I first came to King’s in 2014 to complete an MA in Science Education and then a PhD in Education Research. My PhD research focused on understanding inequalities in students’ subject choices and compared the factors shaping young peoples’ participation in physics and modern languages. Alongside my studies, I worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) on the BA Social Science and MA Education programmes and as a Research Assistant on the ASPIRES 2 project. Before beginning my postgraduate studies, I worked for over a decade at various educational charities in the USA, UK and Japan.
I joined King’s Academy in early 2020 as a GTA Development Associate before beginning my current post as a Senior Teaching Fellow in 2021. I am particularly interested in supporting colleagues with curriculum design and development, implementing active learning strategies and pedagogical innovations and conducting education research projects.
I am currently working as the King’s Academy liaison for the Dickson Poon School of Law and the Faculty of Social Science and Public Policy (SSPP).
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