Oliver Earl is a trainee lecturer of Computer Science and postgraduate student of Post-Compulsory Education, bringing together multiple years of classroom demonstrating experience, a wealth of knowledge from well-recognised volunteerism in student welfare and peer support, and a concrete foundation within both software engineering and IT.
Previous academic research topics have been focused around the use of Internet of Things (IoT) services within dementia care applications, with a desire to venture into the pedagogical theories and best practices for teaching programming.
Miscellaneous interests include participating in the CodeCareer.io developer community, writing about a range of technical and pedagogical topics on Hashnode platform, as well as volunteering in a range of mental health activism and peer support work.
PGCE Post-Compulsory Education and Training, 2020
Birmingham City University
MSc Computer Science (Software Engineering), Merit, 2019
BSc Computer Science with German, 1st, 2018