Designing and delivering learning
Are you a manager, teacher or lecturer working in a tertiary education context? Would you like support in moving your team’s or your own teaching approach forward, perhaps to make greater use of technologies, or to develop a fully online or blended course, or to engage in depth with challenges that you face and would like to address?
What I offer
I am an experienced Educational and Staff Developer and can design a workshop, short course, module or full programme in a way that meets your, or your team’s, needs both in content and mode of delivery. I am skilled in listening to what you’re looking for and relating that to practice and scholarship in the UK (and sometimes abroad), then using it to anchor as well as articulate your aspirations. I can design and run a course of learning for you myself, always in consultation with you, or I can work alongside you as you design and deliver a course yourself. Typical courses of learning I offer are (but are not restricted to):
What I bring
I bring a lifetime of working in education, in a whole range of ages, modes of delivery, and disciplines as well as in different countries. I have been a primary and middle school teacher; a teacher of English as a Foreign Language to adults in Spain, France and the UK; a university lecturer; an educational developer in higher education; and have considerable expertise in different types of delivery: face-to-face, online and blended. Each of these activities is backed up by scholarship and academic qualifications.
This experience means I bring a profound understanding of learners and pedagogies to my work. I can design high quality learning materials, courses and modules for you or your clients, providing you with peace of mind that you are in good hands.
How it works
Get in touch and tell me what you're looking for. I will be able to give you a quick evaluation of what that might entail and suggest ways in which I would work with you.
I am a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and a Fellow of SEDA, the Staff and Educational Development Association.
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