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Biography

Richard Rose is  Emeritus Professor of Inclusive Education at the University of Northampton. He has previously held posts as a teacher, head teacher and inspector in various parts of England. Richard trained as a teacher in Bristol before completing post-graduate studies at the Universities of Bristol, East Anglia and Leicester where he gained his doctorate. Richard held a position as Marden Fellow and Visiting Professor in Hong Kong. Prior to joining the University of Northampton Richard worked as a tutor for the Universities of Birmingham, and Leicester. He has conducted research for National Governments, Research Councils and NGOs including UNICEF and Sightsavers both in the UK and internationally.

Research Interests

Richard’s research interests are in the areas of inclusive education and children’s rights. He is currently directing a project into extending research competences in the area of disability and inclusion for the National Institution for Empowerment of Persons with Multiple Disabilities in India. He was  recently  Principal Investigator on a project investigating knowledge, attitudes and practices towards children with disabilities in Bhutan, funded by UNICEF. He was also director of Project IRIS, a longitudinal study into special educational provision in the Republic of Ireland. Richard has conducted research for research councils, charitable trusts and government organisations in the UK, China, Estonia, Malaysia, Malta, Ireland, Georgia, Cambodia and India.

He is currently supervising PhD students from both the UK and overseas who are conducting research into various aspects of inclusion and children’s rights.

Supervision

 

Richard has supervised 31 PhD Students to completion. His current research students are:

Maitreyee Buragohain; Special Education Needs and Inclusion

The Impact of Dance on Sociability skills of CWCN (Children with Complex Needs): A step towards Inclusion.

 

Divya Dubey; Special Education Needs and Inclusion

An investigation into the professional development needs of teachers (Upper primary and secondary level) to meet the diverse learning needs in Indian classrooms.

 

Pooja Haridarshan; Special Education Needs and Inclusion

The influence of the childhood experiences of women in Bangalore, India, upon their aspirations for their children: socio-cultural and academic perspectives. A community based study.

 

Edna Jackson; Special Education Needs and Inclusion

Special Educational Needs.

 

Malathy Krishnan; Special Education Needs and Inclusion

Investigating social emotional learning in children with special educational needs in special and mainstream schools in Bengaluru, India.

 

Eucharia McCarthy; Special Education Needs and Inclusion

A critical investigation into Inclusion Co-ordinators' (InCos') perspectives and experiences of implementing their role in pre-school settings in the mid-west of Ireland.

 

Sumathi Ravindranath; Special Education Needs and Inclusion

‘An investigation into the nature and extent to which methods taught during Montessori teacher training in Bangalore are applied by teachers in Montessori and mainstream schools.’

 

Sulata Sankardas Ajit; Special Education Needs and Inclusion.

Doctoral Research Project

 

Yu Zhao; Special Education Needs and Inclusion

An Investigation of Experiences of Pupils with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and School Provision during the Transition between Educational Phases in England.

Teaching Interests

Richard teaches modules on the MA in Special Needs and Inclusive Education, and also conducts research methods training for post-graduate students in India.

He conducts research training for early careers researchers in Cambodia and India.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Leicester

Award Date: 1 Jan 2000

Master, University of Leicester

Award Date: 1 Jun 1995

Master, University of East Anglia

Award Date: 1 Jun 1985

External positions

Member of Academic Advisory Committee Manovikas Kendra, Kolkata, India

2 Apr 2019 → …

Member of the Editorial Board Asia Journal of Inclusive Education

1 Sep 2012 → …

Member of the Advisory Board of Pramiti School, Bangalore, India

1 Apr 2010 → …

Member of the Editorial Board of Reach, Irish Journal of Special Educational Needs

1 Sep 2008 → …

Member of the Editorial Board of The Journal of Emotional and Behavoural Difficulties

1 Jan 2006 → …

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Research Output

  • Support provision for students with Special Educational Needs in Irish Primary Schools

    Rose, R. & Shevlin, M., 1 Jan 2020, In : Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs. 20, 1, p. 51-63 13 p.

    Research output: Contribution to JournalArticle

  • Developing Inclusive Education Policy in Sierra Leone: A Research Informed Approach

    Rose, R., Garner, P. & Farrow, B., 20 Mar 2019, Inclusion, Equity and Access for Individuals with Disabilities: Insights from Educators across the World. Halder, S. & Argyropoulos, V. (eds.). First ed. London: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd., p. 427 - 444 18 p.

    Research output: Contribution to Book/ReportChapter

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  • Secondary school transition for students with special educational needs in Ireland

    Rose, R., Shevlin, M. & McCoy, S., 17 Jun 2019, In : European Journal of Special Needs Education. p. 1-17 17 p.

    Research output: Contribution to JournalArticle

  • The Application of Inclusive Principles and Practice in Schools in South India: Successes and Challenges

    Rose, R. & Rajanahally, J., 15 Jan 2019, Education and Disability in the Global South: New Perspectives from Africa and Asia. Singal, N., Lynch, P. & Taneja Johansson, S. (eds.). London: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, p. 165 - 182 18 p.

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  • Coping with interpersonal relationships within higher education (universities)

    Bowen, P. W., Rose, R. & Pilkington, A., Apr 2018, In : International Journal of Academic Multidisciplinary Research. 2, 4, p. 1-11 11 p., 4.

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