Earle Abrahamson

Professor Earle Abrahamson

Professor in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, NTF, PFHEA, FISSOTL

20102022

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I am a highly motivated, ambitious and dedicated professional with national and international recognition in the form of an International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) fellowship and Principal and National Teaching fellowship of Advance HE. My research and scholarship have international reach as I remain focussed on educational qualification and curriculum development. I have extensive leadership experience working in Higher education as well as with a range of awarding and professional bodies both within the UK and Internationally. I chair national groups on soft tissue practice and through this role have successfully campaigned for changes in soft tissue and complementary medicine recognition status. I further co-chair the ISSOTL advocacy committee and serve as conference abstract reviewer. I further sit on the editorial board for Teaching and Learning Inquiry, co-founded the Journal of Impact Cultures and chair the multinational teaching fellows group.

 

My research focusses on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) as well as my own discipline of sports therapy. I continue to publish articles in peer reviewed journals, in addition to writing books on anatomy, sports injury management and SoTL. I regularly deliver CPD seminars to sport therapists,  tutors and educational practitioners and lead on curriculum development and enhancement consulting across the University.

 

Education/Academic qualification

Research Sport Psychology, MA, Burnout in elite sport

25 Jan 199520 Feb 1996

Award Date: 20 Jun 1996

Clinical Psychology, BA Hons, Burnout in elite sport

28 Jan 19942 Dec 1994

Award Date: 17 Nov 1994

Sports Therapy, B Phys Ed, Burnout in elite sport

8 Feb 19892 Dec 1993

Award Date: 2 Dec 1993

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