Jonathan Glazzard

Leeds Beckett University

Professor Jonathan Glazzard’s research focuses on mental health, well-being and inclusion in education. He is a qualitative researcher and uses a broad range of approaches, including narrative methodology, visual/participatory methods and more traditional interviews and focus groups. Jonathan’s recent projects include exploration of head teacher resilience, teacher and child mental health and the experiences of teachers who identify as LGBTQ+. Jonathan is a co-convenor of the British Educational Research Association (BERA) Special Interest Group, Mental Health and Wellbeing in Education. He is also a member of the Excellence in International Transitions Research, which is led by Professor Divya Jindal-Snape. Jonathan is deeply committed to research that advances social justice. He has widely published on aspects of inclusion and social justice for marginalised groups and individuals, and he is deeply committed to research that improves the lives of individuals and research-informed teaching.

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This book includes a variety of perspectives on dyslexia from different contexts. Chapters provide examples of empirical research; the outcomes of which have the potential to improve the experiences of individuals with dyslexia. The book emphasises the importance of adopting a capability rather than a deficit approach.

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