This post is part one in a multi-part series explaining how the 2018 USS Pension strike is closely entwined with and an example of neoliberalisation. It is a long post, but assumes no prior knowledge of any of the concepts or context. If you want to look up the fabulous commentaries of colleagues who are […]Read More Neoliberalising HE: The USS Strike Part I
What did 2017 bring for me? At the turning of the calendar year I like to take a look back and consider… It’s been a busy year for events, both academic and LARP-related. My country hopping schedule was a bit more restrained than in previous years as my only travel outside of the UK has […]Read More Annual round-up 2017
Gender inequality in work persists, and in many ways this can be argued to be a result of learned behaviour where we ‘do’ gender in particular ways.Read More Why is gender a contemporary issue?
…or, why this blog isn’t more regularly updated Followers of this blog may have been wondering for some time where it’s author has got herself to. In general this is a consequence of writing for other platforms, including academic journals and books, and blogging internally for my students. In order to be more equitable, I […]Read More So many outlets, so little time!
Following a recent post on a friend’s blog about undertaking postgraduate certificate qualifications in teaching at university, I thought I would start the process I have been promising myself I would do for months now: publish my blogs on learning to teach. NB: some of this material has been recently submitted for assessment purposes, enjoy […]Read More Theories about Learning motivation and practice