Dr Glenn Stone is Principal Lecturer within the Institute of Education with responsibility for the BA (Hons) Primary Teaching degree. This is the university’s undergraduate primary Initial Teacher Training programme.
Before working at the university, Glenn taught within local schools along the coastal strip of West Sussex and across the Key Stage 2 age range.
In school he was responsible for subject management of English and part of the leadership team of a large junior school.
Glenn holds a Doctorate in Education from the University of Southampton, a Masters degree from the University of Chichester, a Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching at Higher Education and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Stone, G. (2009) Poster presentation: Computer Assisted Learning conference, Brighton.
Stone, G. (2012) Conference presentation: ‘Exploring emerging teacher identity through the lens of cultural dimension theory’ at University of Canterbury ‘At the Crossroads: New directions in teacher education’
Stone, G. (2015) Conference presentation: ‘Organizational professional learning for performance in primary Initial Teacher Training’ at Aston University, Professional Learning for Performance.
Glenn has a special interest in the training of teachers and their perspectives on school accountability, performativity and the standards agenda.
He has researched into the way that trainee teachers conceptualise these aspects of the professional role of teachers when talking about the profession and how this impacts on their performance as teachers.
Glenn has also researched within the field of new technologies as part of enhancing pupils’ writing ability, as well as the way in which English is taught in primary schools.
Stone, G. (2011) The Digital Literacy Classroom, Leicester: UKLA
Stone, G. (2011) WWW: Wikis, Word Clouds and Web Collaboration to support primary literacy, English 4-11 (41)
Stone, G. (2011) Virtual Learning Environments as an extension to the classroom reading environment, English 4-11 (43)
Stone, G. (2012) Asynchronous Communication as a Stimulus for Synchronous Speaking and Listening, English 4-11 (45)
Stone, G. (2012) ‘Ethics Values and the Teacher’ in Knowles, G. and Lander, V. (eds) Ethics Values and Primary Education, London: Sage publications
Thursday, 19 September 2019
Narratives of early career teachers in a changing professional landscape
Stone, Glenn (2020) Narratives of early career teachers in a changing professional landscape. In: The Palgrave Handbook of Auto/Biography. Palgrave MacMillan, London, pp. 491-513. ISBN 9783030319731
'Organizational' professional learning for performance in primary Initial Teacher Training
Stone, Glenn (2015) 'Organizational' professional learning for performance in primary Initial Teacher Training. In: IPDA International Conference 2015, 27- 28 November 2015, Birmingham, UK. (Unpublished)
The shape of Initial Teacher Education in a Christian foundation university
Stone, Glenn (2018) The shape of Initial Teacher Education in a Christian foundation university. In: Christianity, Education and Changing Contexts, 6-8 July 2018, Liverpool Hope University, UK. (Unpublished)
What really matters about teacher education at Cathedrals Group universities and colleges?
Benton, Mary, Bowie, Robert A., Casson, Ann, Holt, James, James, Maria, Jarvis, Pam, McGuire, Liz, Podesta, Ed, Stone, Glenn and Hulbert, Sabina (2018) What really matters about teacher education at Cathedrals Group universities and colleges? Project Report. Cathedrals Group / National Institute for Christian Educational Research, Canterbury.
Thinking Through Ethics and Values in Primary Education
Knowles, Gianna, Lander, Vini, Hawkins, Sally, Hughes, Carol, Stone, Glenn, Cooper, Linda and Thompson, Barbara (2012) Thinking Through Ethics and Values in Primary Education. Learning Matters: Thinking Through Education Series . SAGE Publishers, London. ISBN 9780857258571