Dr Liz McKenzie
Profiles

Dr Liz McKenzie

Lecturer in Postgraduate Professional Development

Plymouth Institute of Education (Faculty of Arts and Humanities)

Role

Core tutor on the International Masters Programme (IMP) within the Institute of Education.

Qualifications

EdD (Open University)

QTLS (Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills) awarded by IfL (2009).

 PGCE (Higher Education) - Open University.

 MA Education (Primary)  - Open University.

 PGCE (Primary, QTS) University of London Institute of Education .

 MSc (Child Development ) - University of London Institute of Education.

 BSc  Hons. (Psychology) - Nottingham University.

Professional membership

British Psychological Society (BPS).

British Educational Research Association (BERA)

Member Society for Research in Higher Education (SRHE)

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)

Fellow of the Institute for Learning (IfL)


 
 

Teaching interests

Teaching on IMP modules and the National Award for SEN Co-ordinators.

Psychology and education; all aspects of classroom practice; HE in FE practice; Post-16 education and Adult Learning; Professional Development; Reflective Practice.

Research interests

Reflection and Reflective practice.
Teacher educators experience of reflection.

Professional Identities and practice styles of HE in FE practitioners.
HE in FE practice.

Teaching Assistants' experience and practice.
FdA students' choices and experience.

McKenzie,L. (2015) Trainee teachers’ experience of reflection, Journal of Further and Higher Education.

Gale, K. Turner, B. & McKenzie, L. (2013) Action research, becoming and the assemblage: a Deleuzian reconceptualisation of professional practice, Educational Action Research, 21:4, 549-564,

Gale, K. , Turner, R. and McKenzie, L. M.(2011) 'Communities of praxis? Scholarship and practice styles of the HE in FE professional', Journal of Vocational Education & Training, 63: 2, 159 — 169

Turner, R, McKenzie, L. and Stone, M. (2009) ''Square peg - round hole': the emerging professional identities of HE in FE lecturers working in a partner college network in south-west England', Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 14: 4, 355 — 368.

Turner, R, McKenzie, L. M. , McDermott, A. P. and Stone, M. (2009) 'Emerging HE cultures: perspectives from CETL award holders in a partner college network', Journal of Further and Higher Education, 33: 3, 255 — 263