Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT)
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Jacqueline is a member of the WISER team and has a special interest in engaging and supporting students from a variety of educational backgrounds. With a background of over 15 years teaching students in different educational settings, she developed her area for doctoral research based on the educational experiences of widening participation students. Her thesis title was: Looking beyond the label: What are the educational experiences of a cross-section of four cohorts of students labelled as ‘non-traditional’?
Jacqueline is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a retired registered member of The Society of Homeopaths.
Dr Jacqueline Dodding is a member of the WISER team situated within The Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT). She provides study skills support on an individual basis for students as well as workshops and bespoke sessions for students on all courses across UCLan. Jacqueline has a background of over 15 years teaching in different educational settings and on different courses in Education, Health care and Counselling. She currently provides educational consultancy for an integrated healthcare governing body. Her experience of teaching, engaging and supporting students from a variety of educational backgrounds inspired her doctoral research which sought to develop an understanding from the students’ perspectives of their educational journey and engagement in higher education.
Jacqueline is an active qualitative researcher and her research interests include widening participation, transformative educational experiences, student experience and academic identity.
Dodding, J. (2017) Book Review: Complexity in Education: From Horror to Passion Bakker, C. & Montesano Montessori, N. (eds.) Rotterdam: Sense Publishers (2016) Published Prism Journal May 2017
Satchwell, C., Partington, H., Barnes, L., Gurjee, R., Ramsdale, S., Dodding, J., & Drury, K. (2015). ‘Our breadcrumb trail through the woods’: Reflections on the use of a secret Facebook group as a strategy for surviving and thriving on the doctoral journey. International Journal of Doctoral Studies, 10, 465-482