GI Creates Scholarship

GI Creates Scholarship is an online space where the research, scholarship and original work of employees of the Grimsby Institute are collated.

The submissions range in size and scope.  Some are full articles; others are abstracts or reflections on practice.  Some are photographs of original work or videos of events.

The Grimsby Institute encourages all staff to engage in research and scholarship which develops the knowledge within their discipline, develops the pedagogy within their discipline or researches our overall pedagogy.

By submitting the artefacts, the authors have made claim to the work being their original work and their intellectual property, with others’ ideas referenced as necessary.

In order to submit an artefact for consideration or if you have any questions, please email [email protected].

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Scholar Tag: 2019

FileAndy Thomas-Downes : Ten Thousand Hours or the First Steps on the Path Towards Musical Genius

FileA Wierny : Introverted versus Extroverted Creative Processes in Professional Writing

FileEmma Bailie : The impact of special educational needs and disability legislation and policy on early years education and practice.

FileJane Prest : Mobile phone use within the classroom: are the possible opportunities outweighed by the challenges?

FileMarie Robbins : Offender profiling - the pros and cons

FileDarren Woodward : Presentation at British Criminological Society Annual Conference – Yorkshire Division 28th November 2018 ‘Just a Few Clicks’: Internet Sex Offenders – Public Protection in a Technological Age

FileLouise Thornton : Human Rights and Climate Change

FileDan Carter : Mioka Drummond, Nathan Michael, Nick Wragg : AoC Scholarship Conference - London - May 2019

FileDarren Woodward : Presentation to the British Criminological Society Annual Conference – Yorkshire Division

FileChristiana Clarke : The effect of self-efficacy and academic behavioural confidence on procrastination during online postgraduate study