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Teaching & Pedagogical Contributions

Current Teaching

Previous Teaching

Teaching Focused Administration

  • Education for Sustainable Development Officer (2021-present)
    • Facilitate the creation of an inter- and trans-disciplinary ESD teaching philosophy and pedagogical framework
  • Director of Postgraduate Studies (2018-2021)
    • Facilitated Co-Creation and University approval of MASc in Global Sustainable Development
    • Developed Module Design and Proposal frameworks for Core Skills and Research-led pedagogies

Pedagogical Contributions

Since joining the University of Warwick in December 2016, I have been nominated for a University Teaching Excellence Award and recognised on behalf of the Vice Chancellor for levels of contribution and performance. I became a member of the Warwick International Higher Education Academy (WIHEA).

I am passionate about experimenting with, and sharing pedagogical innovation. Some examples include:

  • Delivering European Higher Education for Sustainable Development: Radical changes in the philosophy, management and delivery of student learning experiences (2022). Glasgow University. [Slides]. [Video Recording]
  • "Credit, time and workload beyond 'general relativity'". Credit, Student Workload and Contact Hours: Examples of Practice from QAA Members. QAA (2021). [Online].
  • "Consulting the campus ‘living lab’: Promoting employability and sustainability learning within the core curriculum and beyond". National Interdisciplinary Education Conference Program. Thursday 11/06/2021. Online. [Slides].

  • "Localising Teaching for Global Sustainable Development: Student Research-Based, Policy and Practice Proposals for Coventry". Exploring the Civic Curriculum, Friday 9 June 2017, the Great Hall, University of Leeds. [Slides].
  • "Mainstreaming ‘Employability’ Skills Through Communities of Praxis: Policy Pitching for Global Sustainable Development". Learning and Teaching Showcase 2017: Learning communities, Monday 3 July, Oculus, University of Warwick. Presented with Debbie Smith, Nathalie Dalton-King and Ninna Makrinov. [Slides].