Suanne Gibson’s specialist areas of teaching and research are disability, special educational needs and critical pedagogy. She leads the BA Education Studies at Plymouth University, tutors and lectures undergraduate, Masters and PhD students and has published widely in the area of special education needs and teaching and learning in higher education. In 2013 she was awarded an International Scholarship with the Higher Education Academy for her work on ‘inclusive pedagogy’. Her work currently focuses on questions of the nature, importance and complexities of ‘relationship’ in inclusive education.
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