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Rosie Moore is a Principal Lecturer in the School of Education and strategic EDI lead, developing new initiatives to promote staff and student equality and inclusion.


Her research interests are focused on developing understanding of inequality, diversity and inclusion for new and practising teachers in schools. She has a strong interest in anti-racist education and is currently engaged in a research study focused on ‘how university educators teach issues of race, ethnicity, culture and (in)equality with students on social science related degree programmes at UK Universities’.  


Rosie values a collaborative approach and this has resulted in her forming strong partnerships with specialist and mainstream educators locally, nationally and internationally. She has been part of the EU Spiral research project drawing together education partners from EU countries. She has led knowledge exchange activities and presented on her work in Spain and Germany.  Rosie has also recently developed external networks focused on Special Educational Needs with tutors and students with the Mauritius Institute of Education (MIE).


Rosie has been course leader of postgraduate programmes designed to develop specialist knowledge of autism and dyslexia for practising teachers. She also leads modules and tutor teams designing, developing and delivering input around equality and inclusion for new teachers, taking a decolonial and intersectional perspective.


Rosie is committed to a relational pedagogy which places positive relationships at the heart of her practice. She values developing student agency, collaborative learning through dialogue and critical reflection, encouraging and facilitating creative learning approaches and research informed teaching.


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