Dr Sarah Galloway

Dr Sarah Galloway

Lecturer

s.j.galloway@stir.ac.uk 01786 466140


Education 4T16 RG Bomont Building University of Stirling Stirling FK9 4LA United Kingdom

About me

Sarah became involved in adult education as a volunteer literacies tutor at Stirling Council Adult Learning Team, gaining paid work initially with the Workers Educational Association. She was Literacies Development worker at Stirling Council until commencing full time PhD Studies in 2009 with a scholarship from the Laboratory of Educational Theory at Stirling School of Education. Her PhD was a theoretical project concerned with exploring understandings of empowerment and emancipation in the context of literacy education for adults. Since gaining her PhD, Sarah was Offender Learning Lecturer at HMP Barlinnie employed by New College Lanarkshire. She also worked on the development and teaching of the new Community Education BA programme at the University of the West of Scotland.

Sarah was researcher on the European Commission funded REAL Project at Stirling University, co-developing professional learning resources for adult educators across Europe.

Sarah is an associate of the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research . She is also member of the National Strategic Forum on Adult Learning Working Group - Professional Development, which takes forward the priorities set out in the Scottish Government's vision for adult learning - Adult Learning in Scotland - Statement of Ambition

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