Staffordshire Centre of Learning and Pedagogic Practice (SCoLPP)

Themes

Summary

SCoLPP strives to develop evidence-informed pedagogic practice in a collegial manner which connects learning and teaching to enhanced social mobility.

Our aim

SCoLPP is committed to developing evidence-informed pedagogic practice which connects learning and teaching to enhanced social mobility. Research themes include: examining pedagogical possibilities and evaluating the emancipatory nature of learning; developing evidence-informed evaluation methodologies for capturing the socio-cultural impact of effective learning approaches; translating evidence-informed learning into thought-leading participatory practice and collaborative enquiry.

Centre leader

Stella Jones-Devitt

Professor Of Critical Pedagogy

Researchers within Staffordshire Centre of Learning and Pedagogic Practice (SCoLPP)

Professor Carola Boehm

Professor

Having degrees both from the arts (music) as well as the sciences (electrical engineering, computer science) I am a genuine interdisciplinarian.

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Dr Rachel Bolton-King

Associate Professor (Tef)

I am an Associate Professor (Tef) and I specialise in forensic firearm identification and ammunition, ballistics imaging, and shooting incident reconstruction.

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Professor Tony Dodd

Associate Dean Research And Enterprise

Sue Lee

E-Learning Manager

Paul Orsmond

Senior Lecturer (Tef)

Paul is a lecturer who co-ordinates a number of different modules within the department of biology and in order to encourage student learning I develop different types of curriculum.

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Professor Jess Power

Associate Dean - Students

Prof Power is a Professor of Teaching and Learning at Staffordshire University, a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a National Teaching Fellow.

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Professor Fiona Tweed

Professor

Fiona is an international expert on glacial processes and natural hazards with over 25 years' experience of collaborative field research. An enthusiastic and inspiring educator, Fiona is a Senior Fellow of the HEA and a National Teaching Fellow.…

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Helen Walmsley-Smith

E-Learning Development Officer

Helen is based in Academic Development and works with staff across the university to develop academic practice and support the use of technology to enhance learning in the classroom and online.

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Top 250 Young University

Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2020

Top 15 for Teaching Quality

The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021

Top 15 for Social Inclusion

The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021

Midlands University of the Year

Midlands Business Awards 2020