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James has 25 years’ teaching experience in Higher Education, as a Teaching Fellow, Lecturer and Senior Lecturer. At the University of West London he led research and curriculum development for intercultural communication and for employability, introduced a number of related teaching and learning innovations and supported colleagues in the development of their practice as teachers. In 2010 he was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship.
Since then, James has taught and observed early career and more experienced teachers on the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice and MA in Clinical Education programmes at King’s College London. As a Learning and Teaching Advisor here at QMUL since March 2016, James has worked with the Schools of Mathematical Sciences, Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, and Economics and Finance. He is currently working with colleagues in the School of Politics and International Relations to implement and evaluate his TAWK IT (Talk and Write Knowledge in Texts) teaching approach, which develops students’ ability to integrate source materials in their writing.