Our expert educational practitioners are from the University of Birmingham’s highly acclaimed School of Education whose programmes have been rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted (UK).
Noshaba is a lecturer in Science Education and has taught Science in the UK and Internationally for 9 years, including in the Gulf, where she has held leadership positions on a pastoral, subject and department level. When she is not lecturing, Noshaba carries out Youth Mentoring projects within Birmingham.
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Sarah is a Lecturer of Inclusion and Special Education Needs. Sarah's ongoing research is into inclusion practices of Jordanian teachers, and the policies of the wider Middle East and North Africa region.
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Karen is a Primary Education Lecturer and has worked in the education sector in the UAE as a teacher trainer, for many years. A qualified and experienced practitioner, with extensive Primary teaching practice, Karen is also a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in the UK.
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Mary is a Lecturer in Mathematics Education and has held leadership positions in UK schools for over 15 years. Mary has also taught overseas at a Leading International School in the Middle East.
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Dr Anne Raynor
Anne is an experienced educationalist and has been a senior leader in several secondary schools, as well as Head teacher of a number of SEN schools and a school’s inspector. Anne has a particular interest in inclusive education policy in the Middle East.
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Sanam is an experienced teaching practitioner and accredited Executive Coach and Mentor. Having been in the UAE for over 10 years, Sanam has a wealth of experience working in UAE and UK schools in a leadership role with a focus on raising attainment and aspiration for positive student outcomes.
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