The paramedic team at Liverpool John Moores University are proud of the impact students make today and in their future career. The team believes that viewing students as collaborators in their education, enhances their journey and ensures they are fully prepared for their civic responsibility in clinical practice.
Through his Associate Dean (Education) role, Dr Phil Denton oversees innovation, implementation and monitoring in respect of the University’s teaching and learning strategy. Students have acknowledged his compelling classroom practice as a Principal Lecturer in Physical Chemistry, notably in formative assessment and large-group teaching using modern technologies to facilitate engagement.
Ester has worked in higher education for 19 years and at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) since 2004 when she started as a Senior Lecturer in Criminal Justice and since 2016 as Associate Dean Education for the largest faculty in the institution. She is proud of her academic leadership role and works to ensure pedagogic practice is placed firmly on the agenda.
Supporting students from Northern Ireland: Exploring the barriers and enablers for a successful transition to higher education in the UK - HEA Annual Conference 2017 - Generation TEF: Teaching in the spotlight