Tim Corcoran (@TimCorcoran10) practiced for a decade as a Psychologist in two Queensland government departments (Education and Corrective Services) and brings a rich array of knowledge, skills and expertise to his ongoing research activities. His work has involved teaching, research and professional practice in Australia, the UK and Singapore. His research is dedicated to creating sensible theory~practice options supporting psychosocial ways of knowing/being. In 2014 he edited Psychology in education: Critical
theory~practice (Sense), an international collection of contributions examining critical approaches to educational psychology. More recently he co-edited Disability studies: Educating for inclusion (2015, Sense), Joint action: Essays in honour of John Shotter (2016, Routledge), Critical Educational Psychology (2017, Wiley), and Who’s In, Who’s Out: What to do about inclusive education (2018, Brill/Sense). Tim is currently the Teaching and
Research Coordinator for Inclusive Education, School of Education, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia. He is also an avid Geelong Cats (AFL) fan.