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Chenée Psaros

Chenée Psaros

Pronouns:

She/Her

Institution

Queen Mary University of London

Job Title

Senior Academic Skills Adviser

Accreditations

  • CeP - Awarded: 2019

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Areas of Expertise

Academic Literacies | Academic Reading | Academic Writing | Critical Pedagogies and LD | Digital Education | Inclusive Teaching | Leadership and Management | Learning Spaces & Learning Communities | Playful and Creative Learning | Professional Identity | Visual Literacy and Multimodal Practices | Widening Participation

Biography

Chenée is a learning developer, an artist, and a walker. She uses creative approaches in her teaching and is always looking to innovate her practice. Her primary interests lie in learning beyond the campus and exploring how walking fosters creativity. She has an MSc in Digital Education from the University of Edinburgh. She is currently a member of the ALDinHE Mentoring Working Group. She is a Senior Fellow of Advance HE and a reviewer for the Collaborative Award in Teaching Excellence for Advance HE.


How can I help learning developers?

You found me! Your friendly local learning developer. I am passionate about education and look forward to working alongside you to share my experiences around teaching and learning. I can help you navigate the complex world that is higher education. My strengths lie in academic integrity, digital pedagogies and inclusive teaching. I identify as Queer and am happy to share my experiences of supporting other colleagues under the LGBTQIA+ umbrella. Alongside my teaching, I am an experienced leader with a human-centred approach. I look for how individuals can add value to make well-rounded, successful teams. If you would like to work with me, I will take the time to get to know you and your context so we can develop strategies to ensure you get the most out of your role and that students get the most out of you. Let’s go for a coffee, hang out, or grab a drink – I look forward to learning from you too.


Last modified: 20/05/2024

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