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Dr Beate Hellawell
Institute of Education
20 Bedford Way
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  • Lecturer in Education
  • IOE - Curriculum, Pedagogy & Assessment
  • UCL Institute of Education

Over the years, Beate has worked as a play policy officer, primary teacher, reading recovery teacher, dyslexia specialist, NVQ assessor for teaching assistants, and lecturer in further and higher education institutions. Beate has also worked as SEND advisor for a local authority and currently leads a SEND assessment and review team.

Research Summary

Beate's research interests include policy enactment, professionalism and notions of professional ethics and partnership working. She completed a professional doctorate (EdD) at King's College London, focusing on partnership working and the SEND Code of Practice 2015.

Teaching Summary

Beate is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. 

She is part of the MA Education programme team and is teaching on the following modules:

- What is Education? (CPAS0117)

- Understanding Research (CPAS0134)

- Dissertation (CPAS0118)

Beate has previously taught modules relating to special educational needs at undergraduate and post-graduate levels and supervised dissertations.

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