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School of Education alumni
Alumni from the School of Education come from all over the world, and have very different backgrounds.
Find out a little more about some of our outstanding alumni, as they share the reasons why they chose the School of Education to continue their studies, and the impact achieved on their future growth and career path.
André Hedlund MSc in Psychology in Education
I’ve worked both as a teacher and a coordinator but it was in 2015 that I realized that I love training teachers. I write for a blog about neuroscience, psychology, and education. I am the current president of an NGO called Partners of the Americas Goiás, whose purpose is to connect, serve, and change lives through local and global actions, and I want to change education in my country.
Kenneth Gyamerah MSc in Education (Policy and International Development)
I am a teacher and Global Youth Advocate for Education. I am a Chevening Scholar, Associate Fellow of the Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS), UNCTAD Youth Delegate, and Fellow of President Obama’s Young African Leaders Emerging Leaders Programme. My research interests centres on teacher education in Sub-Saharan Africa, alternative education, and education for sustainable development.
Melisa Porter MSc. Education (Leadership & Policy)
I am a Global Advocate for quality and inclusive education with specific focus on early childhood development and children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). It is my philosophy that the most vulnerable among us deserve our undiluted attention and protection.
Evans Lwimba MSc Education (Inclusive Education)
I am a Zambian young man, profoundly deaf but I can speak. My area of interest is the inclusion of the Deaf (Hearing Impaired) learners in mainstream school life through the provision of Sign Language as per the Social Model of Disability. I have a first degree in Special Education from the University of Zambia.
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