Dr Ariel Lindorff
Fellow, Junior Research Fellow
Departmental Lecturer in Research Methods
Department of Education
DPhil (Oxon), MA (Hunter College, NY), BSc (Temple University, PA)
Ariel is a Research Lecturer in the Department of Education. She is Director of the MSc in Education, leads the MSc Education (Research Design and Methodology) pathway within that course, supervises MSc and DPhil students, and acts as an assessor across a wide range of programmes in the Department. Outside the department, she also acts as Course Tutor for a mixed methods short course for doctoral students in the Department for Continuing Education.
Ariel’s methodological interests include mixed methods, advanced quantitative methods, and appropriately contextualised approaches to evaluation. She leads and contributes to research projects that focus on educational equity, effectiveness (broadly conceived) and/or improvement.
Ariel previously completed her DPhil at the University of Oxford. She holds Qualified Teacher Status in the UK, is a Chartered Statistician (CStat), and prior to becoming a researcher was a secondary mathematics teacher in the USA since 2006.