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Biography

Winnie has developed her academic career on a strong foundation of supporting students with special educational needs with creative approaches. She has earned her Master of Philosophy and her Ph.D in the University of Cambridge. Her Ph.D. is in the broad field of special and inclusive education with a focus on self-regulated learning, and creativity and curriculum and design. She is particularly keen on understanding students’ learning needs and encouraging students’ voice in an educational setting.

Winnie is a lecturer in the faculty of Health, Education and Society at the University of Northampton. She is also supporting undergraduate students as a supervisor in the University of Cambridge and being a Visiting Academic in the University of St. Joseph in Macao.

Winnie is also the founder of ‘Building Joy’ in the U.K., which aims to enhance children’s self-regulation skills, literacy and numeracy learning, and interpersonal skills using LEGO – learning through play. Winnie devoted to research and developing different curriculums, providing guidance to students on their academic path and career development, as well as training professional teachers.

Winnie is a member of the National U.K. Therapists Register – SFTR.

Research Interests

Her research interests include: Self-regulation, Special Educational Needs, Learning through Play, Curriculum Design, Educational Psychology.

Teaching Interests

Modules that Winnie teaches on

  • EDUM074 –  International perspectives on education
  • EDUM123 – Perspectives on Leadership

She also supervises masters students.

Education/Academic qualification

Ph.D in Education, University of Cambridge

Award Date: 31 Aug 2017

MPhil in Research Methods, University of Cambridge

Award Date: 31 Aug 2012

MEd in Education, University of Macau

Award Date: 31 Aug 2007

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