Category Archives: K2 Appropriate methods for teaching, learning and assessing in the subject area and at the level of the academic programme
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.
Jan-Apr 2017 This teaching evidences my skills, knowledge and understanding in thesis writing, research design & methodology inc. data collection & analysis, ethics, project management, and analytical skills. I have conceptualised, researched, written and delivered all of these sessions. I … Continue reading
3/10/16 – 7/10/16 This was a collaborative initiative with Dr Mel Cooper from Faculty of Health Studies who wanted to pilot rolling out a more comprehensive welcome package for the incoming doctoral candidates. This pilot week consisted of at least … Continue reading
09/06/16 – Conference Attended & Presentation. This was the first conference of its kind that Bradford has run with research providing the backbone of all that was running on the day. The keynote speaker – Dilly Fung – was thought-provoking … Continue reading