Naureen Durrani, PhD

Professor

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PhD projects

Secondary science school teachers’ engagement with constructivist pedagogies in Tanzania Facilitation of adult literacy: a case within the Ghana National Functional Literacy Programme Teacher Motivation and incentives in Cambodia Assessment in mathematics classrooms in Ghana: a study of teachers' practices Teaching mathematics for social justice: translating theories into practice What does “quality” look like for post-2015 education provision in low-income countries? An exploration of stakeholders’ perspectives of school benefits in village LEAP schools, rural Sindh, Pakistan

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20072020

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Research interests

International and comparative education
Gender
Teacher Education
Curriculum
Identities
Education and Peacebuilding

Personal profile

I am a Professor of Education in the Graduate School of Education, Nazarbayev University (NU). I moved to NU from the Centre for International Education, University of Sussex where I convened the internationally regarded MA in International Education and Development, successfully led PhD students to completion and (co-) lead funded research in a range of contexts in Africa, Asia and the UK. My research addresses an area of international priority – the links between identity construction and education and the ways this impacts on social and gender relations. My research encompasses education policy, curriculum texts, teacher education and youth. I have a rapidly growing international reputation for my research, including evidence of international policy impact, alongside a strong track record of publications and significant grant capture.

Education/Academic qualification

Education, PhD, University of Sussex

Award Date: Jul 17 2008

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Research Output

Becoming a teacher: Experiences of female trainees in initial teacher education in Nigeria

Humphreys, S., Dunne, M., Durrani, N., Sankey, S. & Kaibo, J., Jan 25 2020, In : Teaching and Teacher Education. 87, p. 1-12 12 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
  • 2 Citations (Scopus)

    Gender equality, education, and development: Tensions between global, national, and local policy discourses in postcolonial Contexts

    Durrani, N. & Halai, A., Apr 2 2020, Grading goal four: Tensions, threats and opportunities in the sustainable development goal on quality education. Wulff, A. (ed.). Leiden, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

    Open Access
  • Gender symbolism and the expression of post-colonial national and religious identities

    Dunne, M., Fincham, K., Crossouard, B. & Durrani, N., May 29 2020, In : Social Identities.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • National Identity and the History Curriculum: Nation Making in the Shadow of Partition

    Durrani, N., Kaderi, A. S. & Anand, K., Jan 30 2020, Handbook of Education Systems in South Asia. Singapore: Springer Nature, p. 1 2 p.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)