Jo's specific research interests include educational partnerships, and inter-professional working. More broadly, Jo is particularly interested in issues around professional and organisational activity, professional identity, and engagement of stakeholders in education and support services. She is also interested in aspirations and achievement of young people.
Jo has a broad range of expertise in both qualitative and quantitative research methods and has used both extensively over the course of her research career.
Alongside Paul Howard-Jones, she is co-cordinator of M-BESC, the research centre for Mind and Brain in Educational and Social Contexts.
Jo Rose comes from a social psychology background, and since 2006 has been carrying out research in inter-professional collaboration and multi-agency working, and educational partnerships. Her work on inter-professional collaboration has been well-received by inter-professional teams and by local authorities, who have used her findings at workshops and seminars to help them reflect on and develop their own collaborative working. Prior to 2006, Jo carried out research in school and teacher effectiveness, and teacher professional development.
Jo joined the Graduate School of Education at Bristol in December 2009 as a research associate on the CReSt project funded by the QCDA ...
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