Kerry Dobbins is a Senior Academic Developer at the University of Warwick where she leads the Cultivate programme, which supports individual professional development and offers collaborative enhancement opportunities to address strategic needs. Kerry has worked in educational development in various institutions where she has led and supported professional development programmes for early-career and experienced academics. She is an experienced pedagogic researcher with expertise in the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL). Kerry is particularly interested in supporting colleagues to take evidence-based and evaluative approaches to their teaching. She takes an active role in enhancing colleagues’ pedagogic scholarship skills and supporting the dissemination of their scholarly activities. As well as being a co-editor for the SEDA blog, she is an associate editor for the Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice. Kerry’s other interests include inclusive assessment (incorporating assessment and feedback design/strategy), learning outcomes, values-based teaching and compassion within the curriculum.
Kerry’s publications include: