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Mrs Dima Khazem
Room 913
UCL Institute of Education
20 Bedford Way
London
WC1H OAL
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Appointment
  • Lecturer (Teaching) MA Education
  • IOE - Curriculum, Pedagogy & Assessment
  • UCL Institute of Education
Biography

I am a lecturer and module leader on the MA Education programme where I have also worked as an admissions tutor for three years. From April 2020-December 2021, I was the Connected Learning Lead within the Department of Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment at UCL IOE supporting the move to remote and online teaching and learning through communication, training and readiness checking. I have also worked as a teaching fellow within three modules on the MA Education and International Development programme and as a module leader on the MA Global Learning, and as module leader and/or seminar tutor within three modules on the BA Education Studies programme at IOE. I have facilitated 25 post graduate research students at the Centre for Doctoral Education and taught seminars on Education and Conflict for MA EID students and on Critical Realism for PhD students at IOE.

From December 2017 till January 2019, I have worked as a consultant for a British Council funded schools project in Algeria, conducting research in 14 schools across 6 Governorates (Wilayas) and writing part of the Phase 2 baseline report.

I have moved to Higher Education having worked in teaching and journalism. I was a secondary Science and Biology teacher and Head of Health and Social Care for 16 years in schools across London, a secondary governor and Chair of Governors and  a member of the Brent Schools Forum. I have worked as a print and broadcast journalist for 10 years, including 8 years for BBC World TV as a news journalist. I also worked as a consultant and media trainer in the UK and the Middle East and a consultant for a DFID/IOM Conflict Resolution and Peace building project for Women in Somaliland. Following this, I edited and contributed to a project report published by IOM in 2002.


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Research Summary

I am interested in Education as Sustainability, Health Education, especially Sex Education, and Education and Conflict. I employ Critical Realism as an epistemology and have an interest in interdisciplinary research. My doctoral thesis examines the health impacts of climate change in the school curriculum with a focus on Egypt. 

ORCID identifier: 0000-0002-9918-8677

ResearchGate:

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Dima_Khazem

YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnKspZuqHg4

UCL Tea Time talk with Connected Learning Leads

https://mediacentral.ucl.ac.uk/Player/1aB0cB16



Teaching Summary

UCL Institute of Education, London


2021-ongoing: Lecturer (Teaching)/ Module Leader, MA Education

2020 & 2022: Module Leader/Senior Teaching Fellow MA DEGL 

2017-2021: Tutor, MA Education

2017-2021: LecturerUCL Summer school

2017: Teaching Fellow, MA Education and International Development

2017: Module Leader, BA Education

2015-2017: Seminar Tutor, BA Education

2015-2017: Facilitator, Centre for Doctoral Education.

2015-2018: Seminar Teaching for MA and PhD students on Critical Realism and Education and Conflict.

Academic Background
  MA Education, Health Promotion and International Development University of London
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