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Alison Hramiak

Website: www.shu.ac.uk

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

I am a principal lecturer at Sheffield Hallam responsible for training 14-19 ICT teachers. I also teach on the masters in E-learning, and have specific responsibilities for learning, teaching and assessment across the Faculty. I also run a small research group within my division, directing and co-ordinating the various research projects within it. I am particularly interested in research into assessment and feedback, and also into the use of VLEs to enhance placement and teacher training for our trainees. I am involved in a number of cross institutional research projects including work on the transition phase from Y13 of school to Y1 of university. I regularly publish work in journals and books, and present at conferences in these areas. I am an active member of the IT in Teacher Education (ITTE) group.


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