Professor Rosemary Sage

Professor Rosemary Sage

Professor Rosemary Sage is a qualified Speech and Language Therapist, Psychologist and teacher with experience in health and education fields. For the past 20 years she has worked in higher education both in London and Leicester and was made Professor of Communication in Education at Liverpool Hope University in 2007. She is also long-standing Visiting Professor at the Women’s University, Nara, Japan and has been Visiting Professor at the University of Havana. Rosemary was a Trustee for both the Association for Speech Impaired Children and the Independent Panel for Education Advice; President of Human Communication International; Education Advisor to the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists; Member of the Research Committee of the British Stammering Association and a Member of Sir Michael Rutter’s Advisory Committee on Language Research. She has written 12 books and over 150 articles in referenced journals. 


Country:United Kingdom
City/town:Northampton
Web page:http://www.collegeofteachers.ac.uk
Courses:Developing a careers programme in schools, Effective course tutoring and teaching, Communication for teachers & trainers, Developing Listening and Understanding, Developing your own learning, Get more from mentoring, How to observe learners, Leadership and Management in Education, Managing Special Needs and Special Educational Needs, Organising learning, Speaking and learning, Supporting learning, Understanding classroom communication, Understanding human development, Dealing with learning differences, Developing human potential, Getting started with research, Teaching key competences, The science and art of teaching (pedagogy), Understanding behaviour problems, ...
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