Dr Edward Wright

Academic Qualifications

Doctor of Education Creative and Media (ED.D) – Bournemouth University, United Kingdom
Master of Arts in Communication Practice – Bournemouth University, United Kingdom
Master of Arts in Theology – University of Malta
Post Graduate Certificate in the Train the Trainer Programme for a Learning Outcomes Framework Approach – IDEA Management Consulting Services Ltd.
Post Graduate Certificate in Education – University of Malta, Msida.
Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies – University of Malta, Msida.
Bachelor (Hons.) in Psychology – University of Malta, Msida.


Dr Edward Wright spent 25 years as a teacher, 13 years of which he was Head of Department at the Secretariat for Catholic Education. In his capacity as a teacher, he taught PSCD, Social and Environmental Studies, Religious Education, and Media Literacy Education. He is currently a full-time lecturer at Institute for Education. He also lectures Philosophy and Psychology within the Directorate for Research, Lifelong Learning and Employability (DRLLE).

He recently completed his doctoral degree at Bournemouth University, having previously graduated with a Masters degree in Media and Communications. Dr Wright’s academic qualifications also include an Honours degree in Psychology, a post-graduate certificate in Education with specialization in PSCD (Personal and Social Capability Development), another in the Learning Outcomes Approach, and degrees in Theology, including a Masters.

Dr Edward Wright’s academic interests revolve around narrative and critical pedagogies, as well as the psychology and philosophy of education and well-being, particularly in the holistic development of humanities teachers. His doctoral research focused on the role of digital technologies, especially photography and filmmaking, in contributing to meaning-making and identity formation in adolescence through narrative pedagogies.

His academic journey has sparked an interest in exploring spirituality as a means of meaning-making, which can be addressed narratively and through a cross-curricular approach, tapping into the positive potential of human vulnerability.