Shukri Mohamed is a Qualified Primary School teacher with over 10 years teaching experience in primary schools leading both primary Science and DT subject curriculums.
She completed an MA in Education in 2012, which sparked her interest in education research. In 2020, she completed an MA in Digital Media and Design with a focus on Technology Enhanced Learning and the development of educational apps for the classroom.
It was her love of technology and education which encouraged her to move into EdTech where she worked over 6 years as an Education Content Writer and a Primary Science Subject Specialist.
Shukri has recently joined King's College London to complete her PhD in Education Research with the support of the Rosalind Driver Studentship. Her research area is focussed on improving the STEM engagement of girls (an underrepresented group) in computational thinking through the use of making activities.
Thesis title: Computational Thinking in the Primary Setting.
Primary supervisor: Dr Heather King.
Secondary supervisor: Professor Christine Harrison.