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In this episode presented by the BERA Teacher Education SIG, Lizana Oberholzer interviews Dr Suzanne Culshaw, whose doctoral research explored what it means to be struggling as a teacher.
Suzanne’s conceptualisation of struggling takes it out of the capability and performativity arenas and places it well and truly in the wellbeing domain. 

Views are the presenters own and not those of BERA.

In this Episode

Lizana Oberholzer

Senior Lecturer in Teacher Education at University of Wolverhampton

Lizana Oberholzer is a senior lecturer in teacher education and programme lead for the leadership in education MA at the Cass School of Education and Communities at the University of East London. She is passionate about teacher development and...

Suzanne Culshaw, Dr

University of Hertfordshire

Dr Suzanne Culshaw is a part-time Research Fellow in the School of Education, University of Hertfordshire, where she held a PhD scholarship. Her doctoral research explored what it means to be struggling as a teacher; Suzanne’s conceptualisation...