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Dr Tansy Jessop: Winchester
Tansy is a Senior Fellow in Learning and Teaching, and leads the TESTA project. Drawing on her experience as a teacher and consultant in South Africa and India, she has research interests in assessment, social justice, and qualitative methods, particularly narrative and case study research.
Yaz El-Hakim: Winchester
Yaz is Director of Learning and Teaching at the University of Winchester, and co-leads the TESTA project. Through his experience of lecturing in Sports Science at Chichester and Winchester, he believes that assessment is a key element in student engagement and learning.
Professor Graham Gibbs (NTF)
Graham has published about 20 books and 400 articles on many aspects of teaching, learning and assessment in Higher Education. He was previously Director of the Oxford Learning Institute at the University of Oxford. He has acted as a consultant to about 160 universities world-wide. He has been awarded Honorary Doctorates by Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Utrecht. He is an Honorary Professor at the University of Winchester.
Professor Paul Hyland (NTF): Bath Spa
Paul is Head of Learning and Teaching, and is responsible for leading the pedagogical research and scholarship strategy of Artswork, the university’s Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. He has been Director of History in the Higher Education Academy’s Subject Centre for the development of teaching and learning in History, Classics and Archaeology. In 2000 he became the first historian in Britain to be awarded a National Teaching Fellowship by HEFCE/ILT.
Dr Duncan Reavey (NTF): Chichester
Duncan is Principal Lecturer in Learning and Teaching in the School of Teacher Education promoting best practice in university teaching. He has published widely on ecology, ecological education and innovations in university teaching. His academic interests and teaching approaches have been shaped by diverse times as a student in Oxford, Khartoum, York and Harvard, and as a lecturer in York, KwaZulu-Natal and Chichester.
Dr Ian Scott: Worcester
Ian has been a lecturer in Higher Education for two decades, administering a significant number of assessments to a wide range of students. Assessment is a powerful tool - it can both destroy and help to create learning. Ian has a long standing interest in accreditation of prior learning (APEL) and has published on this topic. APEL interests Ian because it brings to life so many different issues around assessment and because it is a socially just educational practice.