I am a Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Liverpool. I am an ambitious T&S educator who is committed to innovative pedagogy and working towards positive change.
My trajectory into academia has been non-traditional and I am very keen to advocate for the value of lived experience and the need to widen participation.
I love meeting people working in similar areas or approaching teaching from a similar perspective. Please contact me if you want to talk about approaches or potential collaborations.
I am committed to developing innovative pedagogy influenced by my own needs as a Dyslexic teacher. I will keep a log of my pedagogical outputs below.
Times Higher Education- As a teacher with Dyslexia I found the move online eye-opening
Times Higher Education- Online micro-learning can transform the teaching of sensitive topics
The Academy Podcast-E49: Using a micro-learning approach to support inclusion
Learning and Teaching Conference 2021 Strip it Down: Micro Learning and the Sex Industry as a Dyslexic Teacher
Practical Pedagogy Conference, University of Lincoln, Strip it Down Non-Linear Course Design and the Sex Industry
Ahearne, G. (2021). The Micro-learning Model to Support Inclusion, 10th October 2021, Liverpool Fellows Network: University of Liverpool
Ahearne, G. (2021) Case Study: Non-linear learning, Centre for Innovation and Education, Liverpool: University of Liverpool
Ahearne, G. (2022). ‘Down the rabbit hole: non-linear pedagogy from a Dyslexic teacher’, Liverpool Learning Summit 2022: Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, University of Liverpool
Ahearne, G. (2022) Case Study: Micro-learning and the sex industry, Developing Academic Practice, Jan Issue, pp. 1-6, Liverpool: University of Liverpool
Ahearne, G. (2022). Pole Position: Micro-learning and the Sex Industry, Learning and Teaching Seminar Series, Liverpool: University of Liverpool Management School, 4th May 2022
Centre for Innovation in Education (2022) Treasure Island Pedagogies: Episode 19- The One with the Treasure Hunt, University of Liverpool
Centre for Innovation in Education (2022) Treasure Island Pedagogies blog, University of Liverpool
BSC, Women, Crime and Criminal Justice Network Sarah Waite Interviews Dr Gemma Ahearne
Ahearne, G., Goodwin, A., (2022). Creative Consultant: Building vibrant student-led learning, Learning and Teaching Conference, Liverpool: University of Liverpool, 7th July 2022
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