Helen Scott: What education has taught me – 15 September 2020

Join our Pro Vice Chancellor Academic, Helen Scott as she discusses her experiences of working in education – thinking about both her contributions and takeaways. 

Taking Place: Tuesday 15th September, 12:30 – 13:30 BST 

For most of her life, Helen, our Pro Vice-Chancellor Academic, has been involved in education in some form or another - from playgroup, through school and university to working as a teacher, then in different roles in universities. At every stage of life she has been shaped by an experience connected either directly or indirectly to an educational context or event. In common with most people, her experiences have been mixed - some amazing and positive, others shocking and horizon-shifting. In this lecture, Helen will explore what different educational experiences have taught her about resilience, injustice, privilege, kindness, creativity, human nature and making sense of whatever comes your way, to name a few.

If you have any questions for Helen, please include these in the registration form and we will try to get these answered as part of the session. 

An introduction to Helen Scott:

Arden University Pro Vice-Chancellor Helen Scott

Professor Helen Scott is currently the Pro Vice Chancellor Academic at Arden University. Previously she was Dean of the Faculty of Education and Humanities at the University of Northampton. She has also held leadership posts in initial teacher education, teacher continuing professional development, art and design education and Fine Art at Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Cumbria. Her research and scholarly interests are in teacher education policy, higher education pedagogies and art and design education. With a background in art and design, she is a passionate supporter of the visual arts and their importance in education and society.