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Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

Kirstin's principal interests include:

  • teacher research, and participatory research with teachers, students and children
  • perceptions of teaching and learning, and the impacts of these upon self-concept, motivation and learning outcomes
  • the development of metacognition through peer collaboration and talk

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Home(pre)schoolers United: The power of peer support during a pandemic: Working parents and grandparents in academia, Grimshaw, L., Meredith, C., Mulholland, K., Heslop, K., Park, V., Allan, J., Duncan, J. 24 Jun 2021, Motherhood and Work
  • Improving the Quality of Children’s Discussions about Learning, Mulholland, K. 19 Feb 2021, Early Careers in Education: Perspectives for Students and NQTs, Bingley, Emerald
  • Teaching and learning online: engaging with the student voice, Mulholland, K., Davies, J., Taylor, S., Nichol, D., Anderson, A. 7 May 2021, TEAN Annual Conference 2021
  • Using Pupil Views to Uncover Evidence of Children’s Metacognition in Mathematics, Mulholland, K. Jan 2021, In: International Journal of Student Voice

Qualifications

  • Education EdD April 18 2016
  • Education MEd December 03 2009
  • Education PGCE June 30 2007
  • Latin American MLitt December 01 2005
  • Hispanic Studies BA (Hons) July 08 2003
  • National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics Accredited Professional Development Lead NCETM PD Lead 2018

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