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Lecturer Profiles

Gillian Morgan

What do you teach?

English for Academic Purposes.

What do you like most about the subject?

The versatility of the subject. It offers the opportunity to read and respond to a wide range of material whilst at the same time promoting appropriate interaction amongst the students.

How would you describe your teaching style?

Student led. I encourage and guide the students to explore and share their own ideas and to discover the answers for themselves.

Where else have you worked?

As a Deputy Head Teacher at Mill Chase Secondary School, Hampshire, as a lecturer in Teacher Education and Training at Highbury College of Further and Higher Education.

Your tip for university success:

Come with an open mind.

Tom Haddigan

What do you teach?

Scientific Methods.

What do you like most about the subject?

I really like the broad range of this subject; everything from early astronomy to contemporary microelectronics.

How would you describe your teaching style?

I like to engage the class and invite as many questions as possible.

Where else have you worked?

University of Portsmouth

Your tip for university success:

Be self-critical and determined!

Dr Xiaodong Li

What do you teach?

Mathematics.

What do you like most about the subject?

I teach a wide range of different maths units at ICP and this means I can really get students excited about studying maths!

How would you describe your teaching style?

Encouraging and interactive.

Where else have you worked?

University of Portsmouth

Your tip for university success:

Enjoy every second!

Mark Lubbock

What do you teach?

Interactive Learning Skills and Communication

What do you like most about the subject?

The ability it has to really help students improve their communication skills which will help in all their studies. You can really see the students' confidence grow!

How would you describe your teaching style?

Interactive and lively!

Where else have you worked?

Highbury College Portsmouth and various local High Schools.

Your tip for university success:

Prepare, prepare prepare!