Dr Alison Black
Senior Lecturer

Teaching

Lecturer, University of Exeter, (Sep 2012-current). MEd (Special Educational Needs) ‘SEN: teaching and learning’ and ‘Critical perspectives in inclusive and special education’ modules of the Masters in Special Educational Needs programme.

Responsible for the SEN element of Primary and Secondary PGCE courses.

Associate Lecturer, Plymouth University, (Oct 2013-July 2014). BA Education Studies ‘Introduction to Perspectives on Disability and Inclusive Education’.

Co-delivered lectures to secondary PGCE cohort – Theories of motivation (October 2013), Including young people with SEN/D in PE and school sport in English mainstream and special schools (March 2014)

Completed Learning to Teach in Higher Education course (LTHE Stage 1&2), gained award of Associate of Higher Education Academy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

·         Marked post-graduate summative assignments including MEd dissertations, an MSc Module - Interpretive Methodologies and a PGCE Professional Studies module and undertaken second marker moderation of these assignments.  Marked formative assignments for the PGCE module and an MEd module, providing students with generic as well as personalised feedback.

 

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