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I joined the Wellbeing, Education and Language Studies (WELS) faculty of the Open University as an Associate Lecturer in 2017. I originally trained as Primary school teacher and have worked in state schools, Pupil Referral Units (PRUs) and a psychiatric unit. Alongside working with the OU, I am a freelance writer and have written for various online news sites and digital educational publishers. Finally, I am a doctoral researcher exploring the effects of online teacher identify on the development of critical digital pedagogy.
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‘Children don’t see colour’ is a phrase we often hear when discussing race – but is this true? Mel Green explores how children conceptualise the idea of race and respond to it.
29 Sep 2020
How does a person’s ethnicity and the perspectives of different cultures affect the identification of neurological difference? Mel Green explores in this article on neurodiversity.
08 Sep 2020
A new branch of the study of language seeks to explore the links between the language we use and the racial differences we experience. Can language have a race? In this article, Mel Green explores the links between race and language.
08 Sep 2020
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