David is a Research Fellow in the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues. His interest in character and identity began during a first full career in the British Army. In 2010 he completed a PhD in Sociology and Social Policy at Durham University before moving to USA to work at Purdue University, Indiana, in the Human Development and Family Studies Department (HDFS). From Sep 12 to Feb 15 ...
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Reader in Education & Social Justice
Deputy Director, Centre for Research in Race & Education
Paul Warmington is Reader in Education & Social Justice in the School of Education. He has taught and researched for twenty-five years, firstly in FE then in higher education. His research interests include race, class and education; critical theories of race; black education movements, race equality and education policy; widening participation. His most recent book is Black British ...
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Senior Lecturer in Education (Deafness and Hearing Impairment)
Linda has a background of experience as a teacher of the deaf and educational audiologist and her research and teaching are rooted in this experience. She is particularly interested in the early language and literacy development of young deaf children and how this can be enhanced by the use of cochlear implants and/or digital hearing aids. She has a collaboration with the University of ...
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Lecturer in Science Education (Chemistry)
Sandy has taught Science and Chemistry to A-level in secondary schools for 14 years. This included a secondment to the Royal Society of Chemistry as a School Teacher Fellow as part of the ‘Chemistry for Our Future’ project looking at strategies to overcome secondary to higher education transition issues. Prior to his appointment by the University of Birmingham Sandy was a Secondary ...
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Lecturer (Primary and Early Years Mathematics Education)
Kirsty works part time, and leads the PGDipEd Primary Mathematics Specialist course. Since joining the university, Kirsty established and taught the General Primary and Early Years mathematics courses. Prior to this, she was Research Officer on the ESRC funded project ‘Purposeful Algebraic Activity’ at the University of Warwick, where she also contributed to ...
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Lecturer in Autism
Kerstin has been appointed as a lecturer and researcher in the Autism Centre for Education and Research. She previously worked for several years in the Oxford Autism Research Group, where she managed the work programme of the International Molecular Genetics Study of Autism Consortium (IMGSAC). As a member of staff at the Oxford Neurodevelopmental Magnetoencephalography (MEG) Centre, Kerstin ...
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Teaching Fellow in Education (Deafness and Hearing Impairment)
Angie Wootten is a practising teacher of deaf children and young people. She works in a peripatetic capacity for Warwickshire’s Sensory and Complex team under the over-arching Integrated Disability Service and visits children of all ages and covering a spectrum of need.
Angie has been a placement supervisor and a regional tutor for the university’s course ...
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