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Dr Sveta Mayer
UCL Institute of Education, University College London
20 Bedford Way
London
WC1H 0AL
Appointment
  • Lecturer in Educational Leadership
  • IOE - Learning & Leadership
  • UCL Institute of Education
Biography

I am a lecturer at UCL Institute of Education, Department of Learning and Leadership and member of the Bloomsbury Colleges Educational Neuroscience Centre Research Group.  My current research and teaching is interdisciplinary within the field of educational neuroscience.  My research is mixed methods and participatory with focus upon design and evaluation of education interventions for social, emotional and cognitive development for children from low socio-economic backgrounds or who have neurodevelopment disorder (specifically Autism).  I have considerable experience of supporting education practitioners’ evidence-based practice through inquiry-based learning, from early years to KS5.  My current research projects are: UnLocke project funded by Education Endowment Fund/Wellcome Trust (www.unlocke.org), Youth MHFA One Day Training Evaluation funded by Mental Health First Aid England (https://mhfaengland.org/individuals/youth/1-day/) and Design and Effectiveness of a Social-Emotional Regulation Education Tool for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder funded through UCL Seed Funding.  

Research Themes
Research Summary

Synopsis of Current Research Interests 

Intervention design and evaluation within complex classroom settings for social-emotional cognition and mental health (self-regulation and perceptual change) in children presenting with typical and atypical development from low socio-economic backgrounds or with neurodevelopment disorder Autism Spectrum Disorder. Drawing upon instructional design theory and developmental cognitive neuroscience to target intervention design for bespoke computer-based blended learning tools. Ascertaining intervention effectiveness and efficacy for social-emotional cognition, executive function and mental health utilising mixed methods, participatory research and randomised control trial using educational, behavioural and cognitive measures.  Combined intervention design and evaluation (educational, psychosocial and pharmaceutical) supporting neurodevelopment. DBS: 001529812298 (Enhanced, May 2016).


Teaching Summary

University College London Institute of Education

2014-Present: MSc/MA Educational Neuroscience - Lecturer; Academic Facilitator; Dissertation Supervisor.

2014-Present: MA Early Childhood Education – Lecturer; Dissertation supervisor.

2014-present: MPhil/PhD Online Course Module Lead and Lecturer;  EdD Course Tutor and Supervisor.

2010-2016: MA Leadership (Teach First) – Programme Lead, Lecturer; Dissertation Supervisor.

2007-2011: PGCert Leading Inquiry-based Professional Learning Communities – Programme Lead; Lecturer.

Lampton School, Hounslow, UK

2002-2006: Subject Lead for AS Psychology; Subject Co-lead for A2 Psychology; Teacher AS/A2 Psychology, Teacher KS3/4 Science, Networked Learning Community School-based Research Advocate.

King’s College London, University of London

1996-1997: MSc. Drug Dependence – Module Lead, Lecturer; Academic Facilitator; Dissertation Supervisor.

Appointments
01-SEP-2009 Lecturer Department of Learning and Leadership University College London - Institute of Education, United Kingdom
01-JAN-2007 – 31-AUG-2009 Visiting Academic London Centre for Leadership in Learning Institute of Education, University of London, United Kingdom
01-APR-2002 – 31-DEC-2006 Subject Lead KS5 Psychology, Teacher KS3-KS4 Science Science Lampton School, United Kingdom
01-JUL-1997 – 31-AUG-1999 Post doctoral Fellowship Department of Molecular and Biomedical Pharmacology University of Kentucky, United States
01-JAN-1996 – 31-JAN-1997 Lecturer Department of Pharmacology King's College London, University of London, United Kingdom
01-JUL-1994 – 31-OCT-1995 Research Associate Department of Pharmacology King's College London, University of London, United Kingdom
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