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My Teaching

Sessional Tutor: Department of Sociology, University of Warwick

October 2013 – June 2014

  • Teaching on the undergraduate research methods module Researching Society and Culture
  • Teaching critical and practical understanding of quantitative and qualitative methods and their links to policy, practice and social change
  • Marking formative and summative assessments
  • Substantive focus on a range of social issues including globalisation, precarious employment and urban poverty

Key Stage 3&5 Tutor: The Brilliant Club

February 2013 – February 2014

  • The Brilliant Club work in non-selective state schools serving low participation communities throughout the UK. They aim to develop the knowledge, skills and ambition that help these young people to secure places at top universities.
  • Delivered pre-prepared and self-designed programmes of university-style tutorial sessions to small groups of pupils aged 13-18 at non-selective state schools in London
  • "Can Terrorism Ever Be Justified" philosophy module
  • "Understanding Development" politics module (self written - module handbook available here)
  • Offered advice and guidance on university life, academic skills and techniques for non-verbal communication
  • Designed and marked formative and summative assessments