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Simon Benham-Clarke

Graduate Research Assistant

 01392 72 2947

 South Cloisters 2.05

 

South Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Overview

Simon Benham-Clarke has recently entered academic research from a background in business, education, community and charity sectors. His broad research interests lie in the promotion of well-being, and the prevention and mitigation of mental health difficulties, inequalities and exclusion in society.

Simon is a Graduate Research Assistant based in the College of Medicine and Health, but also working with the Graduate School of Education and the Law School.

Qualifications

  • B.Sc. (Hons) Systems Design  
  • B.A. (Hons) Politics, Philosophy and Economics 
  • Certificate of Education
  • M.Sc. Educational Research (Dean’s Commendation), University of Exeter, 2018

Career

His research to date has contributed to understanding; behaviour management in schools for the Education Endowment Foundation; access to HE for disadvantaged groups for the University of Exeter Centre for Social Mobility and Communications, Admissions & Marketing Services; lesson study and related practices for SEN education for the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education; agonism as a framework to navigate tensions in education for the University of Exeter Graduate School of Education. He has also supported elements of PPI and website design and content development in the National Institute for Health Research funded Children and Adolescents with ADHD in Transition between Children's and Adult Services (CATCh-uS)  research project and data collection for the ERASMUS+ Supporting Practices for Inclusive Schooling & Education for Youth project.

 

Current Projects:

Wellcome Centre Transforming relationships and relationship transitions with and for the next generation: Healthy Relationship Education (HeaRE) research project.

British Educational Research Association systematic literature review to understand the structures and processes that influence research activities in the UK

ERASMUS+ Supporting Practices for Inclusive Schooling & Education for the Youth (SPISEY) project.

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Research

Research interests

His research to date has contributed to understanding; behavior management in schools for the Education Endowment Foundation; access to HE for disadvantaged groups for the University of Exeter Centre for Social Mobility and Communications, Admissions & Marketing Services; lesson study and related practices for SEN education for the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education; agonism as a framework to navigate tensions in education for the University of Exeter Graduate School of Education. He has also supported elements of PPI and website design and content development in the National Institute for Health Research funded Children and Adolescents with ADHD in Transition between Children's and Adult Services (CATCh-uS) research project and data collection for the ERASMUS+ Supporting Practices for Inclusive Schooling & Education for the Youth (SPISEY) project.

Research projects

Current Projects:

Wellcome Centre Transforming relationships and relationship transitions with and for the next generation: Healthy Relationship Education (HeaRE) research project.

BERA A systematic literature review to understand the structures and processes that influence research activities in the UK

ERASMUS+ Supporting Practices for Inclusive Schooling & Education for the Youth (SPISEY) project.

Publications

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Publications by category


Journal articles

Norwich B, Benham-Clarke S, Goei. SL (In Press). Review of research literature about the use of lesson study and lesson study-related practices relevant to the field of special needs and inclusive education. European Journal of Special Needs Education Full text.
Barg K, Benham-Clarke S, Mountford-Zimdars A (2020). Investigating the Imagination of Possible and ‘Like-to-Avoid’ Selves among Higher Education Students from Different Socioeconomic Backgrounds at a Selective English University. Social Science

Reports

Moore D, Benham-Clarke S, Kenchington R, Boyle C, Ford T, Hayes R, Rogers M (2019). Improving Behaviour in Schools: Evidence Review. Education Endowment Foundation.  Author URL.  Full text.
Moore D, Benham-Clarke S, Kenchington R, Boyle C, Ford T, Hayes R, Rogers M (2019). Improving Behaviour in Schools: Guidance Report. Abstract.  Full text.

Publications by year


In Press

Norwich B, Benham-Clarke S, Goei. SL (In Press). Review of research literature about the use of lesson study and lesson study-related practices relevant to the field of special needs and inclusive education. European Journal of Special Needs Education Full text.

2020

Barg K, Benham-Clarke S, Mountford-Zimdars A (2020). Investigating the Imagination of Possible and ‘Like-to-Avoid’ Selves among Higher Education Students from Different Socioeconomic Backgrounds at a Selective English University. Social Science

2019

Moore D, Benham-Clarke S, Kenchington R, Boyle C, Ford T, Hayes R, Rogers M (2019). Improving Behaviour in Schools: Evidence Review. Education Endowment Foundation.  Author URL.  Full text.
Moore D, Benham-Clarke S, Kenchington R, Boyle C, Ford T, Hayes R, Rogers M (2019). Improving Behaviour in Schools: Guidance Report. Abstract.  Full text.

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