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.

Alan Price

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This research uses an action research design to evaluate the effectiveness of using outdoor education to improve the interpersonal skills of Learners with SEBD

Alison Laitner

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Discovering Childrens' Voices and Experiences; Changes from family to institutional care for children and young people with disabilities , Birmingham 1770 to 1870.

Anna Maxim

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Anna is researching the experiences of students studying for degrees within the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines.

Beverley Maynard

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Widening Participation Policy, Student Support and the Challenge for Higher Education

Brendan Greaney

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Dyslexia in Nursing & Nurse Education – a case study

Cathie Lacey

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Construction of professional/personal identity for ESOL teachers; CPD and ITT

Claire Largan

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An investigation into the experiences of progression and transition from Foundation Degree (FdA) to Bachelor of Arts (BA) for part-time, mature, female students.

Damian E M Milton

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Educational discourse and the autistic student: a study using Q-sort methodology

Danny Doyle

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Linguistic Insecurity and Writing Countercultures in Primary Schools

Danyal Farsani

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Making multimodal mathematical meaning in multilingual classrooms
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Postgraduate Prospectus 2014

 

Download the 2014 Doctoral Researcher Yearbook (PDF, 4MB) which provides information on the doctoral research taking place across the College of Social Sciences.