I am lucky to have been exposed to people doing high-quality Scholarship early in my career. One purpose of this website is to help me develop and articulate my own conception of Scholarship.
Going from a synthetic PhD to a Scholarship post has been hard. I have tried to use student project work to help me engage deeply with Social Sciences research methods. This has (accidentally) fallen into a really nice spot in Healey’s Teaching-Research nexus, and allows me to celebrate undergraduate research students as true partners in both the product and the process of research into the experience of learning Chemistry.
Some things I have learned about teaching from reading novels.
Reflections on the core points in Chakraverty’s 2019 paper on STEM Imposter Phenomenon in the context of the transition into PGR.
Reflections on how Constructive Alignment might play out in PGR training
My personal reflections on a really helpful conference.
Following the development of SoTL to better understand my T&S contract, I reflect on Scholarship Assessed by Glassick, Huber, and Maeroff.
Looking at Boyer’s 1990 work in the context of a 2019 “Teaching & Scholarship” contract.
A brief account of student-as-partner research into student views on the classification algorithm.
A very brief communication of a student-as-partner project investigating why first year students don’t turn up to workshops.
I’m hoping this gives me a platform for sharing my Teaching and my Scholarship.