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Stavroula Philippou

Associate Professor (Curriculum and Teaching)

Stavroula Philippou is an Associate Professor in Curriculum and Teaching at the Department of Education, University of Cyprus, Cyprus. Her studies include a B.Ed. (Hons) in Primary Education...


Pamela Malins

Pamela Malins, assistant professor in education at the University of New Brunswick, explores early childhood curriculum, literacies and identities. In particular, she is interested in the...


Rachel Heydon

Rachel Heydon is a professor and faculty scholar, in the Faculty of Education, Western University, Ontario, Canada. Her scholarship focuses on curriculum, literacies and teacher professional...


Emma Cooper

Emma Cooper is a lecturer and director of initial teacher education (ITE) at the University of Stirling, United Kingdom. Her research interests include curriculum studies, multimodal literacies...


Kathy Hibbert

Professor and Associate Dean

Dr. Kathy Hibbert is Professor, and Acting Dean at Western’s Faculty of Education, in London Canada. Her research examines how our abilities to ‘read’ texts, and to use and understand...


Matt McLain

Matt McLain currently leads the secondary initial teacher education programmes at Liverpool John Moores University. Previously he taught design and technology for over a decade in secondary...


Dawne Irving-Bell

Dawne Irving-Bell is a senior lecturer in teaching and learning development at Edge Hill University. She has extensive experience of working in secondary, further and higher education settings and...


David Wooff

David Wooff is a principal lecturer at the University of Sunderland, a senior fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures...


David Morrison-Love

David Morrison-Love is a lecturer in technology education and employability within the School of Education. He is a member of the University of Glasgow Educational Assessment Network (UGEAN) and...


Jocelyn Dautel

Jocelyn Dautel is a lecturer in education in the School of Psychology at Queen’s University, Belfast. Jocelyn holds a PhD in developmental psychology from the University of Chicago.


Risa Rylander

Risa Rylander completed her MSc in the psychology of childhood adversity at Queen’s University, Belfast. Her thesis project explored how primary school children from differing school settings...


Ana Tomovska Misoska

Ana Tomovska Misoska is a professor in the University American College Skopje School of Business Economics and Management. She holds a PhD from the School of Education at Queen’s University...