Dr Cameron Graham
(Curriculum Design, Assessment & Feedback)
School of Applied Sciences Academic Practice Contact.
Sighthill Campus, Room 7.B.17
t: (0131) 455 3579
Cameron Graham is an Associate Professor in DLTE where he leads on the implementation of a the ENhance curriculum framework and approaches to Assessment & Feedback. Cameron also leads the University's Fellowship scheme – ENroute – and is an Advance HE Accreditor. Cameron’s research interests relate to criticality in the academy with a focus on scope of critical thinking, its conceptualisation and how this translates into the curriculum. His doctoral research explored international master's students’ experiences at three UK universities focusing on their conceptualisation, development and application of criticality and adaption to their new contexts of learning. Results from his research provide insights to facilitate international students' successful transitions into and inclusive engagement with the critical practices of UK HE. A key finding from the research was ‘contexts of difference’ which captures students intercultural learning and acts as a key means for students to develop as critical persons, Cameron incorporates these findings within the PgCert TSL which he developed with colleagues and previously lead.
Cameron is the Academic Practice contact for the School of Applied Sciences.