My teaching philosophy and pedagogical research is: To continue to develop my teaching style to facilitate student learning through providing a facilitative but challenging learning environment that allows students to develop subject knowledge and lifelong learning skills. I am particularly aware that this statement is easy to write, but requires a high degree of reflexivity and a great deal of hard work to achieve. In essence the manner in which I strive to achieve this way of working is by using examples and providing commentary on various elements, which together drive student learning and my teaching practice.
BSc (Hons) Biology. Portsmouth, 1996
PhD in Molecular Biology. Warwick, 1999
Postgraduate Certificate in Academic and Professional Practice (PCAPP) Warwick, 2008
Postgraduate Certificate in Research Degree Supervision. Northampton, 2010
- Agom, David A., Poole, Helen, Allen, Stuart C. H., Onyeka, Tonia C., Ominyi, Jude, 2019. Understanding the Organization of Hospital-Based Palliative Care in a Nigerian Hospital: An Ethnographic Study. Indian Journal of Palliative Care