||Plant and Animal Diversity
||Diversity of Aquatic Organisms
||Whales, Dolphins and Sharks
I also supervise undergraduate research projects and reviews
(level 6) and run a level 6 residential filed course to the Isle of
As a member of the Bioscience Education Group within the
Department of Biological Sciences my current research interests are
concerned with the ways in which students learn about biology.
Specifically I am interested in the value of student autonomy in
learning and the ways in which learner autonomy can be better
developed. I am interested in experiential learning, student
managed learning and the value of fieldwork.
Scott, G.W. Essential
Ornithology (2010) Oxford University Press
Scott, G.W., and Goulder, R. (2008) Community
Resources in and around Hull and East Yorkshire.
A source booklet for Student Managed Learning in Module 58006,
People Biology and Environment.
Essential Animal Behaviour (2005) Blackwell Scientific
Scott, G.W. and Boyd, M. (2012) A potential
values of familiarity and experience: Can informal fieldwork have a
lasting impact upon literacy? Education 3-13.
Goulder R, Scott GW, and Scott LJ (2012)
Students' Perception of Biology Fieldwork: The example of students
undertaking a preliminary year at a UK university. International
Journal of Science Education DOI:
Scott G W, Goulder R, Wheeler P, Scott L J,
Tobin M L, Marsham S (2012) The value of fieldwork in life and
environmental sciences in the context of Higher Education: A Case
Study in Learning About Biodiversity. Journal of Science Education
and Technology 21, 11-. DOI:
Scott G W, Churchill H, Grassam M and Scott L J
(2011b) Can the integration of field and classroom based learning
enhance writing? The Life on Our Shore Case study. Education
Goulder R & Scott GW (2010) Encouraging use
of community-based resources by bioscience students. Bioscience
Goulder R. & Scott GW (2009) Field Study of
Plant Diversity: Extending the Whole-Class Knowledge Base through
Open-Ended Learning. Bioscience Education
Scott, G.W., Turnbull, S. and Spencer, J.
(2008) Promoting engagement: using species action plans to bring
together students and conservation professionals.
Goulder R. & Scott G. (2006) Phytosociology
for undergraduates with minimal botanical background.
Journal of Biological Education, 41(1), 26-29.
Dr Graham Scott is the Deputy Head of the School of Biomedical,
Biological and Environmental Sciences at the University of Hull.
Prior to this he was the Head of the Department of Biological
Sciences. He was made a National Teaching Fellowship in 2009 and
received HEA Ed Wood Teaching Award (Bioscience lecturer of the
year) in 2010. In 2013 he was made a Principle Fellow of the Higher
Education Academy. Graham is the Editor in Chief of the journal
Bioscience Education and is a member of the editorial
board of The Journal of Biological Education. He sits on
the Education and Public Affairs Committee of the Society of
Experimental Biology and he is a Fellow of the Society of
Graham has written two successful
textbooks, has a wealth of experience in the design and evaluation
of biosciences degree programmes and as an external examiner (UG
and PGR). He is a regular provider of national workshops and
residential events to support colleagues new to teaching. His
research is practice based and focuses upon student autonomy,
employability and the value of learning outside of the