Nigel welcomes applications for doctoral research in the areas of leadership and management, educational evaluation and, where appropriate, general educational issues which have a ‘wicked' dimension.
He has worked for three decades with research students from the Middle East and has a particular interest in research in education in this part of the world.
- Binmaboob T., (2015) The Use of Graphic Organisers in the teaching of English as a second language in Saudi Arabia, University of Hull
- Soteriadou M., (2014) Ethnographic study of teachers practices dealing with inclusion in Cyprus, University of Hull
- Overton D., (2014 ) Stakeholder perceptions in the development of a Children's University, University of Hull
- James F., (2013) Developing professional identity in mature entrants to teaching, University of Hull
- Qassim J., (2009)The development of assessment policy in Qatar, University of Hull
- Marmara C., (2012) Staff development for Secondary School Teachers in Cyprus, University of Hull
Current PhD supervisions
- An Investigation into How Child-Centered Education is Constructed in Early Years Education in the Public Sector in Saudi Arabia
- The Experience of Transition from High School to University: A qualitative exploration of perceptions of first year female students at King Saud University
- Reflective Learning Practice and Leadership Capacity: A Case Study at Ha'il University School of Education
- Assessment in secondary schools in Libya
- The perceptions of three stakeholder groups on the impact of using two western methods (Total Quality Management and School Effectiveness Research) for improving education in Saudi Arabia
- Exploring the perceptions of informed individuals about the education provisions for Bidoun in Kuwait