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Cheryl Reynolds has worked in education for the last 18 years, beginning as a teacher of Science in Further Education and developing through roles that involved the innovative use of technology in teaching and learning to her current role as a Teacher Educator. She became a senior lecturer in post-compulsory education and training at the University of Huddersfield in 2005. Since 2006 she has been the coordinator for the University's online ‘Teaching a Specialist Subject’ provision and in 2008 she was appointed as elearning manager across the University’s Consortium of 24 partner colleges. Throughout her career Cheryl has promoted both digital literacy and the practical value of theory to practitioners. She strongly believes in the importance of both of these areas in empowering students, engaging them in education and in citizenship more generally and giving them a voice.


Cheryl’s extensive work in using technology in teaching and learning means that this is where much of her research interest lies. Her doctoral work centres particularly around the use of social networking as a platform for the delivery of master’s level courses. She was also a co-leader of the JISC-funded ‘Evaluating the Benefits of Electronic Assessment Management’ or EBEAM project, which explored her introduction of electronic assessment for large cohorts of trainee teachers across the North of England. Her work in teacher education has also led to her appointment as the Social Media Manager for the Journal of Vocational Education and Training and most recently she has been appointed as Project Manager for the HEFCE-funded ‘Interventions for Success’ project. She manages the project across four participating institutions (Manchester Metropolitan University and the Universities of Huddersfield, Coventry and Lincoln) in the design and delivery of interventions aimed at retaining and improving the outcomes for students at risk of leaving education or of underachieving.

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Research Output 2014 2017

  • 2 Chapter
  • 1 Other chapter contribution

The Digitalization of Work and Social Justice: Reflections on the Labour Process of English Further Education Teachers

Avis, J. & Reynolds, C. 20 Oct 2017 The Impact of Digitalization in the Workplace: An Educational View. Harteis, C. (ed.). Springer Verlag, p. 213-229 17 p. (Professional and Practice-based Learning; vol. 21)

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

digitalization
further education
social justice
labor
teacher

Learning and teaching with technology

Bennett, E., Burton, S., Iredale, A., Reynolds, C. & Youde, A. 2015 Teaching in Lifelong Learning: A Guide to Theory and Practice. Avis, J., Fisher, R. & Thompson, R. (eds.). 2nd ed. Open University Press, p. 155-170 16 p.

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Using technology to enhance learning

Reynolds, C. & Appukuttan, S. Nov 2014 Learning, Teaching and Development: Strategies for Action. Ashmore, L. & Robinson, D. (eds.). London: SAGE Publications Ltd, p. 186-212 27 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

learning
Blended Learning
social learning
learning theory
learning process

Activities 2006 2017

  • 8 Oral presentation