Val Poultney


NameVal Poultney
Job titleAssociate Lecturer in Postgraduate Studies
Research instituteCollege of Arts, Humanities and Education

Research outputs

Teacher professional learning through lesson study: teachers’ reflections

Poultney, Val and Fox, Alison 2020. Teacher professional learning through lesson study: teachers’ reflections. International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJLLS-03-2020-0011

Professional learning communities and teacher enquiry

Fox, Alison and Poultney, Valerie 2020. Professional learning communities and teacher enquiry. Critical Publishing.

Different schools, same problem What value teacher research and inquiry?

Poultney, Valerie 2020. Different schools, same problem What value teacher research and inquiry? BERA Bites.

Leading change for survival: The rural flexi-school approach

Poultney, Val and Anderson, D. 2019. Leading change for survival: The rural flexi-school approach. Management in Education. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0892020619878809

Leading change for survival: the rural flexi-school approach

Poultney, Val and Anderson, Duncan 2019. Leading change for survival: the rural flexi-school approach. BELMAS.

Different schools, same problem: What value teacher research and inquiry?

Poultney, Val 2019. Different schools, same problem: What value teacher research and inquiry? BERA.

Learning rounds: What potential for teacher Inquiry?

Poultney, Val 2018. Learning rounds: What potential for teacher Inquiry?

Evidence-based teaching: A critical overview for enquiring teachers.

Philpott, Carey and Poultney, Val 2018. Evidence-based teaching: A critical overview for enquiring teachers. Critical Publishing.

Jetting off on another flying faculty visit: what have we learned?

Poultney, Val 2018. Jetting off on another flying faculty visit: what have we learned? BERA.

Researching reciprocal leadership: using the consciousness quotient inventory (CQ-i) as a pilot methodology to explore leadership with the context of a school–university partnership.

Poultney, Val and Fordham, Jon 2018. Researching reciprocal leadership: using the consciousness quotient inventory (CQ-i) as a pilot methodology to explore leadership with the context of a school–university partnership. Management in Education. https://doi.org/10.1177/0892020617748151

Assessment: Evidence-based teaching for enquiring teachers

Atherton, Chris and Poultney, Val 2018. Assessment: Evidence-based teaching for enquiring teachers. Critical Publishing.

Leading the flying faculty.

Poultney, Val 2017. Leading the flying faculty. Management in Education. https://doi.org/10.1177/0892020617734820

Evidence-based teaching in primary education

Poultney, Val 2017. Evidence-based teaching in primary education. Critical Publishing.

The role of the effective subject leader: perspectives from practitioners in secondary schools.

Poultney, Val 2016. The role of the effective subject leader: perspectives from practitioners in secondary schools. Management in Education. https://doi.org/10.1177/0892020607076655

'The self-improving primary school': understanding and approaching teacher inquiry: a pilot study.

Poultney, Val 2016. 'The self-improving primary school': understanding and approaching teacher inquiry: a pilot study. Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal (TEAN).

‘The self-improving primary school’: understanding and approaching teacher inquiry: a pilot study

Poultney, Val 2016. ‘The self-improving primary school’: understanding and approaching teacher inquiry: a pilot study. TEAN.

Maximising leadership capacity and school improvement through re-alignment of children's services.

Tarpey, Christine and Poultney, Val 2014. Maximising leadership capacity and school improvement through re-alignment of children's services. Management in Education. https://doi.org/10.1177/0892020614535948

‘Personal reflections on the governing of private schools: a case study’

Poultney, Val 2013. ‘Personal reflections on the governing of private schools: a case study’. Management in Education.

Can we work together and still be friends?

Poultney, Val 2011. Can we work together and still be friends? CPD Update.

Challenging the PhD: managing the alignment of an EdD programme alongside a traditional PhD pathway.

Poultney, Val 2010. Challenging the PhD: managing the alignment of an EdD programme alongside a traditional PhD pathway. Work-based learning e-journal.

‘Empowerment at the higher level: the perspectives of learners and their tutors on critical professional reflection at Masters’ level’

Poultney, Val 2008. ‘Empowerment at the higher level: the perspectives of learners and their tutors on critical professional reflection at Masters’ level’.
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