Lecturer Profiles

Narelle Hassell

Highest qualification

Masters of Applied Linguistics (TESOL)

What do you teach at CRIC?

Critical Thinking, Interactive Learning Skills and Analysis of Texts

What do you like most about the subject?

Critical thinking can be applied to everyday life, which allows us to draw upon and use current issues

How would you describe your teaching style?

Relaxed, encouraging and student centred

Where else have you worked?

Language schools in Cambridge and Sydney

Your tip for university success

Don't expect everything will come easy, you do have to work at it...

What else can you tell us about yourself?

I love travel, being outdoors & being active

Emilia Carey

Highest qualification

BA Modern Languages

What do you teach at CRIC?

Interactive learning skills and Communication

What do you like most about the subject?

Helping students

How would you describe your teaching style?

Relaxed, practical & fun!

Where else have you worked?

Language schools and companies in Spain

Your tip for university success

Work hard and play hard too!

What else can you tell us about yourself?

I lived and taught in Spain for 9 years

Berry Groisman

Highest qualification

Ph.D

What do you teach at CRIC?

Physics and Mathematics

What do you like most about the subject?

Their beauty and rigour

How would you describe your teaching style?

Encourage, inspire and support. Understanding basics well is often more important than covering tons of topics

Where else have you worked?

University of Cambridge and Bristol

Your tip for university success

It is a journey - enjoy exploration. Remember, that this is not school-nobody knows all the answers. Be yourself & be creative. This was your choice, you are free-so take advantage of this opportunity...

Tom Cock

Highest qualification

MA MEng (cantab)

What do you teach at CRIC?

Accounting, Statistics, Maths and Physics.

What do you like most about the subject?

We use mathematical techniques to gain a better understanding of varied situations.

How would you describe your teaching style?

Friendly, flexible and no-nonsense! I try to encourage students to answer their own questions.

Where else have you worked?

Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge Assessment, Industry

Your tip for university success

Be curious- ask lots of questions, but be prepared to work to find the answers.

What else can you tell us about yourself?

I was a Policeman in Cambridge.

Mark D'Arcy

Highest qualification

MSc in DNA Analyses

What do you teach at CRIC?

I teach ICT and Chemistry at CRIC and Biology at HIC.

What do you like most about the subject?

I find science and technology fascinating and particularly like how these subjects give me a better insight into how the world we live in and the technology that we use works.

How would you describe your teaching style?

My teaching style is informal and interactive. I enjoy engaging with the students in a classroom as I find this gets the most from them and enhances their experience.

Where else have you worked?

I have worked at Hertfordshire international college as a lecturer in a biology.

 
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