Doctoral Researcher Profiles

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There are currently more than 300 students (full-time and part-time) registered for research degrees within the School. As far as our research training environment is concerned we have won top-ranking ESRC 1+3 recognition with two quota studentships being funded by the ESRC each academic year since the scheme began.

Below, are a selection of doctoral researcher profiles within the School of Education.

Elaine Rocha-Schmid

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Adolescents' literacy practices outside school: an ethnographic study across social classes in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Ildegrada da Costa Cabral

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From language policy to classroom practice: a case study in two primary schools in East-Timor.

Izzy Mohammed

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Public archives, Representation and Integration in Post-War, Multicultural Urban Contexts: Birmingham and Manchester

Jim Pugh

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University and Higher Education cultural change since the implementation of higher fees in England

Judith Bruce-Golding

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Deputy and Assistant Headship: Why Headship is no longer an option

Julie Foster

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This research examines the impact of education on the outcome of working-class individuals in Birmingham in the 19th century within Blue Coat charity school.

Laurence Arnold FRSA

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Video as an educational tool in autism

Leonard Kiarago

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Investigating Educational Provision for children with SEBD in Kenya: a comparative case study of Mainstream school and Rehabilitation school

Maria Bastaki

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The impact of Model United Nations Conferences on global citizenship identity in a Greek Senior High School environment

Marilena Mademtzi

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The Use of Innovative Technology to Promote Movement and Self-regulation Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum Condition in School-Based environments: The Pictogram Room Paradigm.
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 Doctoral Year Book

 

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