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Job Title
Senior Lecturer / Centre Research Associate
School
Canterbury Christchurch University / London School of Economics
Areas of Expertise/Research Interests (List All Please)
disability, blindness, education, museums, human computer interaction, assistive technology, inclusive technology, philosophy of disability, history of blindness, grounded theory, methodology, art education, philosophy of blindness

Professor Simon Hayhoe's (BIO)

Full Name: Dr. Simon James Hayhoe FRSA, FBCS

Postal Address: School of Childhood & Education Sciences, Canterbury Christ Church University, North Holmes Road, Canterbury, Kent CT1 1QU, UK

Electronic Contact: simon.hayhoe@canterbury.ac.uk, s.hayhoe@lse.ac.uk

Professional Affiliations: Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA); Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS); British Fulbright Scholars Association; US State Department International Exchange Alumni

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Faculty BIO

Full Time Employment

(02/2014-Present) Senior Lecturer, School of Childhood & Education Sciences, Canterbury Christchurch University, North Holmes Road, Canterbury, Kent CT1 1QU, UK.

(10/2011-02/2014) Faculty Lecturer, Department of Education (teaching on degrees that are ratified by University of Melbourne), Sharjah Women’s College, P.O. Box 7947, Sharjah, UAE.

(07-10/2011) Fellow, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10028-0198, USA – Sponsored by a Fulbright All Disciplines Scholars Award.

(09/2005-08/2011) Head of ICT, Leicester Grammar School HMC, London Road, Great Glen, Leicestershire LE8 9FL, UK.

(09/2004-08/2005) Head of ICT, Orchard House Preparatory School, 16 Newton Grove, London W4 1LB, UK.

(07/2001-06/2004) Research Associate (Department of Cognitive Sciences, School of Life Sciences, University of Toronto at Scarborough, Toronto, Canada) and Research Officer (Grades I & II) (Birkbeck & IoE, London University, London, UK).

(09/1999-08/2001) 2nd in Department of ICT, Prince Henry’s High School, Victoria Avenue, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 4QH, UK.

(09/1997-08/1999) Teacher of ICT and Graphic Art, Eastbrook Comprehensive School, Dagenham Road, Dagenham, London RM10 7UR, UK.

(11/1995-07/1996) Science and Technology Writer/Assistant Editor, Agenda Press Agency, Hale House, 290-296 Green Lanes, London N13 5TP, UK.

(03/1991-08/1992) Freelance Science Education Course Designer/Writer at the Open University of British Columbia, the Open Learning Agency, 4355 Mathissi Place, Burnaby, Vancouver, BC, V5G 4S8, Canada.

(07/1984-06/1989) Farm Labourer for A. Tizard, Folly Farm, Cold Ashton, Bath, UK / Pipe Fitter’s Mate for Drake & Scull Engineering, Whitehouse Street, Bedminster, Bristol, UK.

Part Time, Adjunct and Honorary Positions

Editorial board. (2014-Present). An-Najah University Journal-B-Humanities. An-Najah National University, P.O. Box 7, Nablus, West Bank, Palestine.

(2012-Present) Centre Research Associate, Centre for the Philosophy of Natural & Social Science, London School of Economics, Houghton Street, London, UK.

(2011-Present) Non Executive Board Member, Beyond Sight Foundation, Mumbai, India.

(2010-2013) Board Member, International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association, St. John’s University, New York, USA.

(2010-2011) Academic Visitor, Centre for the Philosophy of Natural & Social Science, London School of Economics, Houghton Street, London, UK.

(2006-2010) Teacher Study Visitor (Honorary), Pembroke College, Cambridge University, UK.

(2006) Associate for the conference Cinemas Without Barriers, Provincia Di Milano, Italy.

(2004) PhD Examiner, School of Art & Education, Middlesex University, the Burroughs, London, UK.

(2000-2001) Associate Lecturer The Open University, Birmingham, UK, and Visiting Schoolteacher Fellow Commoner, Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge University, UK.

(1999-2000) Coursework Moderator (Computing A Level), OCR Examination Board, Hills Road, Cambridge, UK.

University Degrees and Certificates

(2005) PT Doctor of Philosophy in Education, School of Education, Birmingham University, Birmingham, B15 2TT, UK. Supervisor: Professor John Hull (Scholarship for fees and some support)

(1997) FT PGCE in Secondary Technology, School of Education, Bath University, BA2 7AY, UK. (Studentship for fees and living allowance)

(1995) FT Master of Education by research, School of Education, Leicester University, University Road, Leicester, LE1 7RH, UK. Supervisor: Professor Maurice Galton. (Scholarship for fees and living allowance)

(1993) FT Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Technical Communication, Coventry University, Priory Street, Coventry, CV1 5FB, UK.

(1990) FT University Certificates (Information Technology & Microbiology), Leicester University, University Road, Leicester, LE1 7RH, UK. Supervisor: Professor Peter Sneath (Scholarship for fees and living allowance)

Financial Awards, Prizes and Scholarships

(2013-14) Learning Technology Innovation Grant from the London School of Economics, UK, to study the use of mobile technologies by disabled students.

(2012) Scholarly Activities Prize, Sharjah Higher Colleges of Technology, Sharjah, UAE.

(2011) Fulbright All Disciplines (Senior) Award from the Fulbright Commission to conduct research on blindness in the museum at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, US.

(2011) Occasional Lecturer Fund Award from the US Department of State to conduct guest lectures at Harvard University, University of California Berkeley and VSA Massachusetts, US.

(2005) Award from the English Arts Council to conduct a guest lecture for Art Through Touch, London, UK.

(2004) Honorarium from Toronto University at Scarborough, Canada, to conduct postgraduate research in various schools for the blind in the US.

(2000-2005) PhD University Scholarship from Birmingham University, UK.

(1996-1997) PGCE DfES Studentship from Bath University, UK.

(1993-1995) MEd University Scholarship from Leicester University, UK.

(1992) Honorarium from the Open University of British Columbia, Canada, to conduct undergraduate research with undergraduate students in Vancouver.

(1989-1990) European Social Fund Scholarship from Leicester University, UK.

 

Authored books and articles, editing and reviewing duties, and guest article and conference presentations

Authored books & academic theses

Hayhoe, S. (2012). Grounded theory and disability studies: Researching legacies of blindness. Amherst, New York: Cambria Press.

Hayhoe, S. (2008). Arts, culture and blindness: Studies of blind students in the visual arts. Youngstown, New York: Teneo Press.

Hayhoe, S. (2008). God, money & politics: English attitudes to blindness and touch, from enlightenment to integration. Charlotte, North Carolina: Information Age Publishing.

Hayhoe, S. (2005). An examination of social and cultural factors affecting art education in English schools for the blind. Unpublished doctoral thesis, Birmingham University, UK.

Hayhoe, S. (1995). The arts education of blind adults. Unpublished M.Ed. by research thesis, Leicester University, UK.

Editing of books/journals

Editorial board. (2014-Present). An-Najah University Journal-B-Humanities. An-Najah National University, P.O. Box 7, Nablus, West Bank, Palestine.

Dowling, S., Gunn, C., Raven, J., Donaghue, H. and Hayhoe, S. (Eds.). (in press). eLearning in action (Volume 3.): Learning by doing. Abu  Dhabi. HCT Press.

Dowling, S., Gunn, C., Raven, J., Donaghue, H. and Hayhoe, S. (Eds.). (2013). eLearning in action (Volume 2.): Redefining learning . Abu  Dhabi. HCT Press.

Peer reviewed articles in books and journals

Hayhoe, S. (2014). Towards a greater dialogue on disability between Muslims and Christians. Journal of Disability and Religion, 18, 3, 242-263.

Hayhoe, S. (2014). A philosophy of inclusive technology for people with special needs, and its application in a course using mobile computing devices for undergraduates at the London School of Economics, UK. Proceedings of EDULEARN14: Education and New Learning Technologies. Valencia: IATED.

Hayhoe, S. (2014). The development of a sustainable disabled population in the countries of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC), In W. Clark (Ed.). Global sustainable communities design handbook: From green policy design, engineering, health to technologies, education, economics, contracts, law and entrepreneurship. Oxford. Butterworth-Heinemann.

Hayhoe, S. (2014). The need for inclusive accessible technologies for students with disabilities and learning difficulties, In L. Burke (Ed.). Research, Reflections & Arguments on Teaching & Learning in a Digital Age. Melton, Suffolk: John Catt Educational Publishing.

Hayhoe, S. (2014). An enquiry into passive and active exclusion from sensory aesthetics in museums and on the Web: Two case studies of final year students at California School for the Blind studying art works through galleries and on the web. British Journal of Visual Impairment, 32/1/44-58.

Hayhoe, S. (2013). A review of the literature on the use of mobile tablet computing as inclusive devises for students with disabilities. Proceedings of the Current Trends in Information Technology 2013 Conference, Dubai, 11-12 December 2013. New Jersey: IEEE Xplore Digital Library (IEEE Catalog No:CFP1304J-ART, ISBN: 978-1-4799-2425-7 /IEEE Catalog No: CFP1304J-DVD, ISBN: 978-1-4799-2424-0).

Hayhoe, S. (2013). Expanding our vision of museum education & perception: An analysis of three case studies of independent, blind, arts learners. Harvard Educational Review, 83, 1, 67-86.

Hayhoe, S. (2013). The philosophical, political and religious roots of touch exhibitions in 20th century British museums. Disability Studies Quarterly, 33, 3, 7-25.

Hayhoe, S. (2013). A practice report of students from a school for the blind leading groups of younger mainstream students in visiting a museum and making multi-modal artworks. Journal of Blindness Innovation & Research, 3/2/-.

Sultan, N. & Hayhoe, S. (2013) Assistive technologies for students with special needs at the Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE. In S. Dowling, C. Gunn, J. Raven, and S. Hayhoe (Eds.). eLearning in action (Volume 2.): Redefining learning. Abu Dhabi. HCT Press.

Hayhoe, S. (2012). Using an iPad with a blind student: A case study at Sharjah Women’s College, In Dowling S. et. al. (Eds.). eLearning in action (Volume 1.): Opening up learning. Abu Dhabi: HCT Press.

Hayhoe, S. (2011). Non-visual programming, perceptual culture and mulsemedia: Case studies of five blind computer programmers, In G. Ghinea, F. Andres, & S. R. Gulliver (Eds.) Multiple Sensorial Media Advances and Applications: New Developments in MulSeMedia. Hershey, PA: IGI. (Also appears in their collection, Computer Engineering: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications).

Hayhoe, S. (2011). Computing, cognition, culture and blindness. In M. Bhattacharya et. al. (Eds.) Emerging technologies for learning: Impacts on culture and cognition. Chespeake, Virginia: AACE.

Hayhoe, S. (2009). National Federation of the Blind, In S. Burch (Ed.). Encyclopaedia of American Disability History. New York: Facts On File.

Hayhoe, S. (2009). Theater by the Blind, In S. Burch (Ed.). Encyclopaedia of American Disability History. New York: Facts On File.

Hayhoe, S. (2009). National Exhibits by Blind Artists, In S. Burch (Ed.). Encyclopaedia of American Disability History. New York: Facts On File.

Hayhoe, S. (2009). Blind Boys of Alabama, In S. Burch (Ed.). Encyclopaedia of American Disability History. New York: Facts On File.

Hayhoe, S. (2003). The development of the research in the psychology of visual impairment in the visual arts, In E. Axel & N. Levent (Eds.). Art Beyond Sight. New York: The American Foundation for the Blind.

Hayhoe, S. (2000). The effects of late arts education on adults with early visual disabilities. Educational Research & Evaluation 6, 3, 229-249.

Research reports

Hayhoe, S. (2012). What is visual impairment, In National HE STEM Programme: Report on VI and STEM Project. Bath: Bath University. (http://www.hestem-sw.org.uk/project?id=14&pp=523).

Hayhoe, S. (2009). Computing and blindness in education (COMBINE) project: An initial report. Birmingham: British Computer Association for the Blind (http://bcab.org.uk/articles-and-papers/CombineDetPresentation2009.rtf).

Hayhoe, S. (2005). The four senses project. Paper presented in support of The Four Senses Exhibition, The Henry Moore Gallery, Royal College of Art, London UK.

 

Peer Reviewer

(2014-2015). International Conference on Enabling Access for Persons with Visual Impairment, 12-14 February 2015, Athens Greece. Department of Informatics and Telecommunications, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece.

(2014-Present). British Journal of Visual Impairment (BJVI). Sage, SAGE Publications Ltd, 1 Oliver's Yard, 55 City Road, London, EC1Y 1SP, UK.

(2013-2014). British Computer Society International IT Conference 2013 & 2014 (Abu Dhabi, UAE), Edited Proceedings, British Computer Society, North Star House, North Star Avenue, Swindon, SN2 1FA, UK.

(2012-Present). International Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Howard House, Wagon Lane, Bingley BD16 1WA, UK.

(2012-Present). US-UK Fulbright Commission (Application Panel). Battersea Power Station, 188 Kirtling Street, London SW8 5BN, UK.

(2011-2013). International Higher Education Teaching & Learning Review, Association of Higher Education Teaching and Learning. St. John's University, 8000 Utopia Parkway, Queens, NYC 11439, USA.

(2003-Present). International Journal of Qualitative Methodology. Centre for Qualitative Methodology, University of Alberta, 116 St. and 85 Ave., Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2R3, Canada.

 

Peer reviewed academic on-line articles

Hayhoe, S. (2011). When Gucci make hearing aids I’ll be deaf: Blog article published by The Bubble Chamber, Toronto University, Toronto, Ontario.

Hayhoe, S. (2011). Subjective and objective aspects of deafness and blindness. Blog article published by The Bubble Chamber, Toronto University, Toronto, Ontario.

Hayhoe, S. (2011). Identities of impairment. Blog article published by The Bubble Chamber, Toronto University, Toronto, Ontario.

Hayhoe, S. (2011). Blindness, photography and art. Blog article published by Blind Photographers, Boston, Massachusetts.

Hayhoe, S. (2010). A sheet for teaching Braille letters. In Sargeant P et. al. (Eds.). A History of the World Web Log. London: BBC Radio 4 (http:www.bbc.co.uk).

Hayhoe, S. (2005). Sample approaches - The 4 Senses: A non-visual art project and exhibition, In E. Axel & N. Levent  (Eds.). Art Beyond Sight. New York: Art Beyond Sight (http://www.artbeyondsight.org/handbook/).

 

Invited guest and keynote papers with papers / abstracts

Hayhoe, S. (2014). Multi-modal creative activity in an early years setting – theory into practice. Key note presentation at Making a Difference When it Matters Most, Rowan Williams Court, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK, 12th July, 2014.

Hayhoe, S. (2013). iPads and inclusion in higher education. Paper delivered as part of the TESOL Arabia lecture series, Sharjah University (community college), Sharjah, UAE on the 11h May 2013.

Hayhoe, S. (2013). Accessible inclusive technology. Plenary paper presentation to the conference 4th eLearning in Action: Redefining Learning, Sharjah Higher Colleges of Technology, Sharjah, UAE on the 2nd April 2013.

Hayhoe, S. (2013). Sight and hearing impairments in the classroom: A cross modal approach. Paper delivered as part of the American University of Sharjah / Higher Colleges of Technology lecture series, Sharjah Higher Colleges, Sharjah, UAE on the 26th March 2013.

Hayhoe, S. (2011). Why does a blind person want to visit The Metropolitan Museum of Art (abridged)? Paper delivered during a guest lecture to the Department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, USA, on the 11th October 2011.

Hayhoe, S. (2011). Is belief more important than perception for art students with visual impairments? Paper delivered during a guest lecture at the Graduate School of Education, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA on the 5th October 2011.

Hayhoe, S. (2011). Why does a blind person want to visit an art museum (full study)? Paper delivered during a guest lecture to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA, on the 19th September 2011.

Hayhoe, S. (2011). The epistemological model of disability (updated). Paper delivered during a guest lecture to the English Faculty, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, USA, on the 9th September 2011.

Hayhoe, S. (2011). How do we define ability? Keynote presentation/full conference presentation to the National Association of Disability Practitioners Annual Conference and AGM, Warwickshire, UK, on the 27th June 2011.

Hayhoe, S. (2011). Is belief more important than 'ability' for the success of students with impairments. Paper delivered during Teaching Day, London School of Economics, London, on the 24th May 2011.

Hayhoe, S. (2005). An introduction to grounded theory. Guest lecture series delivered at the Vrije University (Free University), Brussels, Belgium, October 2005.

Hayhoe, S. (2005). The epistemological model of blindness. Guest lecture series delivered at the Vrije University (Free University), Brussels, Belgium, October 2005.

Hayhoe, S. (2005). The four senses project. Paper presented in support of The Four Senses Exhibition. Guest Lecture for Art Through Touch, London, UK Sponsored by the English Arts Council, March 2005.

Hayhoe, S. (2004). The Development of an Epistemological Model of Disability: The enlightenment, scientific theories on blindness and art/craft education in the US. Paper delivered during a guest Lecture to the Psychology Department, University of Toronto at Scarborough, Canada, April 2004.

 

Conference presentations with published papers / abstracts

Hayhoe, S. (2014). A philosophy of inclusive technology for people with special needs, and its application in a course using mobile computing devices for undergraduates at the London School of Economics, UK. Paper presented to the conference EDULEARN14: 6th annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, Barcelona, Spain, 7-9 July 2014.

Hayhoe, S. (2014). A grounded theory investigation into the philosophical and pedagogical theories of play by blind and visually impaired children. Paper presented to the 6th Biennial Conference of the International Froebel Society: Play, Self-activity, Representation and Development, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, UK, 26-28 June 2014.

Hayhoe, S. (2014). Does philosophy disable? The epistemological model of disability, and the influence of the process of knowledge construction on people with impairments. Paper presented to the conference SPAWN 2014: The Philosophy of Disability, Philosophy Department, Syracuse University, New York, US, from the 5-9th June 2014.

Hayhoe, S. (2014). Reducing passive cultural exclusion of people with disabilities, an epistemological approach. Paper presented to the 2014 Annual Fulbright Scholars Symposium, on Global Wellbeing, The Bulldog Trust, London, UK, 19th May 2014.

Hayhoe, S. (2013). The SAMR Model and iPads as a case study of inclusion. Paper presented to the 2nd Ramaqeia Conference, Sharjah Higher Colleges of Technology, Sharjah, UAE on the 25th April 2013.

Hayhoe, S. (2013). A review of the literature on the use of the iPad as an assistive devise for students with disabilities – with reference to the Gulf. Paper presented to the Global Education Forum, World Trade Centre, Dubai, UAE, March 2013.

Hayhoe, S. (2012). The barriers and benefits of Middle Eastern culture on the development of a sustainable disabled population in the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council. Paper presented to the Fulbright Academy of Science & Technology International Conference, Abu Dhabi, UAE, October 2012.

Hayhoe, S. (2012). Viewing paintings through the lens of cultural habitus: A study of blind students’ experiences at California School for the Blind and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Paper presented to the International Conference on Space, Place and Social Justice, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, July 2012.

Hayhoe, S. (2012). Using an iPad with a blind student: A case study at Sharjah Women’s College. Paper presented to the 6th e-Learning in Action Conference, Sharjah Higher Colleges of Technology, Sharjah, UAE, April 2012.

Hayhoe, S. (2010). Case studies of five blind web developers. Paper presented to the conference, BETT 2011, Kensington Olympia, London, UK, January 2011.

Hayhoe, S. (2009). Computing and blindness in education project (COMBINE). An interim report. Paper presented to the conference, BETT 2009, Kensington Olympia, London, UK January 2009.

Hayhoe, S. (2006). How Locke, Molyneaux and the Enlightenment affected the way we think about the arts and perceptual disabilities, and what is the way forward? Paper presented to the conference Cinemas Without Barriers, Milano SPAZIO OBERDAN, Provincia Di Milano, Italy, February 2006.

Hayhoe, S. (2002). Borrowing from language studies and semiotics to form a research framework of institutional art education and blindness. Paper presented to the Educational Research Network Conference, Birmingham University, UK, September 2002.

Hayhoe, S. (2002). The experience of children with visual impairments in visual arts education. Paper presented to the International Conference on the Politics of Childhood, Hull University, UK, September 2002.

Hayhoe, S. (2001). An ethnographic analysis of risk taking and avoidance by students with visual impairments during visual art projects. Paper presented to the Oxford Ethnography in Education Conference, Oxford University, UK, September 2001.

Hayhoe, S. (2000). The cultural subjectivity of research ethics. Paper presented to the 6th Discussion Group Conference, Keele University, British Isles, November 2000.

Hayhoe, S. (2000). An analysis of a part-time ethnographic investigation within a visually impaired school community. Paper presented to the Oxford Ethnography in Education Conference, Oxford University, UK, September 2000.

Hayhoe, S. & Rajab A (2000). Ethical considerations of conducting ethnographic research in visually impaired communities. Paper presented to the European Conference on Educational Research, Edinburgh University, UK, September 2000.

Hayhoe, S. (1995). The history of art education of blind students. Paper presented to the European Conference on Educational Research 1995, Bath University, UK, September 1995.

Hayhoe, S. (1995). Arts education and adults with early visual disabilities. Paper presented to the Educational Network Conference, Birmingham University, UK, September 1995.

Hayhoe, S. (1994). An analysis of an ethnographic investigation within a visually impaired adult community. Paper presented to the European Conference on Educational Research, Oxford University, UK, September 1994.

LINKS To Research and Accomplishments:

http://www.lse.ac.uk/researchandexpertise/experts/profile.aspx?KeyValue=s.hayhoe%40lse.ac.uk


http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/education/staff/Profile.aspx?staff=9aa73d7225cd9813


https://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_literary_and_cultural_disability_studies/v003/3.2.wilde.pdf


http://www.bcs.org/content/ConWebDoc/52748

http://www.infoagepub.com/products/God-Money-and-Politics


http://cambriapressacademicpublisher.wordpress.com/tag/simon-hayhoe/


http://philpapers.org/rec/HAYTDO-5

http://hepg.org/her-home/issues/harvard-educational-review-volume-83-number-1/herarticle/an-analysis-of-three-case-studies-of-independent-b

http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/~psyc54/lecture-notes/mar1-hayhoe.html

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