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Jane Wormald is a part-time Senior Lecturer and Examination tutor for the Foundation Degree in Learning Support and tutor on the BA (Hons) Education and Training programme. Jane began her career in contemporary dance and performing arts, subsequently specialising in dance notation. Jane worked for 10 years as performer, FE lecturer and GCSE examiner. Jane was Learning Support Coordinator at the University of Huddersfield for 4 years during which time she began working and studying in the School of Education and Professional Development.
Janes current interests are in Widening Participation in HE, career trajectories and experiences of PT study for mature students, communities of practice in blended learning programme delivery and inclusive assessment.
Reynolds, C., Wormald, J. and Bailey, W. (2013) ‘Vibrant and engaging online social learning: an innovative response to threatened part-time study in Higher Education’. In: Enhancement and Innovation in Higher Education, 11-13 Jun 2013, Glasgow, Scotland
Iredale, A., Orr, K., Bailey, W. and Wormald, J. (2013) ‘Confidence, risk, and the journey into praxis: work-based learning and teacher development’ Journal of Education for Teaching , 39 (2). ISSN 0260-7476
Wormald, J. and Clare, R. (2011) ‘Do we belong in our classrooms?’. In: Equality and Diversity Conference , 11th November 2011, University of Huddersfield, UK
Wormald, J., Findlay, I. and Bennett, E. (2011) ‘The value of 'soft skills' for blended learning. ’. In: ALT C conference 2011, 6th-8th September 2011, Leeds, England
Iredale, A., Bailey, W., Orr, K. and Wormald, J. (2011) ‘Confidence, risk, and the journey into praxis: work-based learning and the teacher education curriculum’. In: The Important Role of Higher Education in Teacher Education, 20th May 2011, Manchester Conference Centre , p. 22
Member of Governing Body Kirkroyds Infant School