Location: ARU Peterborough
Areas of Expertise: Education and teaching
Courses taught: Primary Education Studies, Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (non FHEA)
Sue has worked in education as a teacher, practitioner, researcher and academic for the past 30 years.
Sue’s teaching career started over 30 years ago, in primary schools in Hampshire and Dorset, before moving to Cambridgeshire where she taught across the age phases.
In 2010, Sue took the opportunity to move to teaching in higher education. Since then she has led a number of teacher education courses. Currently, Sue teaches on a variety of courses including the PGCert Learning and Teaching (HE) and BA Primary Education Studies in Peterborough, as well as supervising doctoral students.
Kitchin, S. (2018). The case of Inclusion and Progress. Childhood Remixed, pp.96-114.
Kitchin, S. (2019). Supporting children to thrive in Education Paper presented at BERA Conference.
Current research (2022). Research is being undertaken as a team to consider the impact of co-creating a simulated primary classroom on student confidence of the role of the teacher as a reflective practitioner. An application is being made to present at Advance HE (2023) Learning and Teaching Conference.