifically, these currently include aspects of global education, equality and diversity, foundations of education, the role of technology in wellbeing and research methods.
Jenny researches Global Citizenship Education and the roles, policies and activities of transnational institutions. Her interest is also on the role of values, their changing nature and how this impacts social life. Jenny also researches educational policy.
Hatley J (2020) Developing an Emergent Resilience Through Self-Organised Learning Environments in Ahmed Shafi et al (eds) ‘Reconsidering Resilience in Education: An Exploration using the Dynamic Interactive Model of Resilience’, Springer, ch12, p185
Adeela Ahmed Shafi , Sian Templeton , Tristan Middleton , Richard Millican , Paul Vare , Rebecca Pritchard & Jenny Hatley (2020): Towards a dynamic interactive model of resilience (DIMoR) for education and learning contexts, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, DOI: 10.1080/13632752.2020.1771923
Hatley J and Pugh V (2020) Resilience Online, in Pugh and Hughes (eds) Teaching Personal, Social, Health and Economic and Relationships and Sex Education in Primary Schools - Enhancing the Whole Curriculum, Bloomsbury Academic, London, ch 15
Hatley. J (2019a) Are universal values counterproductive to achieving education for global citizenship? Research Intelligence, Issue 140, p29-30, BERA
Hatley, J (2019b) Universal values as a barrier to the effectiveness of global citizenship education: A multimodal critical discourse analysis. International Journal of Development Education
and Global Learning, 11(1): 87–102.
Shafi, Hatley et al. (2017) The role of assessment feedback in developing academic buoyancy Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, DOI: 10.1080/02602938.2017.1356265
The Silliness Sessions: How to Maintain Community in a time of Distance Learning, University of Worcester Teaching and Learning Conference 2020
The position of Universal Values as a barrier to the effectiveness of UNESCO's Global Citizenship Education, 2019, ANGEL Network Conference, IOE, London
Assessment for Resilience, 2016, BERA
Investigating the role of values in Global Citizenship Education, 2016, Social Justice in Times of Crisis and Hope Young People, Wellbeing and the Politics of Education Conference, RMIT University/University of Lancaster, Spain
The Role of Values in Assessment for Resilience, 2016, ACRE, Edge Hill University
Assessment for Resilience - implications for professional practice, 2015, IPDA Professional Learning for Performance
Global Campaign for Education: Implications for Social Justice in light of Neoliberal Influence, 2015, University of Bristol