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Louise Arnold

Senior Lecturer

Cass School of Education and Communities

Louise is the programme leader for the MA SEN, PGCert in Understanding and Supporting Behaviour and PGCert Autism Spectrum Conditions and Learning. She teaches across these programmes and also on the Early Childhood programmes. She is best contacted by email! :-)

    Louise is a senior lecturer in the Cass School of Education and Communities, teaching on the MA SEN and the Early Childhood programmes. She read Early Childhood Studies and Sociology for her undergraduate degree, and during this time gained experience teaching in a primary school in India, as well as assisting in establishing a tribal kindergarten in the rural Palani hills. She then spent some time doing research in Ethiopia, concerning attitudes towards children with disabilities. She returned to the UK to start her MSc in Analysis and Intervention in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilites at the Tizard Centre, and won the Tizard prize for outstanding effort during her studies. Louise gained a PGCert in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education at UEL, which also gave her Fellowship to the Higher Education Academy.  She has worked at two higher education institutes, and also has experience supporting children in varied educational and play-based settings, and on a one-to-one basis. She is passionate about children's rights, voices and opinions!


    Overview

    Louise is currently studying for her PhD at UEL, exploring children's participation in the creation of their Education, Health and Care Plan, working towards emancipatory and participatory methods.


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    Funding

    SEN and disability- experiences of children, their parents/carers and siblings; views, voices and opinions of children and young people; freedom in early childhood; social and emotional development in the early years; ethical research with children.


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    MA SEN
    Early Childhood Programmes

    Teaching