Dr Carol Webb

Dr Carol Webb

Dr Carol Webb is currently engaged as a visiting lecturer at The University of Manchester, where she supervises dissertations of MSc students on a variety of topics relating to the project management domain. Carol also teaches GCSE English in a Derbyshire FE college to the 16-19 age group. She is currently coordinating a charity calendar project in aid of the Family Holiday Association to help underprivileged children get away on holiday. Her undergraduate degree was in Ancient History & Social Anthropology from UCL (2001), and her PhD was on the topic of management learning and complexity science obtained from Cranfield University (2006).#

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To some, education is a machine. To others, it’s more akin to a biological ecosystem. Here, FE English teacher and MSc supervisor Dr Carol Webb explains how, to her, education is an ever-adapting, wildly varied ecological environment.

Why are frogs so happy? Because they eat what bugs them. Haha. Good one. What bugs you about education? Make a list. Yes, you. Do it, now. Then just eat it. Figuratively speaking. How? By engaging in pond life thinking perhaps, that's how.

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