Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity (CREID)

Teaching and supervision

CREID is associated with several postgraduate programmes at the University of Edinburgh.

Courses associated with CREID include:

Details of all the School's post-graduate programmes are also available

PhD students

CREID's current and recent PhD students
Name Degree and Project Title
Anna Byerley Scottish primary school teacher perspectives on multicultural and anti-racist education
Jessica Pei Wen Chong Discourses, Decisions, Designs: an international comparative analysis of “special” educational policymaking
Chia-Wen Chang Head teachers’ views on the inclusion of students with special educational needs in Taiwan
Katherine Friend Assessing the intersections of masculinity, social class, and underrepresented student transition during the first year of university at three peer institutions: Edinburgh, Scotland; Durham, England; Madison, Wisconsin
Kilines Gwajima Gender representations in English literature texts in Tanzanian secondary schools
Evgenia Karampesini The Economic Crisis and Inclusive Education In Greece
Kristina Konstantoni Young children’ views of ethnic diversity in Scotland
Geetha Marcus Improving Understanding of the Experiences of Gypsy/Travellers in Scotland
Rachel O’Neill How are texts modified for deaf learners and what effect do these texts have on their learning and achievement?
Richard Purves The role of Scotland’s colleges: Balancing economic and social objectives
Yuchen Wang The theory and practice of inclusive education in China
Kevin Wright Classroom assistants in Scottish schools: Discourses of love and work
Jian Zhu Gender differences in the employment expectations of final year undergraduates in a university in Central China