Dr Kylie Bradfield

Lecturer

Education University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

Dr Kylie Bradfield

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About me

I worked as a classroom primary teacher and as the Head of Curriculum at a large primary school before completing my Masters of Education and beginning work in the tertiary setting. Originally from Australia, I now lecture in the Primary Education program at The University of Stirling. In the past I have enjoyed contributing as a consultant in the creation of school programs and in providing professional development to teachers. My PhD investigated primary teachers' understandings of the teaching of children's literature. I am passionate about literacy, language, and literature as well as education in general.

Award

RATE Award Innovation in Online Module Content
https://www.stirlingstudentsunion.com/…igns/rateawards/
The Recognising and Advancing Teaching Excellence (RATE) Award recognises the excellent quality of teaching at the University of Stirling and provides students with the opportunity to identify areas of good practice within their learning experience.

RATE AWARD: Excellence in Teaching in the Faculty of Social Sciences
https://www.stirlingstudentsunion.com/…-Report-2020.pdf
The RATE awards are open to all students across all years, study programmes and campuses. They provide a great opportunity for student voice to be heard and allow for the recognition of staff members who went above and beyond for their students.

RATE AWARD: Excellence in Teaching in the Faculty of Social Sciences
University of Stirling
https://youtu.be/QHSzcbWIWls
The Recognising and Advancing Teaching Excellence (RATE) Award scheme was first introduced by Stirling Students' Union in 2010. RATE was born from the Union's desire to recognise the excellent quality of teaching at the University of Stirling and to provide students with the opportunity to identify areas of good practice within their learning experience. This has now expanded to include recognition and celebration of the support not only academic staff provide, but also supporting staff members and Faculty Officers.

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