Tag Archives: Lecturing
22/02/18 – Male Eating Disorders An event organised by Sheffield’s PsychSoc, I presented to medical students my work so far based on my autoethnographic research of BN & BED. Whilst I enjoyed presenting, I felt that I was overly emotive … 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.
19/04/16 @ 13:00 – lecture as part of the Bradford Diversity Festival, C7, Richmond Building Synopsis: this session explores society’s abiding desire for binary genders, the changing nature of 21st century masculinities and the concept of misandry in everyday life. … Continue reading
Today I gave an hour’s guest lecture to a cohort of final year psychology students about Male Eating Disorders. I decided to diversify so I practised using Prezi.
2005-2007 – I taught on the undergraduate degree for international students which formed part of the Department of Languages & European Studies. I was responsible for the Listening and Speaking components of the degree provision. I designed curricula across all … Continue reading
2009-2011 – I redesigned this module as part of the postgraduate qualification in Offender Management for those transitioning into full Probation Officer status. The work involved using current requirements and parameters to improve the assessment and feedback mechanism for the … Continue reading