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Qualifications

Ph.D, BSc (Hons) First Class, PGCE, FHEA

About

Dr Carol Wood is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Life Science and Education at University of South Wales, teaching physics and mathematics. She is module leader for Science on the Certificate in Higher Education Introduction to Secondary Teaching and coordinates Professional Development Planning on this course and the BSc Secondary Initial Teacher Training programmes.

She has a research background in colour reproduction in the printing industry and received the Willaimson Research Award in 1987 from The Royal Photographic Society. She spent 17 years teaching mathematics before joining the University of South Wales in 2009.

Publications

Wood, C., Clarke, B., Extending Partnerships Project Report, May 1993.
Wood, C.A., Pointer, M.R., Attridge, G.G., Jacobson, R.E. The application of colour reproduction indices to photographic reflection prints, J. Photogr. Sci., 35, 66-71, 1987.
Wood, C.A., Pointer, M.R , Attridge, G.G., Jacobson, R.E. The application of colour reproduction indices to photographic prints, Colour imaging Systems, Pointer, M.R. (ed.), pub. The Science Committee of the Royal Photographic Society, Bath, April 1987.
Wood, C.A., Jacobson, R.E., Attridge, G.G. Minimum perceptible differences in the colour reproduction of photographic prints in colour appearance terms, J. Photogr. Sci., 38, 101-104, 1990.
Wood, C.A., Attridge, G.G., Pointer, M.R., Jacobson, R.E. Minimum perceptible differences in the colour reproduction of photographic prints, J. Photogr. Sci., 39, 119-127, 1991.

Memberships

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Member of the ASE
Member of the Management Committee of the Vale of Glamorgan Schools Governors Association
Member of the Vale of Glamorgan Council’s Culture and Education Scrutiny Committee
Former Secretary to WALMATO

Research

STEM Activities
Teaching and Learning
Numeracy
Personal Deveopment Planning

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