- Masters lecture: Neuroscience of emotion and decision making – Emotion I (2021 and 2022)
- Masters lecture: Neuroscience of emotion and decision making – Emotion II (2021 and 2022)
- Multiple Perspectives in Developmental Psychopathology seminar session, Anna Freud Centre (2022)
- Lab tutor for Psychological Research Methods and Statistics second year undergraduate course (2019-2021) – included adapting material for online learning
- Lab report marker (2018 – 2019)
- Completed certification to become an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2018)
- SPSS statistics workshop demonstrator, Psychological Research Methods and Statistics second year undergraduate course (2017-2019)
- Voluntary Student Mentor, Royal Holloway, University of London and Windsor Boy’s School (2015)
- Voluntary Youth Worker, Anstee Bridge, Achieving for Children (2013-2018)
- Supervising a summer research placement student on a research outreach and dissemination project (self-designed project with funding awarded by the University of Reading, we are producing a podcast, NeuroDives: Diving into Neurodiversity) (2022)
- Supervising and training multiple research assistants for data collection with autistic and non-autistic children (2021-present)
- Aiding in the supervision of undergraduate and masters research projects along with my PhD supervisor, including training for assisting me with behavioural and MRI data collection (2017-2019)
I am a former member of THESIS, a pedagogic group of teaching-focused staff based in the Department of Psychology at Royal Holloway. The group is dedicated to teaching excellence, supporting and inspiring students. In 2021, the THESIS team were awarded a college Team Teaching Commendation.
summary of my experience
These experiences have given me a strong understanding of the structure and implementation of higher education (HE) teaching. I have also worked with a range of students (from GCSE to MSc) and gained an understanding of different approaches to HE through my own experience of completing an Access Course prior to starting my BSc. Understanding teaching styles and different routes into HE, means that I am able to tailor my teaching, based on the needs of students.