I am interested to supervise PhD/EdD students in the areas mentioned above.
Completions and current supervisees
• Atef Bakhoom, ‘HIV/AIDS, hepatitis and sexually-transmitted infection prevention among Egyptian substance users’ University of East Anglia, UK, PhD studentship funded by the Ford Foundation, (second supervisor 2008-2010 and then external adviser) (FT)• Khan, T. ‘Teachers’ negotiating personal and professional identities in policy implementation about forced marriages’, London Metropolitan University, EdD student, (PT) • Gugu Ndimande Nare ‘Gender norms and identities in the implementation of an HIV/AIDS education programme in an urban school in Zimbabwe’, VC’s PhD Scholarship, London Metropolitan University, (FT) • Glendenning, F. ‘Career switchers: Professional Identities of mathematics teachers in the making’ UoW (PT) • Starr, S. ‘Exploring the applicability of a continuous improvement philosophy to a ‘self-improving school-led system’-A Soft System Approach’ UoW (PT) • Blower, A. ‘Boys of the Black Country: An investigation into progression of disadvantaged white males from the Midlands region to UK Higher Education institutions’ UoW, (FT) (UoW funded PhD), • Walton, A. ‘Shifting professional identities in a post-1992 University’ UoW (PT)• Wallis, T. ‘Gender and professional identities of trainee teachers on an access course in England’ UoW (PT)
Doctoral Supervisees at Brunel University
S. Haqpana, 'What makes a school Islamic: An exploration of the religious identity of Islamic private schools in the UK'
Chonan, A. 'Pedagogies of accountancy in further education in the UK'
Jalaf, M. 'An exploration of the leadership journeys of male BAME leaders in Education'
Annas, S. 'Ethnic minority students' experiences of team based learning'
Brown, K. 'An intersectional analysis off Balck female leaders' experiences in Secondary Education'
Igoute, N. 'Engagement of Muslim girls with the 'Empower' Curriculum'
Bois Y. ‘School related Gender-based Violence in Namibia’