Dr Janet Goodall
A lecturer in Educational Leadership and Management with particular expertise in parental engagement with children's learning
Lecturer in Education
Director of StudiesEdD, STL, BA
1 West North 3.17a
Tel: +44 (0) 1225 38 6337
Janet is a lecturer in Educational Leadership and Management. She has been an active university teacher and researcher for a number of years, working on a wide range of issues, such as federations of schools, the evaluation of the impact of CPD in schools, the implementation of workforce reform, and a multisector project looking at organisations which perform beyond expectations in education, sport and business.
Her most recent work has mainly been around parents’ engagement in their children’s learning, particularly as a means of school improvement. The recent DFE literature review of Best Practice In Parental Engagement , on which she is first author, takes an overview of the field and suggests practical ways forward for schools.
- Educational Leadership
- Parental Engagement
- Professional Development
- The Training and Development of Heads of Department in English Universities
- Parental Belief and Parental Engagement
Harris, A., Goodall, J. S. and Andrew-Powers, K., 2008. Do parents know they matter?:Raising achievement through parental engagement. Continuum International Publishing Group.
Goodall, J., 2015. Parental engagement with their children’s learning. In: International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioural Sciences. Elsevier Academic Press, pp. 499-502.
Goodall, J., 2015. Ofsted’s judgement of parental engagement:A justification of its place in leadership and management. Management in Education, 29 (4), pp. 172-177.
Goodall, J. and Johnston-Wilder, S., 2015. Overcoming mathematical helplessness and developing mathematical resilience in parents:an illustrative case study. Creative Education, 6 (5).
Goodall, J. S., 2014. The OIQ Factor:Raising your School's organizational intelligence. How schools can become cognitively, socially and emotionally smart. Journal of Research in International Education, 13 (2), 166 - 168.
Goodall, J. S., Goodall, C. and Williams, E., 2014. Pagan Prayer and Worship:A Qualitative Study of Perceptions. Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies, 15 (1-2), 178 -210.
Goodall, J. S., 2013. Parental belief and parental engagement:How do they interact? Journal of Beliefs and Values, 34 (1), pp. 87-99.
Goodall, J. S., 2013. Parental engagement to support children's learning:A six point model. School Leadership and Management, 33 (2), pp. 133-150.
Goodall, J. and Ghent, K., 2013. Parental belief and parental engagement in children’s learning. British Journal of Religious Education
Goodall, J. and Montgomery, C., 2013. Parental involvement to parental engagement:A continuum. Educational Review, 66 (4), pp. 399-410.
Goodall, J. S., 2013. Recruit for attitude, train for skills:Creating high performing leadership teams. Educational Management Administration and Leadership, 41 (2), pp. 199-213.
Goodall, J. S. and Williams, E., 2012. Paradigmatic brilliance:Or, so sparkly, it’s broken. Journal of Dracula Studies, 14.
Chapman, C., Lindsay, G., Muijs, D., Harris, A., Arweck, E. and Goodall, J. S., 2010. Governance, leadership, and management in federations of schools. School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 21 (1), pp. 53-74.
Goodall, J., 2015. Leading Parent Partnership Award Recertification – Results. University of Bath.
Goodall, J., Goodall, C. and Williams, E., 2015. Thank you for your voices:Academics share the results of a survey intended to kick-start serious research into the state of UK Paganism.Vol. Imbolc. The Pagan Federation.
James, C., Goodall, J., Hill, R. and Forest, C., 2015. The role of the clerk to the corporation of further education colleges in England in ensuring high quality college governance. The Education and Training Foundation.
James, C. and Goodall, J., 2014. IPR Policy Brief - The State of School Governing in England 2014. University of Bath.
Bush, T., Abbott, I., Glover, D., Goodall, J. and Smith, R., 2010. Establishing and developing high performing leadership teams. National College for School Leadership.
Harris, A. and Goodall, J. S., 2009. Helping Families Support Children's Success at School. Save the Children.
Goodall, J., Harris, A. and Allen, T., 2008. Capturing Transformation:How schools secure and sustain improvement. Specialist Schools and Academies Trust.
Goodall, J. S., 2007. Engaging parents to raise achievement:Do parents know they matter? Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF).
Conference or Workshop Items
Goodall, J. and Toloue Kashefpakdel, E., 2015. Looking to the future:leadership development in schools with a religious character in England. In: Annual Conference of the British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS Annual Conference 2015), 2015-07-10 - 2015-07-12.
James, C. and Goodall, J., 2015. The role and responsibilities of the clerk in further education and sixth form colleges in England in ensuring high quality college governance. In: Annual Conference of the British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS Annual Conference 2015), 2015-07-10 - 2015-07-12.
James, C., Forrest, C., Goodall, J. and Hill, R., 2015. The role of the clerk to the corporation in the governance of further education and sixth form colleges in England.
Lugalia, M., Johnston-Wilder, S. and Goodall, J., 2015. Using ICT and dialogic teaching:impact on mathematical resilience and attainment in algebra of a Kenyan school year group. In: EDULEARN15, 2015-07-06 - 2015-07-08.
Lugalia, M., Johnston-Wilder, S. and Goodall, J., 2013. The role of ICT in developing mathematical resilience in learners.
Goodall, J. S., 2005. The Possibility of the Christian Religious Education of Adults:Indoctrination, Preaching, Nurture, Education. Thesis (Doctor of Education (EdD)). University of Nottingham.
Goodall, J., 2015. Are Ofsted’s school inspections leaving parents at the periphery? The Conversation
Goodall, J., 2015. Parental Engagement with Children's Learning - An Important Lever for School Improvement. Leading Parent Partnership Award Newsletter