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Lahore (Nov 5-6, 2010)
 
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Susan Elizabeth Waltham
BSc MSc PGCE Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Susan Elizabeth Waltham initially obtained a Bachelors of Science degree and then a Masters degree in Science. There followed a Postgraduate Certificate in Education with Qualified Teacher Status for students aged three to thirteen. Specialised elective studies drew her into working with young children.  Ms. Waltham’s final role as a school teacher was leading a team in a large, inner-city, ethnically-diverse nursery unit attached to a primary school in northern England. Since 1992, she has been a university lecturer on teacher training and related courses.

Ms. Waltham has been involved in the development of various honours degree programmes and in-service provision for teachers related to education. She teaches undergraduate and Masters students, specialising in child psychology and development, children's thinking and learning, and ethical dilemmas for professionals working in the field of childhood.

After presenting at the ‘Towards 2035: The School of Tomorrow’ conference in 2005, Ms. Waltham has worked closely with BSS to develop the curriculum for the Early Years.

Ms. Waltham’s research interests include children’s well being and engagement in learning in an educational environment, the design, resourcing and multi-agency staffing of Early Years settings, and identity construction in young children in racially and ethnically diverse settings.