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Kieron Sheehy's OpenLearn Profile
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Kieron is a Professor in The Open University's Faculty of Education and Language Studies specialising in teaching children with severe learning difficulties, inclusion, pedagogy and new technologies.
He's also a member of the Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology.
. Budiyanto and Professor Kieron Sheehy (2019-06) Developing Signalong Indonesia: issues of politics, pedagogy and perceptions, Nova Science
Ellen Rombouts et al. (2019-06) Signing in School, Nova Science
Natalia Kucirkova, Professor David John Messer and Professor Kieron Sheehy (2019) Implementing “The Our Story app” to in-crease children’s narrative skills: Lessons learnt from one English pre-school classroom 25, John Benjamins
Professor Kieron Sheehy et al. (2017-07-06) Indonesian Teachers’ Epistemological Beliefs and Inclusive Education, In Journal of Intellectual Disabilities 1(23)
Valerie Critten, Professor David John Messer and Professor Kieron Sheehy (2019-02) Delays in the reading and spelling of children with cerebral palsy: Associations with phonological and visual processes, In Research in Developmental Disabilities(85)
Budiyanto et al. (2019) Indonesian Teachers' beliefs about teaching children with autism, In Athens Journal of Education
Professor Kieron Sheehy, George Kasule and Elizabeth May Chamberlain (2019) Ugandan Teachers’ Epistemological Beliefs and Child-Led Research: issues for developing inclusive educational practice., In International Journal of Disability, Development and Education.
Professor Kieron Sheehy et al. (2019) Inclusive museums and augmented reality. Affordances, participation, ethics and fun, In The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum
Professor Jonathan Rix et al. (2019) The while of participation: A systematic review of participatory research involving people with sensory impairments and/or intellectual impairments., In Disability and Society
Professor Jane Katherine Seale et al. (2018-09-05) A proposal for a unified framework for the design of technologies for people with learning difficulties, In Technology and Disability 1-2(30)