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Margaret McCulloch University of Glasgow, UK

Margaret McCulloch is a lecturer in the School of Education, University of Glasgow. She worked for many years as a primary teacher, specialising in Support for Learning, before becoming an Inclusion Development Officer, and she has extensive experience of working collaboratively with parents, teachers and colleagues from other professions. She teaches educational studies, with a particular focus on inclusive education and related issues, on a number of undergraduate programmes. She also works with international students and practising teachers from Scotland on the Masters programme in Inclusive Education: Policy, Practice and Research. Her research interests include professional identity in teacher education, inclusive education and dyslexia. She has written on inter-professional approaches to practice (Forde et al., 2011); she contributed to the Literature Review on Teacher Education in the 21st Century (Scottish Government, 2010) and to the Assessment at Transition report (Scottish Government, 2012).