Sally Crighton

Senior Lecturer, Staff Tutor in M&S, The OU in Scotland

Sally Crighton is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Mathematics & Statistics. She worked on the development and production of the key introductory level 1 module, MU123 Discovering mathematics and is currently chair of the module team. MU123 is an exciting interactive introduction to mathematics for students interested in more mathematics, computing, science, technology, social science, humanities, business and education or indeed any other endeavour. MU123 has also helped many people to achieve the qualification in mathematics they need, such as for teaching.

With the kind support of eSTEeM, the Open University centre for STEM pedagogy, Sally is actively engaged in three exciting scholarship projects:

Based in the Edinburgh office in The Open University in Scotland, Sally is involved in numerous projects to promote mathematics and its teaching in Scotland and beyond.  She is involved in the an exciting partnership with Glasgow Clyde College, the Open University and Heriot Watt university to develop a study route from HNC to MSc for people working in the water industry in Scotland, Her key role in Scotland is supporting magnificent Associate Lecturers teaching Mathematics & Statistics modules.

When not enthusing about mathematics and teaching, over the years Sally has been involved in numerous ventures as a dancer, teacher of dance and latterly as a singer. She was particularly tickled by the review “Sally is by turn vivacious and pensive, spine-tingling and melodic. Her vocal flexibility might earn her the title ‘queen of the high Cs’.” She is available for any musical adventures.

Sally Crighton
The Open University in Scotland
10 Drumsheugh Gardens
Tel: +44 (0)131 549 7940
Fax: +44 (0)131 220 6730
website: The Open University in Scotland (11)

Associated with:

Pure Mathematics

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