Teaching Interests

I am course director and teach on the MA Adult literacy, lifelong learning and development: international perspectives. I also contribute sessions on research methods, gender and education and international educational policy on the full-time MA in Education. I contribute to the BA Educational Studies course, supervising third year dissertations and teaching the first year module, ‘Practices and perspectives shaping education around the world’. I regularly run sessions for doctoral students on participatory research approaches, ethnography, researching across languages and cultures, and academic literacies - as part of the Faculty Advanced Doctoral Training and Personal and Professional Development programmes and the School of Education and Lifelong Learning’s EdD course. I have supervised and examined many doctoral students in the areas of international education, ethnography, gender and education and adult literacy. I contribute to University induction sessions for doctoral students and staff development initiatives, particularly in areas related to the internationalisation of higher education (see Teaching Fellowship projects listed under research activity).

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