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Julie Bailey MA MEd PGCE MBPsS

Doctoral Researcher, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge

https://twitter.com/JulieBailey222


research, training and support for inclusive education

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Research Projects

Learning Engagement: an innovative educational inclusion research project

This project is currently recruiting undergraduates to explore their experience of learning activities. We are particularly keen to hear from autistic studetns and students with ADHD or anxiety.

Publications

Bailey, J., & Baker, S. T. (2020). A synthesis of the quantitative literature on autistic pupils’ experience of barriers to inclusion in mainstream schools. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs. https://doi.org/10.1111/1471-3802.12490

Boyle, L., & Bailey, J. (2022). A case for the reconceptualisation of autism in Vietnam. Southeast Asia Early Childhood Journal, 11(1), 76-105. https://doi.org/10.37134/saecj.vol11.1.6.2022

Autism blog series for the Faculty of Education Research Students’ Association at the Univesity of Cambridge


research

Exploring the impact of learning mode on student engagement.

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training

Bespoke training on aspects of educational inclusion.

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support

Education consultancy and academic mentoring.

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researcher, teacher, school governor and mentor …

Julie is an experienced teacher, academic mentor and researcher based in Cambridge. Her doctoral research at Cambridge University’s Faculty of Education explores barriers to inclusion for autistic students.

Inclusive educational practice relies on a sound understanding of the differences in the ways individual pupils experience and think about their learning. Julie’s work combines research into differences in the learning experience with a focus on inclusive educational practice.  

Julie is also a specialist learning mentor for the University of Cambridge and supervises undergraduates studying education. She is Chair of Governors for The Cavendish School, specialist provision for autistic children and young people.



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