Siobhán McPhee

Associate Professor of Teaching
phone 604 827 2078
location_on GEOG 124

Research Area

Education

University College Dublin, 2012, PhD
University of Sussex, MSc
Trinity College Dublin, MPhil
National University of Ireland Maynooth, BA

About

 

My role as an educator in the Educational Leadership Stream at UBC, is one of being a facilitator for students learning. I view my role as an academic and an educator to encourage students and to equip them with the tools they need for their success both academically and more broadly. My interdisciplinary background provides me with the capability to explore and deliver alternative and engaging approaches to knowledge acquisition in my role as a Senior Instructor in Geography.

I work to develop alternative modes of delivery of Geography content, involving developing online tools, activities and experiential learning techniques. My areas of educational research include location-aware technologies, augmented reality, and alternative methods of knowledge mobilization, especially with application to the internationalization of pedagogy. My geography specific research focuses on experiential learning in the discipline, and to labour geography in the context of newly emerging global cities. As a teacher and researcher involved in geographical education I am responsive and resourceful in order to respond creatively to the changing nature of global processes and of international education.


Publications

2020

FRANCE, D., LEE, R., MACLACHLAN, J. and MCPHEE, S. R. 2020 ‘Should you be using mobile technologies inteaching? Applying a pedagogical framework’ Journal of Geography in Higher Education https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2020.1773417

 

2018

MCPHEE, S. and PRZEDPELSKA, S. 2018 ‘Experiential learning, community engagement, and student experience:  Undergraduate field school course in rural British Columbia’ The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 62(3), 372-383  https://doi.org/10.1111/cag.12436

 

2017

MCPHEE, S. and PICKREN, G. 2017 ‘Blended learning with international students: a multiliteracies approach’ Journal of Geography in Higher Education 41(3), 418-433  https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2017.1331208

BUCKLEY, M., MCPHEE, S. and ROGALY, B. 2017 ‘Labour geographies on the move: Migration, migrant status and work in the 21st century’ Geoforum 78(January 2017), 153-158   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2016.09.012

 

2016

MCPHEE, S. 2016 ‘“Finding their way”: the negotiation of the city by low-skilled service sector migrant workers in Dublin’ Urban Geography 37(3), 396-415  https://doi.org/10.1080/02723638.2015.1101875

 

 


Siobhán McPhee

Associate Professor of Teaching
phone 604 827 2078
location_on GEOG 124

University College Dublin, 2012, PhD
University of Sussex, MSc
Trinity College Dublin, MPhil
National University of Ireland Maynooth, BA

 

My role as an educator in the Educational Leadership Stream at UBC, is one of being a facilitator for students learning. I view my role as an academic and an educator to encourage students and to equip them with the tools they need for their success both academically and more broadly. My interdisciplinary background provides me with the capability to explore and deliver alternative and engaging approaches to knowledge acquisition in my role as a Senior Instructor in Geography.

I work to develop alternative modes of delivery of Geography content, involving developing online tools, activities and experiential learning techniques. My areas of educational research include location-aware technologies, augmented reality, and alternative methods of knowledge mobilization, especially with application to the internationalization of pedagogy. My geography specific research focuses on experiential learning in the discipline, and to labour geography in the context of newly emerging global cities. As a teacher and researcher involved in geographical education I am responsive and resourceful in order to respond creatively to the changing nature of global processes and of international education.

2020

FRANCE, D., LEE, R., MACLACHLAN, J. and MCPHEE, S. R. 2020 'Should you be using mobile technologies inteaching? Applying a pedagogical framework' Journal of Geography in Higher Education https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2020.1773417

 

2018

MCPHEE, S. and PRZEDPELSKA, S. 2018 'Experiential learning, community engagement, and student experience:  Undergraduate field school course in rural British Columbia' The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 62(3), 372-383  https://doi.org/10.1111/cag.12436

 

2017

MCPHEE, S. and PICKREN, G. 2017 'Blended learning with international students: a multiliteracies approach' Journal of Geography in Higher Education 41(3), 418-433  https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2017.1331208

BUCKLEY, M., MCPHEE, S. and ROGALY, B. 2017 'Labour geographies on the move: Migration, migrant status and work in the 21st century' Geoforum 78(January 2017), 153-158   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2016.09.012

 

2016

MCPHEE, S. 2016 '“Finding their way”: the negotiation of the city by low-skilled service sector migrant workers in Dublin' Urban Geography 37(3), 396-415  https://doi.org/10.1080/02723638.2015.1101875

 

 

Siobhán McPhee

Associate Professor of Teaching
phone 604 827 2078
location_on GEOG 124

University College Dublin, 2012, PhD
University of Sussex, MSc
Trinity College Dublin, MPhil
National University of Ireland Maynooth, BA

 

My role as an educator in the Educational Leadership Stream at UBC, is one of being a facilitator for students learning. I view my role as an academic and an educator to encourage students and to equip them with the tools they need for their success both academically and more broadly. My interdisciplinary background provides me with the capability to explore and deliver alternative and engaging approaches to knowledge acquisition in my role as a Senior Instructor in Geography.

I work to develop alternative modes of delivery of Geography content, involving developing online tools, activities and experiential learning techniques. My areas of educational research include location-aware technologies, augmented reality, and alternative methods of knowledge mobilization, especially with application to the internationalization of pedagogy. My geography specific research focuses on experiential learning in the discipline, and to labour geography in the context of newly emerging global cities. As a teacher and researcher involved in geographical education I am responsive and resourceful in order to respond creatively to the changing nature of global processes and of international education.

2020

FRANCE, D., LEE, R., MACLACHLAN, J. and MCPHEE, S. R. 2020 'Should you be using mobile technologies inteaching? Applying a pedagogical framework' Journal of Geography in Higher Education https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2020.1773417

 

2018

MCPHEE, S. and PRZEDPELSKA, S. 2018 'Experiential learning, community engagement, and student experience:  Undergraduate field school course in rural British Columbia' The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 62(3), 372-383  https://doi.org/10.1111/cag.12436

 

2017

MCPHEE, S. and PICKREN, G. 2017 'Blended learning with international students: a multiliteracies approach' Journal of Geography in Higher Education 41(3), 418-433  https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2017.1331208

BUCKLEY, M., MCPHEE, S. and ROGALY, B. 2017 'Labour geographies on the move: Migration, migrant status and work in the 21st century' Geoforum 78(January 2017), 153-158   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2016.09.012

 

2016

MCPHEE, S. 2016 '“Finding their way”: the negotiation of the city by low-skilled service sector migrant workers in Dublin' Urban Geography 37(3), 396-415  https://doi.org/10.1080/02723638.2015.1101875