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Principal Lecturer, Programme Leader, Flexible Mode PGCE/PCE, Lifelong Learning
Lifelong Learning Teacher Education
BA Hons, PGCE, MA Education, PhD
Dr Damien Page has worked in the lifelong learning sector for more than a decade. He began his career as a lecturer of English in further education and has been a manager in a number of contexts including humanities, finance and construction. In addition, Dr Page has focused on the development of e-Learning, working as a consultant for the Learning and Skills Network, creating the Academy of e-Business and winning the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) e-Learning Practitioner Award in 2005.
Prior to joining the University of Greenwich he was curriculum and learning manager for Linking London Lifelong Learning at Birkbeck University of London, one of the largest lifelong learning networks in the country, forging links between further education colleges and universities.
He is currently a reviewer for three academic journals: Power and Education and, International Journal of Educational Management and Journal of Vocational Education and Training.
Page, D. (2013) The recruitment and transition of construction lecturers in further education: The perspective of middle managers. Educational management, administration & leadership. Forthcoming
Page, D. (2012) Management faith and resistance in further education: The case of first tier managers. Paper presented at the London International Conference on Education, 19-22nd November 2012
Page, D. (2012) The abolition of the General Teaching Council for England and the future of teacher discipline. Journal of Education Policy. Forthcoming DOI: 10.1080/02680939.2012.711859
Page, D. (2012) The bad apples? Teacher misbehaviour and discipline. Paper presented at the British education studies association conference, 28-29 June 2012, University of Hull.
Page, D. (2012) Teacher misbehaviour: An analysis of disciplinary orders by the general teaching council for England. British educational research journal. Forthcoming.
Page, D. (2012) Managers coping in further education colleges. Journal of management development. Forthcoming.
Page, D. (2011) I-deals in further education? A new approach to managerial job design.
Management in Education, 25(4), pp. 182-187.
Page, D. (2011) From principled dissent to cognitive escape: managerial resistance in the English further education sector. Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 63(1), pp. 1–13.
Page, D. (2011) Fundamentalists, priests, martyrs and converts: a typology of first tier management in further education. Research in Post-compulsory Education, 16(1), pp. 101–121.
Page, D. (2010) Power and resistance in further education: findings from a study of first tier managers. Power and Education, 2(2), pp. 126-139.
Page, D. (2010) Routine resistance and the absence of trust: first tier managers in further education. In: 9th Discourse, Power, Resistance Conference. University of Greenwich, 30 March–1 April 2010. London.