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I joined LSBU in 2016 from Goldsmiths, University of London, where I was a researcher in the Faiths & Civil Society Unit. Here my experience in community development and Sociology combined in research projects exploring the role of religion in the public sphere. Prior to this, I taught RE and Sociology at secondary level and worked in community development as a researcher and facilitator.
My role at LSBU combines my teaching and research expertise. I teach across UG and PG courses in education and lead the RE element of the Primary PGCE. I also supervise doctoral candidates.
My key research interests are around religion and worldviews in education and education for intercultural citizenship. In 2015 I co-led a project, RE for REal, which helped lay the foundation for the recent Commission on RE and the proposed National Entitlement.
Current projects include an international research symposium on religion & worldviews education and citizenship. This collaboration with Manchester and Dalhousie University (Canada) brings together researchers to explore the relationship between teaching about religion and worldviews in schools and student understandings of citizenship.
I lead LSBU's Education for Social Justice research group, which brings together research and practice across formal and informal education to promote inclusion and social justice.
BA (Hons) Education Studies
Professional Doctorate in Education with specific focus on social justice and inclusion - EdD
Education - PhD & MRes
Postgraduate Research Supervision
|Ms Joanna Krupa||A comparison of how teachers and parents/carers perceive the impact of autism diagnosis on school-age children and their sense of ‘self’||PhD|
|Mrs Jane Elisabeth Crussell||What are the lived experiences of academic level 5 & 6 pre-registration adult nursing students of palliative and end of life care during the Covid-19 pandemic?||DProf|
|Miss Nadia Imtiaz Riaz||Case Study: Role of Human Rights Education in reducing Ethnic and Sectarian violence||PhD|
|Miss Paula Sanchez||'Against the norm' mothering: A reflexive thematic analysis of autistic motherhood||PhD|
|Mr Robert Malcolm Hush||Teaching law in a modern university - what is the law teacher and learner experience of Collaborative Learning?||DProf|
Awarded in the last 5 years
|Mrs Lucy Catherine Arora||Professional doctorate study and motherhood: A critical discourse analysis||DProf|
|Epigeum Supervisory Training||PhD|
VID University, Oslo
University College London
University of Sussex
Institute of Education, Unversity College, London
|Culham St Gabriel's||2023||Understanding the interplay between religion, worldviews & global citizenship in education and in the lives of students||Principal Investigator|
|National Association of Teachers of RE (NATRE)||2022||NATRE||Principal Investigator|
|Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College||2019||G091_Consultancy_H2020 evaluation||Principal Investigator|
Worldview Literacy as Transformative Knowledge
Shaw, M. (2023). Worldview Literacy as Transformative Knowledge . in: Franck, O. and Thalen, P. (ed.) Powerful knowledge in Religious Education. Exploring Paths to A Knowledge-Based Education on Religions Springer.
Worldview Literacy as Educational Praxis: A Response to ‘Religious Literacy’: Some Considerations and Reservations’, Johannes C. Wolfart
Shaw, M. (2022). Worldview Literacy as Educational Praxis: A Response to ‘Religious Literacy’: Some Considerations and Reservations’, Johannes C. Wolfart. Method & Theory in the Study of Religion. 34 (5), pp. 484-491. https://doi.org/10.1163-15700682-bja10083
Worldview Literacy as Intercultural Citizenship Education: A framework for critical, reflexive engagement in plural democracy.
Shaw, M. (2022). Worldview Literacy as Intercultural Citizenship Education: A framework for critical, reflexive engagement in plural democracy. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice. pp. 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1177/17461979211062125
Landscapes, Real and Imagined: ‘REforREal’
Shaw, M. and Dinham, A (2020). Landscapes, Real and Imagined: ‘REforREal’. in: Chater, M (ed.) Reforming Religious Education: Power and knowledge in a worldviews curriculum John Catt Education Ltd.
Towards a religiously literate curriculum – religion and worldview literacy as an educational model
Shaw, M. (2019). Towards a religiously literate curriculum – religion and worldview literacy as an educational model. Journal of Beliefs & Values. 41 (2), pp. 150-161. https://doi.org/10.1080/13617672.2019.1664876
New Representations of Religion & Belief in Schools
Shaw, M (2018). New Representations of Religion & Belief in Schools. Religions. 9 (11), p. 364. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel9110364
Towards a Theory and Practice of Religious Literacy: a case study of religion and belief engagement in a UK University
Shaw, M, Dinham, A and Francis, M (2017). Towards a Theory and Practice of Religious Literacy: a case study of religion and belief engagement in a UK University. Religions. https://doi.org/10.3390/rel8120276
Religious Literacy through Religious Education: The Future of Teaching and Learning about Religion and Belief
Shaw, M and Dinham, A (2017). Religious Literacy through Religious Education: The Future of Teaching and Learning about Religion and Belief. Religions. 8 (7). https://doi.org/10.3390/rel8070119
Re for Real: The Future of Teaching and Learning about Religion & Belief
Shaw, M and Dinham, A (2015). Re for Real: The Future of Teaching and Learning about Religion & Belief. Goldsmiths, University of London.
Measurement as reflection in faith-based social action
Shaw, M. and Dinham, A (2011). Measurement as reflection in faith-based social action. Community Development Journal. 47 (1), pp. 126-141. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1093/cdj/bsq062