After studying for my Psychology degree in London, I moved to Norwich where I trained as a First School teacher. I then moved to Oxford and taught A-level psychology at the College of Further Education and was a visiting examiner for AEB conducting oral exams on psychological research. After five years of teaching I moved to Germany, where I lived for nearly two decades.
I returned to England and taught A-level psychology at Doncaster College while undertaking a PGCE in Post-Compulsory Education, branching out to teach on the Access course and modules on the BA programme. In 2008 I moved to a full time position, initially as curriculum leader until the post was removed due to the college restructure, then as a lecturer on the Applied Social Science course.
In all, I have taught at different levels ranging from Playschool, Primary School, FE College and Undergraduate courses.
As part of the Applied Social Science team I have been actively involved in developing the new ASS programme.
I have recently attended HEA conferences on Assessment and Effective Feedback and I am applying and monitoring findings.
At the moment, I am working closely with Dr Ehiyazaryan on her open educational resources for teaching research methods, piloting and testing out the resources she has identified.
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