Stephen Sowa (Tutor & PhD student)

Thesis title: Understanding the complexities of supporting children’s career pursuits and preparedness for changing job markets

Background

Stephen is a PhD student and Tutor within the Moray House School of Education and Sport, University of Edinburgh. His current research investigates the theoretical and practical complexities of supporting school students' career pursuits and preparedness for changing job markets.

Qualifications

MA Education, Health Promotion and International Development

PhD Education (ongoing)

Responsibilities & affiliations

Teacher Education, Curriculum and Pedagogy Thematic Hub

Advanced Quantitative Research in Education Thematic Hub

Digital Education Thematic Hub

Comparative Education and International Development Research Group

Sustainability in Education Research Group

Undergraduate teaching

Tutor:

Currents: Understanding and addressing global challenges

Postgraduate teaching

Tutor:

Sources of Knowledge: Understanding and Analysing Research Literature

Conceptualising Research: Foundations, Assumptions and Praxis

Children and Technology

 

Dissertation Supervisor:

MSc Education

Research summary

Stephen's research interests span areas including education and the future of work, career development, education and international development, and teaching and learning theory.

Knowledge exchange

Scottish Government Seminar Series

Project activity

Artistry of Teaching Project

Invited speaker

6th International Conference on Employer Engagement: Preparing Young People for the Future (1st - 2nd July 2021)

The 8th Annual Education Studies Postgraduate Research Conference - University of Warwick (23rd - 24th April 2021)

Organiser

Moray House School of Education Conference: Becoming more Certain with Uncertainty (13th May 2022)