Miss Priyanka Bhatia
|Research Student in the School of Education|
Priyanka is a full-time postgraduate research student at the School of Education. Her research project investigates teachers' digital educational practices in public and private schools in India. The focus of the research is on the recent policy initiave, Digital India Campaign and how these initiatives affects teaching and learning practices.
Priyanka has graduated from the University of Manchester in BSc (Hons) Physics with Philosophy. After her bachelors, she realised that she is interested in Education and obtained masters in Education Studies from University of Strathclyde. During her dissertation, she explored student teachers' perspectives in understanding digital education within the Scottish Curriculum, Curriculum for Excellence.
Priyanka has worked in schools in India as Educational Technology Counsellor, where she supported teachers in understanding digital education and its meaningful integration.
- Digital Literacies
- Digital Practices
- El Soufi, R. K. (2021). Professional Habitus, Gender and Nursing Education in Lebanon and the UK. In S. Riddle, & P. Bhatia (Eds.), Imagining Better Education: Conference Proceedings 2020 (35-53)
- (2021). Imagining Better Education: Conference Proceedings 2020. In S. Riddle, & P. Bhatia (Eds.),
- Diehl, M. B. (2021). The Trouble with Poetry: Teachers’ perceptions on poetry teaching and learning in the secondary classroom. In S. Riddle, & P. Bhatia (Eds.), Imagining Better Education: Conference Proceedings 2020 (22-34)