Lindsey Watson
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Lindsey Watson is a senior lecturer working in the School of Education and Professional Development and currently teaches on the BA(hons) Early Years. Prior to joining the University of Huddersfield in September 2016, Lindsey was an Early Years teaching assistant in a range of Early Years settings, including mainstream and special education primary schools in West Yorkshire Early Years sector. The role included facilitating multi-agency teams to ensure the support of vulnerable children and their families. Lindsey has a Master of Arts by Research, which explored attitudes and emotions to the internet, analysing the concepts of trust and digital literacy in mothers of reception aged children. Her research interests focus on Early Years and digital technologies and managing a safe digital environment for young children.

Lindsey received an award for her undergraduate degree and successfully obtained a scholarship to facilitate her Master of Arts by Research, following this success, she is currently studying towards her Doctor of Philosophy.

Research Expertise and Interests

  • Phenomenological approaches to research
  • Responsibility and trust in multi-agency working and the family
  • The child’s voice in research
  • Multiple Identities, working parents and the effects on family life
  • The use of emotional intelligence as a pedagogical tool in delivering emotional content to students


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