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James Archer

James Archer

James is the Course Director for the Ba Primary Education Accelerated (2 Year) degree. He is currently working on writing validations for further innovative programmes in the Carnegie School of Education

Sarah Dawson

Sarah Dawson

Sarah is a Lecturer in Education at the Carnegie School of Education.

Michael Klingenberg

Michael Klingenberg

Michael Klingenberg is a senior lecturer nursing in the School of Health & Community Studies at Leeds Beckett University. He is admissions tutor for adult nursing and leads a number of modules which promote critical engagement with nursing practice and policy.

Dr Steven Burton

Dr Steven Burton

Doctor Steven Burton is Strategic Lead for Innovation in The Carnegie School of Education. He lectures on areas such as safeguarding, professionalism in education, and education management.  He specialises in digital safeguarding for children and young people.

Professor Gijsbert Stoet

Professor Gijsbert Stoet

Professor Stoet is a psychologist with experience in experimental psychology, cognitive neuroscience, developmental and educational psychology.

Dr Alison Iredale

Dr Alison Iredale

Dr Iredale is a Course Director with responsibility for the post graduate distance learning provision in the Carnegie School of Education.

Dr Caroline Bligh

Dr Caroline Bligh

Caroline is the Head of Subject for Education, Childhood and Early Years within the University’s Carnegie School of Education – a strategic leadership role.

Marc Turu-Porcel

Marc Turu-Porcel

Marc is a part-time lecturer in Primary Education and Psychology.

Dr Michalis Kakos

Dr Michalis Kakos

Michalis's research and teaching experience cover the areas of citizenship and intercultural education, inclusive education and special educational needs. The aspect of schooling that Michalis is particularly interested in is the interaction between students and teachers and its role in young people's self-concept and socialisation.

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