Project leader

P1010095.JPGThe Gastdozentur on this project is Dr Jamie Wood (for more on his publications and other work see here), from the University of Lincoln in the UK. He teaches in the School of Humanities at Lincoln and in the past has taught at all undergraduate and postgraduate levels in departments of Religions and Theology, Classics and Ancient History, History, and Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology at the Universities of Manchester, Sheffield, Warwick and Liverpool.

Jamie has also worked as an educational developer at the Centre for Inquiry-based Learning in the Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Sheffield and at the Centre for Excellence in Enquiry-Based Learning at the University of Manchester. These experiences developed his interest and expertise in pedagogical practice and research, especially in relation to active, research-based and online learning. He has taught on coaching programmes at the University of Sheffield and has contributed to numerous conference papers and training workshops.

Jamie is a Fellow and an Academic Associate of the Higher Education Academy, the overarching body for enhancing higher education teaching and learning in the UK, under the auspices of which he has contributed to training sessions for new lecturers and to other developmental activities with colleagues in the Humanities. He has extensive range of peer-reviewed publications in teaching and learning. This means that his pedagogic knowledge and skills have been applied, tested extensively and subjected to extensive review in Theological and Religious Studies, as well as in cognate disciplines of Classics and History.