I include my research as much as possible into my teaching and believe in research-led teaching to enhance students’ learning experiences. I have extensive experience teaching students from different backgrounds and disciplines at the University of Glasgow, the London School of Economics and Political Science and University of East Anglia.
Currently, I convene and teach the qualitative research methods course to postgraduate research students and I teach on gender and the city with a Global South focus. Prior to my job at Glasgow I taught research methodology and research design to International Development Master students at the London School of Economics and Political Science, for which I have received an LSE Class Teacher Award from the Department of International Development and an Excellence in Education Award from the Department of Methodology.
I also contributed to a range of modules offered as part of the MA in International Development and to courses for PhD students at the University of East Anglia in qualitative and participatory research design and methods; development theory and debates; and gender, diversity and social development.