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Dr Lee Hazeldine

Senior Lecturer

School of Humanities & Educational Studies

My research interests include cross-curricular learning, multimodal and digital learning, affect theory and continental philosophy. My teaching responsibilities include digital learning, educational research and pedagogic theory and practice. I am currently a Research Fellow upon the Epistemic Insight Initiative.

I have worked in a variety of teaching and training roles throughout the UK. My responsibilities have included learning consultancy, digital pedagogy and art and design education. I have a PhD in Philosophy, a MA in Cultural Representation and a PGCert in Social Science Research Methods.

My teaching specialisms include: blended and online learning, pedagogic theory, art education and cross-curricular learning.

I currently teach upon the following modules and programmes:

  • Rethinking Teaching and Learning (Module Lead)
  • Pedadgogies and Principles of Practice (Module Lead)
  • Research and Enquiry in Education
  • Post-Graduate Certificate in Educational Practice
  • BA (Hons) Primary Education
  • PGCE
  • Careers Leader Training
  • BA (Hons) Arts in Education

I am involved in developing the OIL (Online International Learning) and Prism initiative. I continue to help staff and students develop innovative digital and blended learning thoroughout the Faculty of Education.

I am currently involved in research and development in the following areas:

  • Digital and blended learning
  • Collaborative Online International Learning
  • Online research and knowledge collaboration and exchange
  • Epistemic Insight (cross disciplinary learning)
  • Multimodal learning

Research Projects

  • An Investigation into the Justification, Validation and Relevance of Practical Science in Secondary Education. Researcher(s): Mr Angus Hope. Supervisor(s): Dr Lee Hazeldine, Professor Berry Billingsley. [Postgraduate Research Project]
  • Immersive Technology in the Secondary School Classroom: can 3D colourised imaging of historical objects develop students’ understanding of the diversity of human experiences of the past?. Researcher(s): Mrs Faye Wills. Supervisor(s): Dr Lee Hazeldine, Professor Berry Billingsley. [Postgraduate Research Project]

Recent conferences have included:

  • Managing the messiness of multiplicity: Towards an online feminist research methodology, Conference paper at the European Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, The
    University of Edinburgh, UK, 2019
  • Developing Content for Online Courses, Conference at the University of Kerala, India, 2019
  • Shattering the Subject Silo: Radical curriculum transformation and enhanced insight through co-created research, 3rd Annual Teaching and Learning Conference: Research and Teaching in Higher Education, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK, 2019
  • Experiential Cartographies: An Exploration of Affective Learning Through Multimodal Singularities, Conference paper at Capacious Conference 2018, Lancaster University, Pennsylvania, USA, 2018
  • SEN Learning and Research Communities: A Blended Learning Approach, 1st Annual Special Needs and Inclusion Professional
    Communities Conference, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK, 2017
  • Prisms and Playgrounds: Informing teacher development through shared inquiry, Partnership ITE Conference: How Research and Inquiry Impact on Teacher Development, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK 2017