Personal profile

Approach to teaching

With over 9 years’ experience of teaching English Literature and Media placement modules at the University of Brighton, I have developed a rich understanding of student learning and engagement with experiential modes of study. I am passionate about this pragmatic approach to learning and its benefits to the students. Applying research from their degree allows them to test out theories of practice and to rethink theories of practice based on their experience. I am an advocate of differentiated instruction (Tomlinson, 2004), where the students' learning experience is ultimately tailored according to their interests, readiness and preferred mode of learning (ibid), which makes these modules highly personalised and inclusive.


Research interests

In the next year I wish to develop a profile of research in pedagogy/ curriculum development, including work on placement modules and the application of differentiated instruction to encourage inclusivity.

Education/Academic qualification

Master, TESOL with ICT, University of Brighton

1 Oct 20148 Jan 2018

Award Date: 7 Dec 2018

Prince2 Registered Practitioner

25 Sept 201130 Sept 2011

Award Date: 30 Sept 2011

Bachelor, BA French Language and Media Studies (4 year sandwich course of study), University of Brighton

1 Oct 200324 May 2007

Award Date: 1 Jul 2007


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