Dr Hatice Choli

Dr Hatice Choli BSc Hons, PGCE, MA, EdD

Dr Hatice Choli

Dr Hatice Choli
BSc Hons, PGCE, MA, EdD

Programme Leader and Senior Lecturer

Department of Education and Community Studies

Faculty of Education and Health

Dr. Hatice Choli is a Programme Leader and a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Education and Community Studies at the University of Greenwich.

Hatice started her teaching career in Further Education teaching Information & Communication Technology (ICT) and business from basic introductory courses to advanced level qualifications. She has worked closely with educational institutions in all phases of education and has a Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) professional status.

Hatice was later employed by a local authority to manage and deliver a multi-million pound digital technologies project working directly with a network of local third sector organisations (e.g. charities, associations, voluntary groups) and their communities. She was responsible for income generation via bids and tenders and managing a large team, delivering Information Technology skills training across 30 centres and a mobile classroom. In addition, the network of centres worked directly with the borough's primary and secondary schools as well as Greenwich Learning Resources Centres (LRC's) i.e. libraries within an educational setting. This successful digital project had excellent outcomes and was transferred to their communities at the end of the contract.

Hatice joined the University in 2002 as lecturer on the BA Hons and BSc Hons Education and Training/Lifelong Learning Sector (LLS) programme, and was also involved in the development and delivery of the Foundation degree Education and Training course.

Hatice later became course leader on the (Distance Learning) Post Graduate Certificate in Education/Lifelong Learning Teacher Education programme (PGCE/LLTE), and tutor to trainee teachers studying for their Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). This involved lecturing on a range of courses, e.g. Planning and Enabling Learning; Managing and Responding to Behaviours in a Learning Environment; Assessment and Learning; Theories and Principles for Planning and Enabling Learning; Curriculum Design and Implementation of Inclusive Practice; Subject Specialist Study; Wider Professional Studies; and Continuing Personal and Professional Practice, along with a number of teaching practice observations.

Her current position with the university, leads on a large undergraduate programme and as lecturer on both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across a range of courses which include: Social Enterprise; Education Management and Leadership; Performance Management; Work-based Learning and Mentoring; Enquiry Project; Education Research Methods and Methodology; Technology Enhanced Learning: Policy and Practice. She also supervises Masters and Doctoral student dissertation degrees.

Hatice is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Sector (SFHE).

  • Programme Leader and a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Education and Community Studies
  • Leads on the undergraduate programme
  • Lecturer for a range of courses on both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes

Hatice's scholarly interests is the educational use of digital technologies/new media to enhance learning and teaching and digital inclusion of disadvantaged communities.