Higher Education in Focus

This section of the blog draws on my time in, and my ongoing ties to the higher education sector. Blog posts here include information on recent publications, my work in higher education as a curriculum specialist, and information about how academics can use intentional planning of units of study, assessments, and courses, to improve the learning outcomes of their students.


don't touch blended learning in studio

Do not touch!

Using Learning Technologies to disrupt and change Design Education I love technology. I know. This does not come as a ...
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A Fourth Way in Higher Ed?

Using an action research framework to inspire change in university teaching and learning I sit in my office with a ...
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the freedom to learn

Freedom to learn

When learning is not confined or defined by space or place I delivered an education sociology lecture in 2008, whilst ...
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Co-creating Curriculum

We were pleased to present the following paper at the IAACS 6th World Curriculum Studies Conference 2018. Held at The ...
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Insights Into Academic Identities

We were pleased to present the following paper at the 6th INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC IDENTITIES CONFERENCE (IAIC) 2018. Held at The ...
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A Cross-Cultural Collaboration

Curriculum Development of the First Women-Only Industrial Design Program in Saudi Arabia The first of our research articles on our curriculum development ...
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ID in Saudi Arabia

Developments in Saudi Arabia It is an exciting time of change in Saudi Arabia. One of the key changes is ...
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Intentionality, Technology and the Design Studios

Are you a design educator? Do you work in Higher Education? I am excited to share with you a recent ...
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HERDSA 2017 Poster

We presented a Poster during the Welcome Reception at HERDSA 2017 Conference. To know more please read on. We invite ...
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A Curriculum for Dammam

My colleague was in Denmark, 2016, and has presented the following conference paper, as part of a project on curriculum development ...
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