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I am currently working at the School of Education as a Chancellor’s Fellow. I completed my PhD research at the University of Edinburgh, which explored the views and experiences of disabled children and their teachers in Chinese mainstream schools through an ethnographic approach. Following that, I was awarded the ESRC GCRF Postdoctoral Fellowship to engage a range of key stakeholders to promote inclusive and quality educational provision in China. Before joining Strathclyde, I worked as a Research Associate at the Centre for Research in Digital Education and developed projects to examine the relationships between technology and inclusive education. My research focuses on the role of student voice in inclusive educational development across different stages and international contexts. I contribute to the teaching of the MEd Education Studies (Inclusive Education Pathway), research methods modules of ITE and PGT programmes, and also supervise PGR students.
- Inclusion and diversity in education
- Student/pupil voice
- International development
- Research engagement and impact
Bachelor of Science, East China Normal University
Master of Education, East China Normal University
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Edinburgh
'Teachers did not let me do it.': disabled children's experiences of marginalisation in regular primary schools in ChinaWang, Y., 15 Mar 2021, In: Disability & the Global South. p. 2053-2070 17 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile11 Downloads (Pure)
Wang, Y., Knox, J. & Gallagher, M., 1 Mar 2020, (Accepted/In press).
Research output: Contribution to conference › Speech › peer-review
Pathways to inclusive and equitable quality education for people with disabilities : Cross-context conversations and mutual learning
Yuchen Wang (Participant)12 Feb 2020 → 13 Feb 2020
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Participation in workshop, seminar, course
Yuchen Wang (Participant), Jeremy Knox (Participant) & Michael Gallagher (Participant)
Impact: Policy and legislation, Professional practice, training and standards, Education, !!Social impacts, Public understanding, information and debate