Dr Linda Dunne

Name: Dr Linda Dunne
Department: Secondary and Further Education
Current position: Senior Lecturer Secondary and Further Education
Email: dunnel@edgehill.ac.uk
Location: Ormskirk Main Campus, Faculty of Education

Biography

Teaching:

  • Senior Lecturer, Edge Hill University 2006-2017
  • Foundation Degree Course Leader, Edge Hill University 2001-2006
  • Head of English in 2 north-west special schools 1995-2001.
  • English Teacher, 1982-1995.

Qualifications:

  • BA English, Christ’s College, Liverpool, 1982
  • PGCE English, University of Nottingham,1983
  • M.Ed: Education, University of Sheffield, 2001
  • Doctorate in Education (Ed.D), University of  Sheffield, 2008

Research:

  • Social justice research; qualitative methodologies; post-structuralism.

Published work:

Authored:

  • Adams, J., Cochrane, M., Dunne, L. (2011) Applying Theory to Educational Research: A case study approach, London, Wiley-Blackwell,

Chapters in books:

  • Dunne, L. (2011) Poststructuralist theory and the politics of inclusion In Adams, L., Cochrane, M., Dunne, L. (eds), Applying Theory to Educational Research: a case study approach, London, Wiley Blackwell.
  • Dunne, L. and O’Connor, L. (2012) ‘Inclusion’ In G, Goddard, A, Walton (eds), Supporting Every Child: A Course Book for Foundation Degree Teaching Assistants, London, Learning Matters 2nd Edition.

Journal articles:

  • Dunne, L., Kay, V., Boyle, R., Obadan, F., and Lander, V. (2018) ‘I love a curry’: student-teacher discourse around ‘race’ and ethnicity at a UK university’. Journal of Education and Teaching (44) 2.
  • Dunne, L., Hallett, F., Kay, V., and Woolhouse, C. (2018) ‘Spaces of inclusion: investigating place, positioning and perspective in educational settings through photo-elicitation’. International Journal of Inclusive Education.  22 (1): 21-37.
  • Dunne, L., Hallett, F., Kay, V. and Woolhouse, C. (2017) ‘Visualising Inclusion: Employing a photo-elicitation methodology to explore views of inclusive education’, SAGE Research Methods Cases. http://srmo.sagepub.com/cases.
  • Woolhouse, C., Dunne, L., Hallett, F., and Kay, V. (2017). Perceptions of inclusion. Inclusion Now. Published by Alliance for Inclusive Education (ALLFIE), Spring 2017 (46):9-11
  • Pye, G., Williamson, S., and Dunne, L. (2016) ‘Student Academic Mentoring (SAM): peer support and undergraduate study’. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education (Special Edition) pp. 1-23.
  • Duckworth, V., Lord, J.,  Dunne, L., Finn, K.,  Watmore S., and Atkins, L. (2016) ‘Creating feminized critical spaces and co-caring communities of practice outside patriarchal managerial landscapes’. Gender and Education’ 28 (7) 913-917.
  • Collinson, C., Dunne, L., Woolhouse, C. (2012) Re-visioning disability and dyslexia down the camera lens: interpretations of representations on UK university websites and in a UK government guidance paperStudies in Higher Education, 37 (7) 859-873.
  • Dunne, L., and Moore, A. (2011) ‘From Boy to man: a personal story of ADHD’ Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, 16 (3)
  • Dunne, L. (2009) EdD Thesis abstract: Discourses of Inclusion, Disability and Society, 24 (4)
  • Dunne, L.  (2009) Discourses of Inclusion: a critique, Power and Education, 1 (1)
  • Woolhouse, C, Dunne, L, Goddard, G. (2009) ‘Teaching assistants’ experiences of economic, social and cultural change following completion of a Foundation degree’, International Journal of Lifelong Education, 28 (6), 763-776
  • Dunne, L., Goddard, G and Woolhouse, C. (2008) ‘Teaching assistants’ perceptions of their professional role and their experiences of doing a Foundation degree’.   Improving Schools, 11 (3),  239-249.
  • Dunne, L, Goddard, G, Woolhouse, C (2008) Mapping the changes: a critical exploration into the changing career trajectories of teaching assistants who undertake a Foundation degree, Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 60 (1), 49-59

Knowledge Transfer and Enterprise

Presenting at conferences:

 

  • Dunne, L., Kay, V., Boyle, R., and Obadan, F. (2016) Student-teacher  perceptions of race and ethnicity Edge Hill University Faculty of Education Conference.
  • Dunne, L., Hallett, F., Kay, V. and Woolhouse, C. (2015) Seminar presentation on the use of photo-elicitation and inclusive education. British Educational Research Association (BERA), Belfast
  • Dunne, L., Hallett, F., Kay, V. and Woolhouse, C. (2015) Workshop on the use of photo-elicitation and inclusive education. British Educational Research Association (BERA), Belfast
  • Dunne, L., Hallett, F., Kay, V. and Woolhouse, C. (2015) The use of photo-elicitation and inclusive education. European Educational Research Association (ECER), Budapest
  • Dunne, L, Kay, V. and Woolhouse, C. (2015) The use of photo-elicitation and inclusive education. European Educational Research Association (BERA), Belfast
  • Pye, G., Williamson, S., and Dunne, L., (2015) Evaluation of SAM project for undergraduate students. Edge Hill University Faculty of Education Conference.
  • Dunne, L. and Moore, A. (2011) ‘From Boy to man: a story of ADHD’, British Educational Research Association (BERA), London
  • Dunne, L (2010) ‘Poststructuralism and educational research’ Centre for Learner Identity, Edge Hill University
  • Dunne, L, Goddard, G, Woolhouse, C (2009) `Mapping the changes: a longitudinal study of the career trajectories and experiences of classroom teaching assistants who undertake a Foundation Degree’, British Educational Research Association (BERA), Manchester
  • Dunne, L, Woolhouse, C (2009) `Teacher’s use you’. Knowledge, discourse, and the role of the teaching assistant’, European Conference Educational Research (ECER), Vienna University.
  • Dunne, L (2008) ‘Discourses of inclusion: a critique’, British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, Edinburgh
  • Dunne, L, Goddard, G, Woolhouse, C (2008) ‘Starting a Foundation degree: Teaching Assistants self-perceptions of their personal and professional identities’, Standing Conference on University Teaching and Research in the Education of Adults (SCUTREA) Conference, Edinburgh
  • Goddard, G, Dunne, L, Woolhouse, C (2008) ‘Lifelong learning; economic, social and cultural change experienced by educational support staff’, European Conference in Educational Research (ECER), Goteborg, Sweden
  • Dunne, L, Goddard, G, Woolhouse, C (2008) ‘Resisting the utilitarian utopia: teaching assistants’ experiences of doing a Foundation Degree’, Discourse, Power and Resistance Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU)
  • Dunne, L, Goddard, G, Woolhouse, C (2007) ‘The changing career trajectories of teaching assistants’., British Education Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference, London

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