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Dr Janet Ramdeo


Lecturer in Higher Education (Inclusive Education)
BA(Hons), PGCE/QTS, MA, MEd, EdD, SFHEA

Academic and research departments

Surrey Institute of Education.

About

Areas of specialism

Teacher Education; 'Race' Equality; Inclusive Education

University roles and responsibilities

  • EDI Advisor (Race Equality)

    My qualifications

    2022
    EdD - Professional Doctorate in Education
    2014
    MEd - Master of Education (with Distinction)

    Previous roles

    Senior Teaching Associate - Education Reform and Innovation (International)
    University of Cambridge
    Programme Leader: Employment Based Routes (Early Years, Primary and Secondary
    Initial Teacher Training) inc. School Direct (salaried)
    UCL Institute of Education
    Director of Employment Based Routes (ITT)
    London South Bank University
    Senior Lecturer in Education (Primary and Early Years)
    St. Mary's University, Twickenham

    Affiliations and memberships

    Advance HE
    Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA). Awarded 2018.
    Association for Learning and Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE)
    Member of the Conference Committee (current).
    British Educational Research Association (BERA)
    SIG membership:
    Race, Ethnicity and Education
    ECR Network

    Teaching

    Publications

    Ramdeo, J. (2012) Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) trainee teachers’ narratives on ‘difference’: voiced perspectives of self and identity, in Inman, S. and Rogers, M. (Eds) Holding on to our values: Teacher education for sustainable development and global citizenship, London: CCCI London South Bank University, pp. 18-32. ISBN: 978-0-946786-75-6.
    Ramdeo, J. (2011) Voiced perspectives on ‘difference: using narrative to examine lived experience of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) trainee teachers on an employment-based route’, in Inman, S. and Rogers, M. (Eds) Building Capacity for ESD/GC in times of change: 2011 Conference Proceedings, London: UK TE ESD/GC Network, pp. 100-105. ISBN: 978-0-946786-72-5.