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Prof. Richard Rose

  • Job title: Professor of Education
  • Department: Special Education Needs & Inclusion

General information

Richard Rose is Professor of Inclusive Education at the University of Northampton. He has previously held posts as a teacher, head teacher and inspector in various parts of England. Richard trained as a teacher in Bristol before completing post-graduate studies at the Universities of Bristol, East Anglia and Leicester where he gained his doctorate. Prior to joining the University of Northampton Richard worked as a tutor for the Universities of Birmingham, and Leicester.

Teaching

Richard co-ordinates modules on the MA in Special Needs and Inclusive Education in Bangalore India. In addition he teaches on the MA programme based in Northampton.

Research

Richard’s research interests are in the areas of inclusive education and children’s rights. He is currently Principal Investigator on a project investigating knowledge, attitudes and practices towards children with disabilities in Bhutan, funded by UNICEF. He is also director of Project IRIS, a longitudinal study into special educational provision in the Republic of Ireland. Richard has conducted research for research councils, charitable trusts and government organisations in the UK, China, Estonia, Malaysia, Malta, Ireland, Georgia and India.

He is currently supervising PhD students from both the UK and overseas who are conducting research into various aspects of inclusion and children’s rights.

Publications

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2016

  1. Rose, R. (2016) Inclusion: a process of building upon existing structures rather than demolishing and starting again. Invited Keynote presented to: 2nd International Conference on Education for Sustainable Development: Empowering Individuals with Multiple Disability, Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi, 27-28 February 2016.
  2. Bowen, P. W., Rose, R. and Pilkington, A. (2016) Perceived stress amongst university academics. American International Journal of Contemporary Research. 6(1), pp. 22-28. 2162-139X.
  3. Perepa, P., Howley, M., Garner, P., Preece, D., Rose, R. and Farrow, B. (2016) Situation Analysis on Inclusive Education and Children with Autism in the Sultanate of Oman: Ten-Year Autism Strategy and Five-Year Autism Action Plan for children with ASD. (Unpublished)
  4. Bowen, P. W., Pilkington, A. and Rose, R. (2016) The relationship between emotional intelligence and well-being in academic employees. International Journal of Social Science Studies. 4(5), pp. 1-9. 2324-8033.

2015

  1. Rose, R. and Doveston, M. (2015) Collaboration across cultures: planning and delivering professional development for inclusive education in India. Support For Learning. 30(3), pp. 177-191. 0268-2141.
  2. Rose, R., Shevlin, M., Winter, E. and O'Raw, P. (2015) Project IRIS - Inclusive Research in Irish Schools. A Longitudinal Study of the Experiences of and Outcomes for Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) in Irish Schools. Trim, Ireland: National Council for Special Education.
  3. Howley, M., Perepa, P., Preece, D., Garner, P. and Rose, R. (2015) Situation Analysis on Inclusive Education and Action Plan for Children with Autism in Oman: Comprehensive Literature review. (Submitted)
  4. Shevlin, M. and Rose, R. (2015) Understanding special educational provision in the Republic of Ireland: implications for support and teaching strategies. In: Broinowski, I. (ed.) Conference Proceedings: The Future of Education. 5th. Florence, Italy: Libreria Universitaria. pp. 189-193.

2014

  1. Engh, K. R. and Rose, R. (2014) Assessment for Learning in Inclusive Schools. Oslo: Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research. 9789941069543.
  2. Devecchi, C., Rose, R. and Shevlin, M. (2014) Education and the capabilities of children with special needs. In: Sarojini-Hart, C., Biggeri, M. and Babic, B. (eds.) Agency and Participation in Childhood and Youth: International Applications of the Capability Approach in Schools and Beyond. London: Bloomsbury. pp. 145-162.
  3. Rose, R. (2014) Inclusion and the standards agenda: a reflective commentary. Support for Learning. 29(1), pp. 54-56. 0268-2141.
  4. Rose, R. (2014) Inclusion: a concept gathering momentum internationally. Invited Keynote presented to: International Conference on Multi-Cultural Education, Xinjiang Normal University, Ürümqi, China, 20-21 June 2014.
  5. Rose, R. (2014) Richard Rose on international collaboration and inclusive education. [Podcast]. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: Concordia University College of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada.
  6. Rose, R., Doveston, M., Rajanahally, J. and Jament, J. (2014) What is effective inclusion? Interpreting and evaluating a western concept in an Indian context. In: Forlin, C. and Loreman, T. (eds.) Measuring Inclusive Education. London: Emerald. pp. 37-51.
  7. Kakabadse, N. K., Marzec, N. and Rose, R. (2014) What next for children's services? Can policy at a local or national level have any significant impact on the outcomes for children and their families? International Journal of Adolescence and Youth. 19(1), pp. 84-98. 0267-3843.

2013

  1. Rose, R. (2013) Book review: Special and Inclusive Education, a Research Perspective. European Journal of Special Needs Education. 28(2), pp. 234-237. 0885-6257.
  2. Rose, R. and Doveston, M. (2013) Inclusion through learning: what do we mean by inclusive pedagogies? Invited Keynote presented to: Learn 2013: Inclusion through Education and Vocation, Taj Connemara Hotel, Chennai, India, 13-14 September 2013.
  3. Shevlin, M., Winter, E., Rose, R. and O'Raw, P. (2013) Investigating perceptions of the assessment process for pupils with special educational needs within an Irish context. Irish Educational Studies. 32(2), pp. 121-137. 0332-3315.
  4. Rose, R., Doveston, M., Rajanahally, J., Jament, J. and Visser, J. (2013) Supporting inclusive classrooms: can Western approaches to teaching be applied within an Indian context? Paper presented to: 21st Conference of The Asian Federation on Intellectual Disabilities (AFID): Towards Dignity & Quality of Life - Evolving Individual Capacity with Family & Community Participation, New Delhi, India, 07-11 October 2013.

2012

  1. Rose, R. (2012) Beyond the school gates: promoting inclusion through community partnership. In: Boyle, C. and Topping, K. (eds.) What Works in Inclusion? Maidenhead: Open University Press. pp. 139-149.
  2. Rose, R., Shevlin, M., Winter, E., O'Raw, P. and Zhao, Y. (2012) Individual education plans in the Republic of Ireland: an emerging system. British Journal of Special Education. 39(3), pp. 110-116. 0952-3383.
  3. Rose, R. (2012) Ownership of the inclusion agenda: supporting communities towards a more equitable education system. Invited Keynote presented to: North South Dialogue IV: Implementing Tools of Change for Inclusion, Goa, India, 19-23 February 2012.
  4. Rose, R. (2012) Volunteer engagement with young people at risk of exclusion: developing new perceptions of pupil and adult relationships. In: Cole, T., Daniels, H. and Visser, J. (eds.) The Routledge International Companion to Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties. London: Routledge. pp. 288-295.

2011

  1. Rose, R. (2011) Developing inclusive schools: the transferability of a western concept to an Indian education context. Invited Keynote presented to: Inclusive Education: Pedagogies and Issues Conference, Bangalore, India, 22-23 January 2011.
  2. Rose, R. (2011) Inclusive education: the transferability of a western concept to an India context. Invited Keynote presented to: Inclusive Education: Pedagogies and Issues, Bangalore, India, 22-23 Janaury 2011.
  3. Rose, R., Shevlin, M., Winter, E. and O'Raw, P. (2011) Investigating inclusive education in Ireland: constructing case studies for the identification of commonalities and exceptionalities. Paper presented to: European Educational Research Conference 2011 (ECER 2011): Urban Education, Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany, 12-16 September 2011.
  4. Rose, R., Shevlin, M., Winter, E. and O'Raw, P. (2011) Investigating special educational provision in Irish mainstream schools: the perspectives of key stage holders. Paper presented to: Irish Association of Teachers in Special Education (IATSE) 23rd Annual International Conference: Teaching & Learning - Forging Ahead, Drumcondra, Dublin, 09-11 June 2011.

2010

  1. Garner, P. and Rose, R. (2010) A national strategy for supporting teacher educators to prepare teachers for inclusion. In: Forlin, C. (ed.) Teacher Education for Inclusion: Changing Paradigms and Innovative Approaches. London: Routledge. pp. 23-33.
  2. Rose, R. (2010) Addressing the challenges of school exclusion for pupils labeled as having ADHD: a response to Fintan O’Regan’s Exclusion from school and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. International Journal of Emotional Education. 2(2), pp. 19-22. 2073-7629.
  3. Forlin, C. and Rose, R. (2010) Authentic school partnerships for enabling inclusive education in Hong Kong. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs. 10(1), pp. 13-22. 1471-3802.
  4. Rose, R., (ed.) (2010) Confronting Obstacles to Inclusion: International Responses to Developing Inclusive Education. London: Routledge. 9780415493611.
  5. Haller, B., Ralph, S. and Zaks, Z. (2010) Confronting obstacles to inclusion: how the US news media report disability. In: Rose, R. (ed.) Confronting Obstacles to Inclusion: International Responses to Developing Inclusive Education. London: Routledge. pp. 9-30.
  6. Forlin, C., Slee, R., Rouse, M., Garner, P., Rose, R. and Ashman, A. (2010) Education for inclusion: changing paradigms. Workshop presented to: Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress (ISEC): Promoting Diversity and Inclusive Practice, Queen’s University, Belfast, 02 - 05 August 2010.
  7. Rose, R. and Forlin, C. (2010) Impact of training on change in practice for education assistants in a group of international private schools in Hong Kong. International Journal of Inclusive Education. 14(3), pp. 309-323. 1360-3116.
  8. McPhillips, T., Bell, S. and Doveston, M. (2010) Overcoming barriers to the acquisition of literacy in 21st century inclusive classrooms. In: Rose, R. (ed.) Confronting Obstacles to Inclusion: International Responses to Developing Inclusive Education. Abingdon: Routledge. pp. 213-226.
  9. Rose, R., Shevlin, M., Winter, E. and O'Raw, P. (2010) Special and inclusive education in the Republic of Ireland: reviewing the literature from 2000 to 2009. European Journal of Special Needs Education. 25(4), pp. 359-373. 0885-6257.
  10. Rose, R. and Garner, P. (2010) The professional learning of teachers through experience in an international and intercultural context. In: Forlin, C. (ed.) Teacher Education for Inclusion: Changing Paradigms and Innovative Approaches. London: Routledge. pp. 23-33.

2009

  1. Rose, R. and O'Neill, A. (2009) A value for money and policy review initiative, Special Needs Assistant (SNA) Scheme.
  2. Rose, R. (2009) Addressing the education of school pupils with special educational needs: international trends and responsibilities. In: Life, S. (ed.) Challenges and Moves in Education. Hefei: Anhui University Press.
  3. Rose, R. (2009) Book review : Disability Classification in Education: Issues and Perspetives, edited by Florian, L. & McLaughlin, M. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs. 9(1), pp. 62-63. 1471-3802.
  4. Rose, R. and O'Neill, A. (2009) Classroom support for inclusion in England and Ireland: an evaluation of contrasting models. Research in Comparative and International Education. 4(3), pp. 250-261. 1745-4999.
  5. Rose, R. (2009) Creating a team around the student: challenging disaffection through collaboration. Invited Presentation presented to: 11th Biennial Conference of the International Association of Special Education, Alicante, Spain, 12-16 July 2009.
  6. Smith, A., Griffiths, S. and Rose, R. (2009) Extended Schools: an investigation into the development and enhancement of initial teacher education capacity.
  7. Rose, R., Howley, M., Fergusson, A. and Jament, J. (2009) Mental health and special educational needs: exploring a complex relationship. British Journal Of Special Education. 36(1), pp. 3-8. 1467-8578.
  8. Rose, R., Smith, A. and Feng, Y. (2009) Supporting pupils and families: A case study of two English extended secondary schools. Management in Education. 23(2), pp. 57-62. 0892-0206.
  9. Jones, K., Doveston, M. and Rose, R. (2009) The motivations of mentors: promoting relationships, supporting pupils, engaging with communities. Pastoral Care in Education. 27(1), pp. 41-51. 0264-3944.

2008

  1. Rose, R. (2008) Visiting Fellow. Hong Kong Institute of Education.
  2. Rose, R. (2008) Adult mentors suggested for special needs pupils. South China Morning Post.
  3. Rose, R. (2008) ESF feels the need. South China Morning Post.
  4. Rose, R. and Shevlin, M. (2008) Enabling communication through increased participation: teachers as listeners in inclusive classrooms. Invited Presentation presented to: Irish Association of Teachers in Special Education (IATSE) International Conference, Dublin, 12 - 14 June 2008.
  5. Rose, R. (2008) Encouraging engagement: an emerging role for school based family workers in English secondary schools. International Journal of School Disaffection. 6(1), pp. 5-11. 1478-8497.
  6. Rose, R. (2008) How good can we be? Defining roles for specialist provision. Invited Keynote presented to: Scottish National HM Inspectorate of Education (HMIe) Good Practice Conference: Special Schools, Glasgow, 5 November 2008.
  7. Rose, R. (2008) Promoting inclusion by addressing the needs of local communities: working together to promote social and educational cohesion. In: Forlin, C. (ed.) Catering for Learners with Diverse Needs: An Asia Pacific Focus. pp. 30-53.
  8. Rose, R. (2008) Promoting inclusion in the primary classroom. In: Forlin, C. and Lian, M.-G. J. (eds.) Reform, Inclusion and Teacher Education: Towards a New Era of Special Education in the Asia-Pacific Region. Abingdon: Routledge. pp. 129-141.
  9. Shevlin, M. and Rose, R. (2008) Pupils as partners in education decision making: responding to the legislation in England and Ireland. European Journal of Special Needs Education. 23(4), pp. 423-430. 0885-6257.
  10. Rose, R. and Doveston, M. (2008) Pupils talking about their learning mentors: what can we learn? Educational Studies. 34(2), pp. 145-155. 0305-5698.
  11. Rose, R., Forlin, C., Ashman, A., Garner, P., Rouse, M. and Slee, R. (2008) Reframing teacher education for inclusion. Panel Presentation presented to: Teacher Education for Inclusion: Changing Paradigms and Innovative Approaches Conference, Hong Kong, 29 November 2008.
  12. Fergusson, A., Howley, M. and Rose, R. (2008) Responding to the mental health needs of young people with profound and multiple learning difficulties and autistic spectrum disorders: issues and challenges. Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Research and Practice. 5(2), pp. 240-251. 1743-6885.
  13. Rose, R. and O'Neill, A. (2008) The changing roles of teaching assistants in England and special needs assistants in Ireland: a comparison. REACH: Journal of Special Needs Education in Ireland. 22(1), pp. 48-58. 0790-8695.
  14. Rose, R. (2008) The inclusive primary school teacher. In: Forlin, C. and Lian, M.-G. J. (eds.) Reform, Inclusion and Teacher Education: Towards a New Era of Special and Inclusive Education in Asia-Pacific Regions. London: Routledge. pp. 129-141.
  15. Rose, R. (2008) Understanding the development of high achieving inclusive schools. Invited Keynote presented to: Conference of the English Schools Foundation (ESF), Hong Kong, 23 May 2008.

2007

  1. Rose, R. (2007) "Drive" contribution to news item on Minister opting to educate son with special education needs in non-maintained special school. London: BBC Radio 4 "The World at One". Northampton, 8 January 2007
  2. Rose, R. (2007) "Drive" contribution to news item on Minister opting to educate son with special educational needs in non-maintained special school. BBC Radio 4 "The PM Programme". Northampton, 8 January 2007
  3. Rose, R. (2007) "Drive" contribution to news item on Minister opting to educate son with special educational needs in non-maintained special school. BBC Radio 5 Live. Northampton, 8 January 2007
  4. Rose, R. and Shevlin, M. (2007) Capable or not? Who decides? Exploring the implications for children and young people with special educational needs. Paper presented to: Irish Association of Teachers in Special Education (IATSE) International Conference, Drumcondra, Ireland, 7-9 June 2007.
  5. Rose, R. and O'Neill, A. (2007) Changing roles and identities: the professionalisation of support in Irish and English classrooms. Paper presented to: Irish Association of Teachers in Special Education (IATSE) International Conference, Drumcondra, Ireland, 7-9 June 2007.
  6. Rose, R. (2007) Curriculum considerations in meeting special educational needs. In: Florian, L. (ed.) Sage International Handbook of Special Education. London: Sage.
  7. Kraftl, P., Horton, J., Armstrong, S. C., Matthews, M. H., Pilkington, A., Mansukhani, N., Bell, S., Derrington, C., Doveston, M., Howley, M., Jones, K., Rose, R., Smith, A., Waine, L. and Wolstenholme, C. (2007) Free Maps for 11 Year Olds: national survey of Special Educational Needs (SEN) schools. Report presented to Ordnance Survey, June 2007 (Unpublished)
  8. Fergusson, A., Rose, R. and Howley, M. (2007) Making sense of mental health – the emotional wellbeing of children and young people with complex needs in schools. Submitted to the National Association of Independent Schools and Non-Maintained Special Schools (NASS) October 2007. (Unpublished)
  9. Rose, R. (2007) One hour phone-in responding to calls about the assessment and provision made for pupils with special education needs. London: BBC Radio 5 Live. 27 February 2007
  10. Rose, R. (2007) Reinterpreting inclusion: putting participation at the heart of the agenda. LEARN: Journal of the Irish Learning Support Association. 29, pp. 6-32.
  11. Rose, R. (2007) Schools for communities: working together to promote social and educational cohesion. Paper presented to: Marden Research Series, Hong Kong, 19 May 2007.
  12. Rose, R. and Howley, M. (2007) The Practical Guide to Special Educational Needs in Inclusive Primary Classrooms. London: Paul Chapman. 1412923263.
  13. Rose, R. and Jones, K. (2007) The efficacy of a volunteer mentoring scheme in supporting young people at risk. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties. 12(1), pp. 3-14. 1363-2752.

2006

  1. Rose, R., Smith, A. and Feng, Y. (2006) An investigation into the efficacy of two English extended secondary schools. Paper presented to: British Educational Research Association (BERA) National Conference, University of Warwick, Warwick, UK, 6-9 September 2006.

2005

  1. Groom, B. and Rose, R. (2005) Supporting the inclusion of pupils with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties in the primary school: the role of teaching assistants. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs. 5(1), pp. 20-30. 1471-3802.

2004

  1. Rose, R. and Shevlin, M. (2004) Encouraging voices: listening to young people who have been marginalised. Support for Learning. 19(4), pp. 155-161. 1467-9604.

2002

  1. Rose, R. and Coles, C. (2002) Special and mainstream school collaboration for the promotion of inclusion. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs. 2(2), pp. 11-132. 1471-3802.

2001

  1. Rose, R. (2001) Primary school teacher perceptions of the conditions required to include pupils with special educational needs. Educational Review. 53(2), pp. 147-156. 1465-3397.
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