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As a Senior Lecturer in Learning Development, my role involves practice and research across the fields of learning and teaching, academic skills development, peer learning and student-staff partnership. My work also focuses on enhancing and supporting students’ transition, retention and professional development throughout their university experience. 

As a member of the CLT’s Student Academic Success Programme (SASP) I coordinate the implementation, development and research of the  Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) programme. I also co-develop academic study support across the university via the Academic Study Kit (ASK) website, and teach bespoke sessions across undergraduate and postgraduate courses to help students to develop their academic writing, critical thinking, group work and presentation skills within the context of their discipline. Across the variety of these projects, I work with students as collaborators and partners in the development and promotion of these resources to students.

Prior to this role I have worked as a Learning Support Tutor, Student Support and Guidance Tutor and Peer Assisted Study Sessions Supervisor which has given me a range of experience in supporting students in their learning.

I also provide staff consultation for course development and curriculum design and teach on various CLT courses including the PG Cert in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, the Course Leaders’ Course and the University of Brighton’s HEA-accredited Professional Recognition and Development Scheme for D1 and D2 applicants.


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