Job Opportunity: Senior Lecturer in Education
The School of Education, at the University of Lincoln, is a vibrant, friendly and intellectually stimulating environment for teaching and research that currently has in excess of fifty doctoral students. The School has recently expanded significantly with the successful introduction of both primary and secondary SCITT programmes and the next phase of development involves the introduction of a BA Education, BSc Education and Psychology, and an MA Education. As a result of this expansion the School is seeking to appoint a Senior Lecturer who will contribute to a number of our taught programmes, supervise PhD students, and actively contribute to the School’s research output.
The School produces research that contributes to innovative educational policy and practice both regionally, nationally, and internationally with our current research interests including academic freedom, alternative education, higher education policy, primary education, science education, SEND/SEBD and a range of interests in pedagogy and curriculum. Whilst we are keen to encourage applications from those whose research interests intersect with our existing ones we would also like to encourage applications from researchers in the areas of the philosophy of education, history of education, and psychology and education.
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