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Dr Terra Sprague

Dr Terra Sprague

Dr Terra Sprague
BA, MEd, PhD

Research Associate

Area of research

Research Associate

Helen Wodehouse Building,
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Summary

Research Interests:

  • environmental resilience
  • island studies
  • education for sustainable development
  • comparative and international education
  • small states' education policies and priorities
  • standardised examination systems

Research Projects:

Biography

Terra Sprague is Research Associate for the GCRF Network Plus, TESF: Transforming Education for Sustinable Futures.

Terra is a member of the Research Centre for International and Comparative Studies (ICS) and the Education in Small States research group at the School of Education. She came to the University of Bristol in 2007 where she completed her MEd in Educational Leadership, Policy and Development after having worked for three years in the education sector in the Republic of Armenia. She is a member of the Cabot Institute for Environmental Change.

Her PhD is a Narrative Inquiry of environmental change in three island states which argues for a New Story of humanity's relationship with the Earth.  

Keywords

  • education
  • development
  • post-2015
  • small states
  • assessment
  • sustainability

Skills

  • British Association for Comparative and International Education (BAICE)
  • UK Forum for International Education and Training (UKFIET)
  • International Small Islands Studies Association (ISISA)

Memberships

Organisations

School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies

Other sites

Selected publications

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