Mark Sutcliffe

Name: Mark Sutcliffe
Department: Children, Education and Communities
Current position: Senior Lecturer in Primary Education
Email: sutclifm@edgehill.ac.uk
Location: Ormskirk Main Campus, Faculty of Education

Biography

2017 to present    Course Leader for Holy Cross College BA (Hons) Teaching Learning &                                          Mentoring Practice
2017 to present    Senior Lecturer BA (Hons) Teaching Learning & Child Development 2017
2014 to present    Senior Lecturer BA (Hons) Teaching Learning & Mentoring Practice
2014 to present    Senior Lecturer BA (Hons) Children & Young Peoples Learning and                                              Development
2016 – 2018           SCITT Coordinator
2014 – 2017           Senior Lecturer MA in Education
2008 – 2014           Lecturer BA (Hons) Teaching Learning & Mentoring Practice
2006 – 2008           Associate lecturer BA (Hons) Teaching Learning & Mentoring Practice

Qualifications

MA in Education (Edge Hill University) 2013
PG Cert in Higher Education (Edge Hill University) 2009
PGCE Secondary English language and literature (St Martin’s College Lancaster) 1999
BA (Hons) English Language and Literature (Edge Hill University) 1998

Professional Development/Enhancement
Mark is a member of the Technology Enhanced Learning Steering Group and is currently in the second year of a doctorate at Chester University.

Research

Whilst Mark does not yet have a publishable research profile, he has explored a range of issues connected to student experience, assessment and the use of technology to improve student attainment.

Achievements

During his time at Edge Hill, Mark has worked on a number of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, encompassing a number of different areas of expertise. Mark regularly achieves consistently good feedback from his students regarding the quality of service provided in meeting their learning needs.

History

Mark joined the Faculty of Education at Edge Hill University as a Lecturer in 2006, having previously studied here. During his time at Edge Hill, Mark has worked on a number of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, encompassing a number of different areas of expertise.

Interests

Mark is interested in a range of issues connected to student experience, assessment and the use of technology to improve student attainment. This latter area of interest has allowed Mark to develop a professional passion for asynchronous learning opportunities and the manner with which new technologies can be productively used as part of this.