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Nanna Ryder, Mrs

Senior Lecturer at University of Wales Trinity St David

Nanna Ryder is a senior lecturer in Education in the Centre for Professional Learning and Leadership at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD). Having worked in a number of rural primary schools in Ceredigion, Nanna was appointed as a lecturer in Education Studies and Social Inclusion at UWTSD in 2008, and in 2010 received a fellowship to develop Welsh medium Additional Learning Needs (ALN) provision across courses within the Faculty of Education and Training. In 2013 she was appointed as senior lecturer with responsibility for leading ALN across the initial teacher education courses. Currently, she teaches on undergraduate and postgraduate courses in education, supervises masters’ study, and works on several Welsh Government-funded projects. Her publications to date include many Welsh medium educational resources to support learners with ALN. Nanna’s research interests include children’s wellbeing, curriculum and ALN, and her current doctoral thesis focuses on learners’ and practitioners’ perceptions of social and emotional wellbeing.

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