Xiaomeng Tian (PhD student)
Thesis title: A qualitative study of pedagogical relationships at PGT level in the UK
Xiaomeng Tian's research aims to explore the nature of pedagogical relationships at Master’s level. More specifically, Xiaomeng aims to explore the features of teacher-student relationships that may facilitate Master's students’ learning.
Macleod, G., Lent, N., Tian, X., Lian, Y., Moore, M. and Sen, S. 2020. Balancing supportive relationships and developing independence: an activity theory approach to understanding feedback in context for master’s students. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education. (0), pp.1-15.
Tian, X. 2020. A multiple case study of pedagogical relationships in different disciplinary areas in a research-intensive university. (Proposal accepted). Relation-Centered Education Network (RCEN) conference, California State University, Sacramento.
Tian, X. 2019. A multiple case study of pedagogical relationships in different disciplinary areas in a research-intensive university. 1st UKCGE Conference on PGT Education – Mastery: PGT Research & Practice, University of Warwick.
Tian, X. 2019. Plenary Panel Discussion. 1st UKCGE Conference on PGT Education – Mastery: PGT Research & Practice, University of Warwick.
Tian, X. 2016. Does Feedback vary with Grade?: A Small-scale Investigation into Practice and Perceptions on one MSc Programme. Scottish Educational Research Association (SERA) Annual Conference, University of Dundee.