Lisa has a keen interest in resilience, considering the theoretical lens that can impact on a social and academic level. This interest has developed over a thirty year experience in various establishments within the educational and parental arena. Having worked, advocated and supported all educational needs from playgroups to prisons. She is a Special Educational Need and Disability teacher, who's research and specialisms are in ACE's, (Adverse Childhood Experience's) Academic Resilience and Behaviour Management.
Lisa works part-time for the Working with Children & families, Youth Work and Health & social Care teams within the Institute of Health across the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Qualifications and memberships
BSc (Hons) Child & Family Studies
Academic and research interests
SEND (Speacial Educational Needs & Disabilities)
Leadership & Management
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
Bradley, L. & Walker, S. (2016) 'Teaching from the Inside Out'. Learning & Teaching Fest. Carlisle: UoC.
Anderson, S., Bradley, L., Glenholme, A. and Hardacre, C. (2021) ‘Building Staff and student capacity for Online Teaching and Learning’, Annual learning and Teaching Fest 2021: Sustaining our Development in Digital learning, teaching and Student Support. University of Cumbria, Lancaster, 7 July.