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Her educational interests include the development of learning and teaching styles and their effect on the self-esteem of adults and children. Doug Close is a management consultant in education and Principal of Close Associates, an independent group providing consultancy and inspection services. After an early career in computing and management in industry and commerce, he moved into higher education as a senior lecturer and then head of department in two polytechnics.
He is a registered inspector of schools, having led about 30 secondary inspections to date, and an HEFCE assessor in universities.
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Personal consultancy projects include headteacher mentoring, quality management and improvement, management development and information systems strategy in schools, colleges and universities. Nigel Cromey-Hawke is Head of Faculty in a north Somerset comprehensive school, conducting part-time doctoral research on an ESRC studentship into the long-term effects of school inspection. Jim Dames, Brookfield School, began his career at a London comprehensive, before moving to Gloucestershire where he taught in three different schools.
He has recently taken early retirement, and is currently enjoying family life.
Prior to joining Surrey in , [Page vii] he spent twelve years as a primary headteacher in two Hampshire schools. His main interest is in the management of schools, having taken part in the development of management competences with School Management South and being involved in both the Headlamp and NPQH initiatives. The current focus of his work is on Target Setting and School Improvement and he leads the primary team in the development of comparative information for schools. He is a Registered Inspector but his major role is in providing advice, training and inspection to a cluster of schools on behalf of the LEA.
He has published widely in the fields of educational management, governance and professional development. He is currently co-directing research projects on improving governing body effectiveness funded by the DfEE and primary school inspection funded by the Nuffield Foundation. He has published widely in the field of school management and his most recent book is Strategic Planning for School Improvement Pitman, He is also editor of School Leadership and Management, the international journal of leadership and school improvement.
She has been a headteacher of two primary schools.
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Her work involves supporting primary schools in developing school improvement programmes. He is responsible for management of the LEA's quality assurance procedures and the inspection of schools. He is the assigned inspector to half of the LEA's special schools. Prior to joining Gloucestershire in , he was the headteacher of a special school in Cumbria. Peter Lonsdale is currently deputy headteacher at Longhill School in Brighton. He is particularly interested in school improvement and methods of evaluating improvement.
As acting head he took a school through an OFSTED inspection and subsequently started researching the inspection process as a tool for school improvement. Geoff Lowe is a research associate at Sheffield Hallam University. Following eighteen years as the headteacher of a large 11—18 comprehensive school in Rotherham he took early retirement in to concentrate on doctoral research into the impact of OFSTED inspection on school development in a group of secondary schools.
She has long experience of preparing English graduates for teaching and has undertaken research into curriculum history.
She has worked as an associate adviser and trainer for the LEA, including work with governors and mentoring headteachers. He has had a long-standing interest in school evaluation, particularly self-evaluation, and in the application of evaluation methods for educational improvement. He edited a collection of studies applying quality assurance approaches in a variety of educational settings: Quality Improvement in Education — Case Studies in Schools, Colleges and Universities David Fulton, Previously she was head of infants of a large British school in the Far East.
On returning to the UK she took up deputy headship in Kingston upon Thames. She has a particular interest in the English curriculum, baseline assessment and the role of the manager within the school. Mel Vlaeminke worked in a large comprehensive school for ten years, teaching history and holding a position of pastoral responsibility in the upper school. At the University of Leicester School of Education since , she has taught PGCE students and researched and written on a range of topics, including the history of education, gender issues, citizenship, and moral and spiritual education.
Margaret Wood is a senior lecturer in educational studies at the University of Central Lancashire. Dr Wood was previously a teacher before moving into LEA work as an education officer and adviser. During her time as an adviser she worked as part of an LEA team on school improvement projects.
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