Kerrie Lee Lecturer in Education and Programme Director for BA Early Childhood Education and Care (Top up), and FdA Childhood Studies / FEd Early Childhood Studies Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education School of Education and Social Sciences firstname.lastname@example.org +44 (0) 1482 465025 Kerrie has 12 years' experience in early years having worked in a range of settings including 10 years within a school-based foundation unit. She also has 10 years of experience of teaching and learning in Higher Education. Research Research Interests The role higher education has on the continual professional development of early years practitioners and the impact this can have on the children involved. Teaching Programmes taught on (2018) FD Early Childhood Studies Early Childhood Studies Early Childhood Education and Care (1 year top-up) MA in Education and Early Childhood Programmes taught on (2019) MA in Education and Early Childhood FD Early Childhood Studies Early Childhood Education and Care (1 year top-up) Early Childhood Studies Modules list Creativity in Early Childhood Education and Care International Perspectives in Early Childhood Education and Care Early Child Development Early Child Development - Theory into Practice Early Childhood Education: Curricular and Pedagogical Debates Research PhDs Supervisor for undergraduate and also for masters' students individual research projects. Teaching awards and accolades Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy Professional highlights Academic qualifications FEd Early Childhood Studies, University of Lincoln BA Hons Early Childhood Studies, University of Lincoln MEd Early Childhood Studies External roles Worked with early years team on developing spaces for under-fives in the Ferens Art Gallery, Hull Took part in Freedom Festival 2017 as one of the 'pioneers' taking part in the first series of 'Tent Talks'