Amanda completed her BSc (Hons) in Psychology at The University of Kent in 2005, followed by a PGCE at The University of Leicester in 2006 and a MA in Education in 2016.
Amanda has been teaching psychology since 2006 across a range of levels including GCSE, A Level, IB and undergraduate psychology.
As well as teaching, Amanda is currently working towards a PhD exploring how parental phone use during parent-infant interactions may affect gaze following and joint attention.
University of Kent,
PGCE Social Sciences
University of Leicester,