I completed my PGCertHE in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education at the London School of Economics in 2008. In the following two years, I worked as a part-time educational developer at the LSE Teaching and Learning Centre where I provided teacher training for all social sciences and guided new teachers towards the completion of their own teaching certificates. I also marked PGCertHE portfolios and contributed to the development of the teacher training course curriculum.
I have ample experience supervising and marking theses at the BA, MA and PhD level. I regularly supervise between two and five master theses per semester from MOISL and other programmes. Recent topics include the history of human rights, contemporary security policy, history of international relations and cyber security policy.
At SDU I developed my skills in running and developing large-scale simulation games on diplomacy as well as designing cyber war games. Most recently, I was part of the small team that guided the development of a new software programme specifically designed to support simulation games in all SDU faculties.
Period02/10/2006 → …