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Mrs Gill Brackenbury
24 Woburn Square
Tel: 020 7612 6894
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  • Associate Professor (Teaching)
  • IOE - Psychology & Human Development
  • UCL Institute of Education

Over thirty years teaching experience in schools and higher education; lecturing in special educational needs, language and literacy difficulties. Extensive experience of teacher education including national initiatives in professional development in literacy and dyslexia. Specific research interests include; literacy, the education of children in care, and knowledge exchange between researchers and practitioners.

Teaching Summary

As Director of the UCL Centre for Inclusive Education I have led on the strategic direction of different knowledge mobilisation programmes, such as Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants (MITA) and Supporting Spoken Language in the Classroom (SSLiC).  I lead and teach on the SpLD (dyslexia) MA, a new International Leadership in Inclusive Education MA and a MA in Special and Inclusive Education in Cairo, Egypt.  I also contribute to the PGCE and BEd SEN option modules.

01-APR-2014 Current - Director UCL Centre for Inclusive Education Psychology and Human Development UCL Institute of Education, United Kingdom
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