Pamela Thomas (CeP) – Presenter at #ALDCon21
Association for Learning Development in Higher Education Conference 2021
Presenter: Pamela Thomas (CeP)
Institution: London South Bank University
Pamela is a Senior Learning Developer in the Centre for Research Informed Teaching (CRIT) at London South Bank University. Pamela has over 20 years’ experience in English language teaching predominately in EFL, ESOL and EAP to support students teaching and learning to both native and non-native speakers of English.
As learning developer within the CRIT team, her portfolio of project work currently includes an institutional funded research project: What Works for LSBU – Academic Literacy as a barrier to learning: the BAME undergraduate Voice, a member of the Racial Awarding Gap Action Group and the Decolonising the Curriculum work stream and is the secretary of EquiNet, the BAME and Ally Staff Network. She is a Senior Fellow of Advance HE, an Associate Member of the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) and Alumna of the Advance HE, Diversifying Leadership Programme. Pamela was part of the ALDinHE Steering Committee and Conference Working Group from 2018 – 2020 and continues to Co-chair the Professional Recognition Working Group.
Pamela’s learning development expertise and research is in the field of academic literacy development understanding how student writers in higher education transition with vocational qualifications and navigate and negotiate their way through the academic writing process within their subject-specific discipline.
Thomas, P. and Alasia, S. (2021) Race inequality and inequity! Paper presented at the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education Conference 2021, Online.
Thomas, P. and Khanom, N. (2021) Advocacy and growing pains: Constructing a Learning Development toolkit. Workshop presented at the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education Conference 2021, Online.