Dr Jonathan Doney
Research Fellow

Teaching

Jonathan has taught on a variety of educational research related courses at level 7 and 8 (including statistics for educational research for MSc and EdD programmes) at Exeter. Earlier, he acted as an Associate Course Tutor on the RE PGCE programme at Exeter. This included teaching focused on RE content, inclusion, meeting special educational needs (inc EAL) and educational theory. As well as teaching, he undertook personal tutor responsibilities and acted as University Visiting Tutor. Jonathan also delivered lectures on RE in primary school for the Primary PGCE (Humanities strand).

Further, Jonathan has undertaken private tutoring in statistical methods, including SPSS and R, for a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate students at Universities of Exeter and Plymouth. In addition, he has led workshops on ‘Getting Published’ at conferences in Exeter, Nottingham and Liverpool, and on the use of R in educational research.

More recently, Jonathan has taught at level 4 and 5 at the University of Winchester, contributing to modules on the philosophy and sociology of education, and leading a module of the history of education, all of which contribute to their Undergraduate Educational Studies programme. Feedback from students is consistently excellent.

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