Helen is currently the Associate Dean for Education in the Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education.
Helen continues to teach on a number of modules across the History Curriculum including:
History in the News (Level 4)
Human Worlds (Level 4)
Shamans, Priests and Witches (Level 5)
Group Project (Level 5)
Co-produced Module (Level 6)
She supervises a wide range of undergraduate dissertation topics.
As part of her teaching practice she includes a range of techniques including using Minecraft to recreate the deserted medieval village of Wharram Percy and using LEGO to model the castles of Edward I. She is keen to develop digital literacy in her students.
Helen also developed the History Competency Framework as part of the newly transformed BA History programme and is interested in curriculum design and the development of new ways of working.