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Dr Amelia Roberts
Room 302
24 Woburn Square
London
WC1H 0AA
Tel: +44 (0)20 7612 6292
Appointment
  • Lecturer in Education (Joint Professional Development)
  • IOE PHD Centre for Inclusive Educ
  • IOE - Psychology & Human Development
  • UCL Institute of Education
Biography

  • My role in UCL Centre for Inclusive Education includes working internationally (Oman, Falkland Islands, China, Sweden) and with UK Local Authorities and School Alliances to improve the attainment and participation of pupils with SEND. I am the joint programme leader for the MTeach (SEN) and supervise 3 doctoral students. I also lead on two 15 credit modules in Language, Literacy and Social Interaction and Physical and Sensory Needs and am developing a new PGCert in Inclusive Education.

I lead on the development of a new Knowledge Exchange programme in Social, Emotional and Mental Health; SWERL (Supporting Wellbeing, Emotional Resilience and Learning) which is currently being piloted.


  • My PhD research focused on teacher professional development in the context of High Quality Teaching for inclusion and my current research interests include exploring wider outcomes for vulnerable pupils, including looked-after children. I lived and worked for 10 years in Hong Kong, including lecturing in the Psychology of Education in Hong Kong City University.

Research Summary
Current research interests: Knowledge Exchange Programme SWERL (Supporting Wellbeing, Emotional Regulation and Learning) and MARAT (Making Autism Research Accessible to Teachers) and exploring Lesson Study in Special Schools.
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