Dr Pollyanna Magne
Lecturer in Clinical Education
Peninsula Medical School (Faculty of Health)
- Higher education
- Assessment of learning
- Feedback in Higher Education
- Internationalisation in Higher Education
- Learning ethos
- Behaviour management in Higher Education
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Programme Director for the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP)
Professional Biography: Polly has worked in Higher Education since 2001. She is an Educational Developer who works alongside academic colleagues to enhance the teaching, learning and assessment experience for students. She is also the Programme Director of a Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP) which incorporates innovative design and a range of pedagogic approaches. Much of Polly’s external consultancy work is informed by her research which includes: effective feedback; dynamic curriculum design; inclusive assessment practice, and internationalisation.
MA Ed. PGCert LTHE. PGCE.BA (Hons).
Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) Current
Staff and Educational Development Association Member (SEDA) Current
Institute of Lecturers and Teachers in Higher Education (ILTHE) 2003-2005
National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers (NASUWT) 1997-2002
Polly is an educational developer with a passion for creating dynamic and participative learning environments. With more than 25 years experience in the classroom Polly's teaching interests cover a broad spectrum with particular expertise in:
Dynamic classroom facilitation
Academic writing retreats
I am an educational researcher and practitioner with a passion for creating dynamic teaching and learning environments. My current research is on the international curriculum and the role of critical global pedagogies. Previous research projects include: Inclusive Assessment Design;Giving Effective Feedback; and Transnational Education.
Findings from these research projects have been used to inform and develop policy at the University of Plymouth. Outputs in the form of teaching resources are available at https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/your-university/teaching-and-learning/guidance-and-resources
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