Dr Mark A. Minott is presently a lecturer in Teacher Education here at the school of education, University of Hull. He recently arrived from Durham University, UK. He brings over 20 years of teaching experience (EYS- HE) and is a fellow of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia.
Mark has engaged in research and research-related activities in several UK universities—Hull, East London, Roehampton, Bristol, Manchester Metropolitan, East Anglia, and Durham. His research interests are Reflective Learning and Teaching, Teacher Education, Music Education and Educational Technology.
His published works are in Journals such as Reflective Practice: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives (UK); International Journal of Music Education (USA); Journal of Music, Technology & Education (UK); Professional Development in Education (UK); Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal (UK); Canadian Journal of Education and the Australian Journal of Education.
Mark is also the author of several books: A Reflective Approach to Teaching Practicum Debriefing, Reflective Teaching and…, and Reflective Teaching: Properties, Tool, Benefits and Support.