Nadia Singh

Nadia Singh is a PhD student in Economics at Oxford Brookes Business School. Her thesis explores the sustainability implications of bioenergy projects in developing nations. She is also engaged in providing teaching support to the Economics department as a part of the university PhD studentship, since 2014 She is engaged in teaching undergraduate microeconomics, macroeconomics and finance module. She has recently become an Associate fellow of the Higher Education Academy and also holds a teaching certification UGC-NET from her native India. She is greatly interested in exploring and researching on alternative pedagogies in teaching of undergraduate Economics.

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Diversity in a student cohort’s academic background, A reflective commentary through the critical incident perspective

Introduction This incident relates to my teaching experience as a PhD student at Oxford Brookes Business School. I was assigned to lead applied Microeconomics seminars for first year undergraduate students. The seminar sessions comprised of 20 students from different academic

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