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Amanda Pocklington

Amanda Pocklington


University of Exeter


  • CeLP - Awarded: 2019

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Areas of Expertise

Induction, Transition and First Year Experience | Learning Spaces & Learning Communities | Peer Assisted Learning and Peer Mentoring | Study Skills | Visual Literacy and Multimodal Practices | Widening Participation


Amanda started her teaching career as a lecturer in Sport and Health where she developed and managed two Foundation Degree programmes as well as teaching up to PG. She is now an Academic Skills adviser and Peer Programmes Manager at the University of Exeter. She has overall responsibility for the successful support and development of the extensive array of peer programmes geared towards supporting students’ educational and personal development. She also supports various student engagement activities designed to encourage and support WP students. She is Co-chair of LearnHigher offering a platform for the sharing of Learning Development resources, and a member of the ALDinHE Steering Group.

How can I help learning developers?

Having originated the Exeter peer programmes support framework, the SW Peer Support Network and now sitting on the International Peer Learning network group I am keen to support others in instituting peer support in their own areas of work. My work as an academic skills adviser has provided me extensive experience of guiding students in their learning development particularly for WP students during transition phases.

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