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Personal profile

Scholarly biography

Lis Bundock's research interests focus on the experiences of LGBT teacher trainees in Higher Education and whilst training in school contexts. She has recently completed an MA in Education with a dissertation entitled ‘Becoming a teacher and being LGBT: negotiating the heteronormative in primary school cultures’. 

Selected Conferences and Panels

  • Bundock, E., L, Altendorff., Messenger, K. & Westgarth, M, (2019) ‘LGBT diversity in compulsory education and Teacher education: Reflections on professional practice and visions for the future Panel, Sussex University, UK, 6th February, 2019. (forthcoming)
  • Bundock, E. (2018) ‘Negotiating the heteronormative in the primary school context: what can teacher educators learn from the experiences of LGBT student teachers?’ TEAN Conference #9, Aston University, UK, 10th May, 2018.
  • Bundock, E. (2018) ‘- Becoming a teacher and being LGBT : Negotiating the heteronormative in the primary school context’ TEAN Conference #9, University of Brighton Inaugural Education Research & Enterprise Conference, UK, 18th June, 2018.
  • Bundock, E (2017) ‘iBelong: enhancing recruitment, retention and engagement through social media in two contrasting undergraduate ITE routes’ University of Brighton Teaching and Learning Conference, UK, 14th July, 2017.
  • Rose, T. & Bundock, E. (2016) ‘Innovation in Teacher Education: The Troops to Teachers Programme’ TEAN Conference #7, Aston University, UK, 5th May, 2016.

Current Responsibilities

My current responsibilities include leading Troops to Teachers, an innovative national programme that is targeted at ex-service personnel. This two-year programme is delivered in collaboration with four other HEIs through a blended learning package. During its early stages, I was responsible for designing the technology architecture that would enable us to deliver an undergraduate programme on a national scale. With a small team, I lead a programme that is focussed on promoting outstanding student experience that offers a range of strategies to support the unique needs of career changers and service leavers. I am also responsible for all University of Brighton employment based ITE routes including; School Direct Salaried, School Direct Tuition and the Postgraduate Apprenticeship (Early Years, Primary and Secondary). My role includes overseeing recruitment, student welfare and academic standards for all employment-based students.

Current Teaching Commitments

PGCE Primary

  • Contemporary Issues in Teaching and Learning

BA Primary

  • Exploring Learning and Teaching in Mathematics and Computing
  • Computing and Contemporary Curriculum Developments

Troops to Teachers

  • Module Leader - Contemporary Issues in Education; Educational Futures

Education/Academic qualification

Master, University of Brighton

1 Oct 20141 Nov 2017

Keywords

  • L Education (General)
  • LGBT
  • Teacher Education
  • Diversity
  • Heteronormativity