Senior Lecturer in Secondary Initial Teacher Education & Co-founder BAMEPE, The University of East London
Shrehan is a physical education lecturer and teacher educator at the University of East London. She teaches trainee teachers on the PGCE, school direct, and apprenticeship programme. She specialises in research on teacher education, physical education, and social justice. Her PhD (awarded December 2018 from the University of Alabama, USA) examined transformative pedagogies in primary and secondary physical education and teacher education. She adopts social justice and critical/feminist theories to frame her work and draws upon narrative and ethnographic inquiry. Before lecturing, she was a PE teacher in an inner-city school in London. During her PhD, she worked as teaching faculty in the Department of Kinesiology and was a Qualitative Research Assistant at the University of Alabama.
21st Century Learning International is run by highly experienced educators and delivers world class conferences and events aligning with our mission of “Building Communities of Learners”. 21CLI also provides consultancy services for schools and school groups with a special emphasis on the use of technology for administration, learning and teaching. PHASE is one of 6 annual conferences in the 21CLI portfolio.