I have extensive experience in delivering and assessing HE level courses both in Australia and UK. I have taught on varied programmes (Concurrent degree, Dip Ed, M Ed, MSc, PhD, Professional Doctoral): facilitating learning in online, blended and face-to-face environments.  
My research projects normally use more qualitative strategies, as I am more interested in the reasons for people/students actions and outcomes.
BSc Hons (2.1) Chelsea College, London University, UK
PhD Chemical Education, University of Waikato, New Zealand
PGCE Chemistry and Physical Education, Loughborough Universi
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
In the last fifteen years this focus has resulted in a programme of funded research exploring the use of technology in assessment, learning and teaching. My research has focussed on exploring the role of technology in science education and teacher education. taught in Australia, England, New Zealand and Scotland. She has been a keynote speaker or conference presenter at events in more than twenty countries and she is the author of more than one hundred papers on various aspects of education, and her research interests include: science education, technology education, teacher education, research methods.