I completed my Phd at the Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology (University College London) in September, 2017
I currently freelance, serving as a bridge between science and real-world applications, I am passionate to provide businesses, NGOs, government agencies, and consultants with the latest methodological and conceptual advances in organisational and behavioural science, to help them better understand and manage the complexity of today’s social world. I
n the last three years, I have held numerous workshops and lectures covering recent academic insights and research/statistical methods (e.g. quantitative statistics, research design and social network analysis).
I have been actively involved with academic as well as administrative work throughout my entire university career. In particular, during my graduate training, I have been fortunate enough to serve as a teaching assistant, seminar leader, supervisor and personal tutor for various research projects in the field of Social Cognition and Organisational Psychology. In addition, I have advised students on appropriate research topics, edited and evaluated their work and supervised final projects (BSc/MSc Dissertations).
Through my various teaching activities, during my graduate career, I have developed confidence and a strong interest in teaching. My objective is to inspire my students to develop their own learning interests and critical thinking. Teaching a wide range of courses has made me aware of the needs and interests of a diverse audience. Therefore, I aim to teach in a way always considering the interconnection between the student’s personal background, culture, and learning abilities, the relevant subject matter, and present-day debates on social and psychological issues. I try to choose content and activities that are both significant and challenging, encouraging students to think “beyond” their comfort zone and feel actively engaged in their own learning process. Similarly, I aim to design discussions and activities in a way that aims to stimulate students to make connections between the topic at hand and other disciplines.
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