Category Archives: K2 Appropriate methods for teaching, learning and assessing in the subject area and at the level of the academic programme
17/05/18 – School of Pharmacy, N19, Richmond Building This session is an excellent example of collaborating with the research students and staff to address something they have identified through their own professional development evaluation as a training need. The session … Continue reading
Feb 2018 – Leading on strategic thinking of redesign At its initial inception the TNA was fit for purpose, but this had lost its leader (the staff member moved on) and therefore it had quickly become confusing, and poorly adapted … Continue reading
13/04/18 – Invited Lecture – C7, Richmond Building I delivered a lecture to the final year psych students on the BPS accredited degree. The session was interactive, with plenty of opportunity for Q&A and for students to input ideas and … Continue reading
02/03/18 – Publication of new edition Dr Gillie Bolton’s best-selling book authored with me. I am immensely proud of my work for SAGE on this new edition of Gillie’s long-standing and excellent text. Being able to research and provide the … Continue reading
24/09/17 – These lectures were developed in direct response to supervisor request. Both 2 hour sessions were fully researched, then designed, peer-reviewed then evaluated. Thriving in Your Viva – Maps to Vitae RDF Domains: A3, B1, B2 & D2. Data Management for … Continue reading
2/10/17 – PGR Induction week. New sessions were designed and delivered, and evaluated well. What is a Doctorate? From Beginning to End: the Doctoral Journey Research Design: Key Principles for All Researchers Qualitative Research: Foundations of Good Practice.