Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences
Since receiving my PhD in Atmospheric Chemistry from the University of East Anglia, I continued with my research into the role of halogen chemistry in the marine boundary layer for a number of years before joining the power industry as an atmospheric modeller. I then moved back into education completing my PGCE in 2004 and since then has been involved in learning & teaching in secondary, further and higher education acquiring fourteen years of teaching experience. During my time in HE I have convened modules on undergraduate ('Environmental Chemistry & Physics') and MSc courses ('Air Pollution Management & Control' and 'Integrated Environmental Strategies'), and I currently hold a teaching and learning position at Nottingham convening the 'Foundation Chemistry' and 'Maths for Foundation Science' modules on the Foundation Science course (www.nottingham.ac.uk/foundationscience). My current interests are in the effectiveness of student response systems (https://eic.rsc.org/ideas/responsive-teaching/3007116.article), the impact of flipped learning on attainment (https://jfyn.co.uk/index.php/ukfyn/article/view/14/14), and the development of effective student feedback for assessments.
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