My name is Sarah Honeychurch. I’m a philosopher (I have a BA and a Masters from the university of Southampton), a Doctor Who lover (I’ve written a chapter on Dalek Ethics with my husband, Niall Barr, a knitter and an anarchist (I don’t go around blowing up parliaments, I am just against the over-arching authority of the state – but it’s complicated).
I work in the Learning and Teaching Centre and tutor in Philosophy at the University of Glasgow and I’m studying for a PhD in co-operative learning with Steve Draper and Fiona Patrick. I’m particularly interested in the Jigsaw Technique and I’ve given a fair few presentations about that, which I try to keep up to date here.
I’m also interested in uses of social media in HE, and have written some stuff about that with Lorna Love and Shazia Ahmed.
I say something about the name of my blog here.
My blog is shared under a CC-BY-SA-NC licence, meaning that anybody is free to use my words. But, if you are a researcher, I’d appreciate you letting me know that you are doing so. I’m easy to find on Twitter.