Tania Skeaping | Chair of Trustees, Dartmoor Multi Academy Trust
Tania worked at Sotheby’s, London, as a valuation manager with an extensive portfolio of collections across France, Belgium and London. Tania then had a complete change of career in 2002, taking a PGCE in Art Exeter University. When her first child was born Tania stopped teaching and began working part-time for an internet Art Valuations start-up, a job she does today alongside working as a professional artist. Tania is married with two stepsons and two sons.
DR TOm BEGBIE | Exeter UNIVERSITY
DR IAN LUKE | UNIVERSITY OF ST MARK AND ST JOHN
Qualifications Ph.D. An Examination of Pupils' Metacognitive Ability in Secondary Education
Current Research Interests:
Metacognitive Ability, Disability, Assessment, Higher Education, Initial Teacher Education
Current Teaching Areas:
Higher Education Pedagogy, Learning Processes, Metacognition
As Dean Ian is responsible for the strategic and academic development of his Faculty. He has worked in several regions within the UK and has also worked internationally. Within higher education Ian has held lecturing or management positions within three universities as well as being engaged in a range of roles for specific projects within other higher education institutions. From a research perspective his current interests include metacognition, disability, higher education and teacher education. Ian has a sporting background in sports acrobatics, winning both World and European medals.
SUE LOCKWOOD | EDEN
Sue Lockwood – Acting Diocesan Direction of Education
Sue joined the Exeter Diocesan Education team in April 2018 as Diocesan Deputy Direction of Education having previous worked as a teacher and a Headteacher in both church and community schools for over 20 years. During this time, she was involved in local, national and international projects with a number of different partners including the British Council, the Rwandan Education Board, Edge Hill and Oxford Universities. Sue now works with schools from across the diocese, focusing particularly on school improvement and partnership working. Sue is currently undertaking the Diocesan Education Leaders Programme alongside colleagues from across the country