Aline-Wendy Dunlop is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Primary Education, Faculty of Education, University of Strathclyde in Glasgow,
Scotland. She is Course Director of the Postgraduate Diploma & Masters Course in Early Education and of the Postgraduate Diploma in Autism. Her research interests are continuity and progression in educational transition; children under three: relationships and learning; social interaction understanding in autism and policy development for education 0-8. Previously a lecturer in Early Education at Moray House Institute of Education (now the Faculty of Education at Edinburgh University), Head Teacher, Home Visiting Teacher, Tutor of Child Growth & Development at Stevenson College and nursery, primary and special class teacher, she finds all these experiences invaluable in her present work.
- Transition from preschool to school
- Dunlop, A. (2002) "Inter-conneXions" ‘Interconnexions’ was presented as a parallel session at the ‘Progress with Purpose’ conference on March 18th 2002 in Edinburgh.
- H. Fabian & A-W Dunlop (Ed) (2002) Transitions in the Early Years: Debating continuity and progression for children in early education. RoutledgeFalmer: London.