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Leanne Henderson, Dr

Lecturer at Queen's University Belfast

Leanne Henderson is a lecturer in education studies in the School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work at Queen’s University Belfast. Her research centres on young people’s educational trajectories and transitions. She was postdoctoral research fellow on the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Modern Languages Leadership Fellowship Language Policy project 'Foreign, indigenous and community languages in the devolved regions of the UK: policy and practice for growth', led by Janice Carruthers, where her research engaged with young people to understand the factors influencing uptake of modern languages qualifications in the UK. Leanne has experience as a French teacher and head of modern languages at secondary level.

Leanne Henderson's contributions

BERA Announces New Committee Members

After an open call earlier in the Summer, to which we received a high number of applications, we have now appointed new members to various standing committees. The applicants were shortlisted and...

News12 Oct 2021

Engagement Committee

The role of the Engagement Committee is to: Ensure that BERA supports its members appropriately in the light of our three strategic objectives: to advance research quality; build research...

Early Career Researcher Network

The BERA Early Career Researcher (ECR) Network aims to offer support to those who are in the process of completing their masters or doctorate in education, as well as those who have completed...

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