Supervision and teaching

PhD Supervisions

Daniel von Felten: Establishing a value network by facilitating cooperation – experience and knowledge for the facility management gained from the management of services. A retrospective PhD by Practice focussed on an analysis and evaluation of work practices.

Ian Wilkinson: Improving the quality of products for blind and partially sighted people.  A work-place inquiry using an action research approach in the Royal National Institute for the Blind.

Dr. Roz Fox (May 2015): Transformative Community Engagement for Sustainable Regeneration.  An inquiry using an action research approach in a deprived community in the North West of England.

Dr.  Richard Millwood (November 2014): The Design of Learner-centred, Technology-enhanced Education.  A retrospective PhD by practice focussed on an analysis and evaluation of work practices and ideas developed over a 30 year period.

Higher Education Teaching

Manchester Metropolitan University (current):

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, core teaching, learning and assessment and programme leadership modules.
  • Developing the online version for modules leading to Fellowship of the HEA

University of Bolton’s Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education with a focus on curriculum design, assessment and feedback and the supervision of action research projects (2010 – 2015)

University of Bolton:

  • Course Director for the Masters in Learning with Technology (2009-2011)

Anglia Ruskin University:

  • Course Director for the BA Hons. Learning, Technology and Research at (2003-2006)

School Sector Teaching

ICT School Advisor, TescoSchoolNet2000 project (1998-2000)

Humanities teacher at Brooke Weston City Technology College (1993-1998)

Geography & Geology Teacher at Sowerby Bridge High School (1992-93)

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