Alison Suzanne Evans staff

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Mrs Alison Suzanne Evans MA(Ed), HEA Fellow, BA(Hons) Business Education with QTS

Strategic Lead: Pedagogy and Curriculum

Tel: 01792 482041

  • Senior Lecturer
  • Strategic Lead for Curriculum and Pedagogy 
  • Module Lead (Research) - ECAD 4010, BA(Ed) Year 1
  • Teach on the PGCE courses
  • Business specialist for Secondary PGCE
  • Assessment of assignments including levels 4-7
  • Supervision of MA(Ed) students
  • Teach on Ed D Research module 

During a 20 year career as a Secondary School teacher, Alison undertook many roles such as Head of Department (Business Studies), KS2/KS3 Transition Co-ordinator and Teacher Governor.  During that time, Alison also enjoyed an active role as a mentor for PGCE students and as an external marker for GCSE and Advanced Level examinations and coursework.   

Currently, as a Senior Lecturer, Alison is involved in the delivery of modules to PGCE Primary and Secondary students as well as leading on a research module for BA(Ed) students in their first year.  She led the Admissions team in terms of the PGCE courses for five years before taking up her present role within pedagogy and curriculum. Alison is also pleased to act as an External Examiner for a PGCE course in an English university. 

Alison has been studying on the Professional Doctorate in Education (Ed D) course since 2017 and is pleased to be involved in the delivery of the course for first-year students.  Alison was also involved in writing aspects of the new MA in education (commenced 09/2021).  

  • HEA Fellow
  • Currently working towards the Professional Doctorate in Education
  • The development of enterprising skills in young learners
  • Entrepreneurship Education
  • Teaching and learning
  • Research methodologies
  • Enterprising skills
  • Teaching and learning
  • Poverty and equality 
  • Current appreciation of educational priorities and teaching approaches