Senior Teaching Fellow
|Centre for Education Studies||Email: C dot Cane at warwick dot ac dot uk|
|University of Warwick|
Drama in education, lesson narratives, narrative methodology, performing arts education in secondary schools, pupils-as-researchers, gifted and talented education, pastoral care
Cheryl joined the PGCE teaching team at Warwick in 2005 on a part time / temporary basis and made contributions to the English, Drama and professional programmes. She was appointed as a Senior Teaching Fellow, Course Leader for the English with Drama PGCE in 2010 and also led the mentoring policy for all the PGCE subjects. She worked closely with the Teach First programme during this time and was invited to be the National Mentor Training Consultant. She also supported students on the MA Drama and Theatre in Education course supervising dissertations. She took some time away to commence an ESRC funded doctorate (which she is currently completing) before returning as a Senior Teaching Fellow with CES in 2017 working with the MA Drama and Theatre in Education and the Drama and English Language Teaching.
Cheryl is a member of National Drama (ND) and also a teaching member of the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD).
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For the academic year 2018-19 I will be leading the modules ‘The role of story in drama and theatre education’, ‘Research methods for drama and theatre education and DELT’ and ‘Drama and literacy.'
Cane (2012) ‘Pastoral Care and the role of the tutor’ in Brooks, Abbott and Huddleston (2012) Preparing to Teach in Secondary Schools Open University Press, third edition (new 2018 edition currently in print)