Julie Fowlie, MA, SFHEA, FCMI, CMBE

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Research interests

My professional background is in management development within the financial services sector. I am a Principal Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Brighton Business School. My main academic interests are exploring the role of Higher Education Institutions, and specifically business curriculum, in developing students employability in the context of pre-professional indentity, developing the idea of digital capital; seeing the distinction between behaviours and attitude as opposed to skills and knowledge as important. I also have an interest in highlighting the 17 UNSDG Goals in the curriculum.

Approach to teaching

  1. Learning is enhanced when learners are aware of their learning process and see outcomes as relevant.
  2. Working as a group enhances learning.
  3. Learning is enhanced when self-evaluation and reflection are included in the learning process.
  4. Feedback is developmental not a means to justify a grade.

Keywords

  • H Social Sciences (General)
  • employability
  • leadership
  • curriculum review
  • pre-professional indentity
  • employability behaviours
  • digital capital

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