Lis Bundock's research interests focus on the experiences of LGBT teachers trainees and teachers in Higher Education and in school contexts.
In 2017 she 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.
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
- Contemporary Issues in Teaching and Learning
- Exploring Learning and Teaching in Mathematics and Computing
- Computing and Contemporary Curriculum Developments
Troops to Teachers
- Module Leader - Contemporary Issues in Education; Educational Futures
Master, University of Brighton
1 Oct 2014 → 1 Nov 2017
Award Date: 6 Sep 2018
- L Education (General)
- Teacher Education