Will King MbyRes (AFHEA)

2nd January 2020 to 14th May 2020

POL 2082 - Changing Character of Warfare

2nd January 2020 to 20th May 2020

POL 1017 - Globalisation of World Politics

23rd September 2019 to 20th January 2020

POL2020 Contemporary Theories of World Politics

23rd September 2019 to January 2020

POL2020 The Challenges of World Politics in the Twenty-First Century

5th February 2019 to 5th June 2019

Grand Challenges Facilitator

20th January 2019 to 20th April 2019

POL 1027 Strategic Theory and Contemporary International Relations

I was one of the main graduate teaching assistants on this module, teaching multiple seminars per week, hosing office hours, giving feedback back to students, marking essays and exams, and ensuring students were supported and able to learn effectively.

23rd September 2018 to 10th December 2018

POL2047 American Politics

I am currently teaching American Politics (Autumn 2018), being trusted enough to be the only Graduate Teaching Assistant on the module, teaching ten seminars a week on the study and analysis of American government, the Constitution, American elections, and the issues that arise as a result of the United States' government, studying both theory and case studies. 

5th February 2018 to 10th June 2018

Grand Challenges Facilitator - Climate Change

17th January 2018 to 25th May 2018

POL 1018 State of Britain

1st September 2017 to 9th January 2018

Politics in Europe: POL1020

In this course, I taught on the subject of Politics in Europe for Dr Florian Stoeckel. I taught five classes a week, introducing students to European Politics and how to interpret different European rules, institutions and ideas. With the current focus of European politics in the current political climate, this is a very current module to teach, and the students were engaged with the material and active in the seminars.

5th February 2017 to 9th June 2017

Grand Challenges Facilitator - Climate Change.

9th January 2017 to 9th April 2017

State and Society

I taught five seminars a week on this module convened by Dr Nils Christian-Bormann, which was concerned with studying how the state and society interacted and how they both governed and influenced each other. It focused also on the study of comparative politics, and how to actually understand political science as a subject. It was enjoyable to teach, and set up the students well for successive years in studying politics.

5th January 2017 to 10th April 2017

Graduate Essay Writing Skills Coach, Department of Politics

I was requested by the Department as an acknowledgement of my skills to assist undergraduates in essay writing methods. Students made an appointment with me, and I informed them of how they can improve their essay writing technique and how to get higher marks. 

1st January 2017 to March 2017

1-1 Essay Writing Skills Sessions

The 1-1 Essay Writing Skills Sessions program offers students the opportunity to meet with a Postgraduate Teaching Assistant (PTA) for a 30 minute session to help interpret and and take on board the feedback received on coursework for Politics modules in the Autumn. Students bring copies of first term essays to the appointment, together with the mark and feedback received on them. In the session tutors read the feedback on all essays, help interpret the feedback, identify particular issues and strategies for improvement and answer any questions students have about writing politics essays. For this, I was nominated for the Exeter University Guild Teaching Awards for providing best feedback, and I won in both Politics and SSIS.

21st September 2016 to 8th December 2016

Globalisation of World Politics

I taught this course from September to December 2016, teaching five seminars a week and being responsible for over 100 students. I taught the basics of international relations theory from realism through to constructivism, focusing on how we can apply these theories to reality and how international politics can be analysed through different perspectives. 

5th February 2016 to 9th June 2016

Grand Challenges Facilitator - Climate Change

5th January 2016 to 25th March 2016

American Politics

I taught American Politics for the spring term of 2015, leading three seminars a week on the study and analysis of American government, the Constitution, American elections, and the theoretical issues that arise as a result of the United States' government. I gave a lecture on the power of the American president in Week 6, demonstrating my capabilities as an academic and teacher.

28th August 2015 to 10th December 2015

POL 1006 State and Society

I was one of the lead tutors for this module. In it, I was required to teach and lead seminars, mark essays, get them back to students in time, hold office hours, support students, and assist the module leader (Dr Victoria Basham) in her work.