Dr ML White
Senior Lecturer, Education
ED 5.04, Stratford Campus
Cass School of Education and Communities
Following a career in secondary education, ML has taught in higher education since 2002 and has experience of working with undergraduate and postgraduate students. She is an experienced postgraduate supervisor and as a teacher educator committed to the promotion of social justice agendas.
ML has experience of collaborative research practices and has published in the areas of visual research methods and multimodal perspectives on urban schooling. She is involved in an international research project exploring the use of technologies for learning and teaching and the exploration of informal education contexts.
ML is an elected member of Academic Board at UEL, the Network 10 (Teacher Education) convenor for the European Education Research Association (EERA), an external examiner for a School Direct programme, a board member of the Parallel Learning Trust (MAT) and a Senior Fellow of the HEA.
Visual research methods
Collaborative research practices with children and young people
Multimodal perspectives on urban schooling
Technologies for learning and teaching in schools and in HE
Informal education contexts
UEL Sabbatical Amount: £12,000.00 (2016)
Elected member of Academic Board, Cass School of Education and Communities, University of East London
Member of the EdD Programme Committee, Cass School of Education and Communities, University of East London
Member of the Learning and Teaching Committee, Cass School of Education and Communities, University of East London
Member of the Technology Enhanced Learning Sub-Committee (TEL), Cass School of Education and Communities, University of East London
Board member Parallel Learning Trust (MAT)
ML teaches on undergraduate and postgraduate courses. She is a supervisor on the doctoral programme and a Director of Studies.
Module leader for ED5009 – Education, Identity and Social Justice (undergraduate)
Module leader for ED5012 - Researching Issues in Education (undergraduate)
Module leader for ET8908 – Research methodology: perspectives on research (EdD)