Julie Rippingale

Ms Julie Rippingale

Lecturer - Education

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Arts Cultures and Education
  • School of Education

Qualifications

  • BA (Leeds Beckett University)
  • MA (University of Hull)

Summary

Julie is a highly experienced lecturer and interdisciplinary specialist in youth and community development. She has extensive frontline practice and management experience in the statutory and third sector working with children, young people and communities. She has a particular passion for qualitative research and evaluation using participatory action research approaches and methods. Julie believes in working collaboratively and in partnership with others to achieve social justice.

Undergraduate

Youth and Community Justice

Managing self and others

Professional Practice and Partnership Working

Aspects of child and family health

Health and Wellbeing

Recent outputs

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Book Chapter

In pursuit of a common values base for working with young people in formal, informal and social learning

Rippingale, J. (2015). In pursuit of a common values base for working with young people in formal, informal and social learning. In Socially-just radical alternatives for education and youth work practice : re-imagining ways of working with young people, 127-144. Palgrave Macmillan

Research interests

Young peoples health and wellbeing, particularly mental health

Youth offending - causes and responses

Poverty

Understanding quality teaching, learning and assessment

Charity role

Trustee

2016

Trusttee of The Warren Youth Project.

External examiner role

External Examiner MSc Community Development Learning

2019 - 2024

Membership/Fellowship of professional body

Senior Fellow Higher Education Academy

2017