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Stefan Kleipoedszus is a Program Leader of a Qualifying Social Work Program at Bournemouth University who lectures on Law and Social Policy, Models and Methods, Child Development and Managing Risk and Complexity. His previous research covers the reintegration of women prisoners into employment, prevent juvenile delinquency, Children’s Homes and Social Pedagogy. Currently Stefan who is also a PhD Candidate at Centre for Seldom Heard Voices: Marginalisation and Societal Integration at Bournemouth University is involved in research on Decision Making in Social Work, experiences of children in out-of-home-care and the early identification of Adverse Childhood Experiences using arts based methods.
Stefan qualified as a Social Pedagogue from the Leuphana University in Lüneburg (Germany) and has since than worked as a researcher for the Thomas Coram Research Unit at the University of London, a Social Worker in Child Protection Teams in the Southwest of England, a manager of statutory social work Teams and a Principal Social Worker before joining Bournemouth University in 2012.
- Clark, A., Cameron, C. and Kleipoedszus, S., 2014. Sense of place in children’s residential care homes: perceptions of home? Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care, 13 (2).
- Kleipoedszus, S., 2011. Communication and Conflict: An important part of social pedagogic relationships. In: Cameron, C. and Moss, P., eds. Social Pedagogy and Working with Children and Young People Where Care and Education Meet. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 125-140.
- Cameron, C., Petrie, P., Wigfall, V. and Kleipoedszus, S., 2011. Final Report of the Social Pedagogy Pilot Programme: development and implementation. Thomas Coram Research Unit.
- Global Festival of Learning Europe, 16 Apr 2018, Berlin/ Germany
- PGCE in Educational Practice (Bournemouth University, 2017)
- British Association of Social Workers, Member (2011-), https://www.basw.co.uk/
- Higher Education Academy, Fellow (2017-),