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Dr Irenie Lowry

Assistant Professor

Department: Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing

 Dr Irenie Lowry, Senior Lecturer in Education at Northumbria University

Irenie Lowry is the Programme Leader for MA Education and Master of Education here at Northumbira.

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E104 Coach Lane Campus West



Susan Edgar hat are the elements of PGCE Programmes which demonstrate effective connected practice between HE ITE Providers and schools that result in good outcomes for Primary Trainee Teachers which could inform signature pedagogy for ITE? Start Date: 09/11/2012 End Date: 24/06/2017

  • Teacher Training PGCE June 01 2004
  • Linguistics PhD June 01 2003
  • Linguistics MA June 01 1995
  • Linguistics BA (Hons) June 01 1994


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