Research Profile

Mrs Una
Lodge

Senior Lecturer in Education (SEN and Inclusion)

Faculty of Education and Humanities

  • Una completed her first degree at the University of Durham in English, History and Philosophy. She qualified as a teacher in 1995 and worked as a teacher, and then SENCo, in primary schools until 2007. She completed an MA in Education with the Open University during this time. Before joining the SENI team in Northampton in 2015, she worked as an advisory teacher for Birmingham City Council, supporting mainstream schools in making provision for pupils experiencing difficulties in cognition and learning.

  • BA SEN & Inclusion:

    • Module leader – SEN 1004 Professional Roles and Contexts
    • Teaches on – SEN 2005 Perspectives on Cognition and Learning – SpLD/Dyslexia, SEN 2001 Current Issues and Developments in Inclusive Policy and Practice

    Foundation Degree Learning and Teaching:

    • Module leader Y1 – SEN, Inclusion and Diversity

    National SEN Coordination Award:

    • Module tutor – Warwickshire cohort

    OCR – L5 Diploma in Teaching Learners with Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia)

    • Teaches on Y1
  • Una’s current research interest is in the area of language development and its impact on reading comprehension.

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