Jordi Llacer Alborch

  • London, United Kingdom, GB B9

Head of Film and Media Stdudies

Work History

Work History
Jun 2014 - Present

Teacher of Film Studies and English

Rivers Academy
Feb 2014 - Apr 2014

Media Studies and English Lecturer

Twickenham Academy
Responsible for two groups of A level and AS Media Studies students, working on the WJEC board specifications. Currently supporting the following areas: • Pre-production and production. • Script writing • Essays, analysing a range of topics • Video editing using MAC and PC on Adobe Premier CS suit
Sep 2010 - Feb 2014

ICT & English Functional Skills Lecturer

Reading College
Responsible for nine groups of learners aged 16+ • Developed scheme of work for the full year • Integrated new technological developments in order to provide learners with blended learning. • Responsible within the functional skills team at Readin College for the development of a new type of literacy software resource, which allows students with learning difficulties/short attention spam to feel engaged and interact with the curricular activites. • Preparing students for the new specification Functuional Skills ICT/English test. • High percentage pass rate above 90% in all groups including two groups 100% pass rate. • Pastoral as well as proactive initiatives offering extra lessons/tutorial time to students in order to ensure they are well prepared before the exam. • Application of positive behavioural techniques in order to deal with difficult students, rather than diminishing/alienating them from the course. • Experienced with students who suffer from learning disabilities, integrating exercises which provide equal opportunities and inclusion to those who are at a disadvantage in order for them to acquire a status of equality within the class.
Sep 2009 - Jun 2010

Media Studies / Key Skills Lecturer

Uxbridge College
Responsible for teaching Media Studies to a class of 25 GCSE students and Key Skills to 240 students distributed among 14 classes (engineering, motor vehicle and electronics) • Employed kinaesthetic, visual and auditory approach to make lessons interesting and interactive; modelling and organising student-led group sharing • Integrated technology through the development of units that included computer literacy and visual aids • Provided differentiated lesson plans and schemes of work within both the English and Media Academy and the School of Engineering • Short, medium and long term planning of lessons to meet the National Curriculum requirements • Adapted activities to meet the needs and learning styles of individual learners • Ensured all students had access to an appropriate curriculum, in line with government guidelines, that would ensure progression in their education and meet their academic and intellectual needs • Worked as part of a team in order to guarantee that all school policies were followed • Encouraged parents/guardians to be actively involved in the progress and education of the students • Offered pastoral guidance and support to a form • Liaised with the special needs department to make sure all lower groups were achieving the necessary progress and were receiving adequate support • Provided high quality lessons for all my students and meet departmental targets

Education

Education

Blatchington Mill Sixth Form
2013 - 2014

Master's Degree

University of West London
2010 - 2012

Postgraduate in Education (PGCE)

University of Westminster
2008 - 2009

Introduction to Education PGCE Life Long Learning

Thames Valley University
1999 - 2006

BA

Thames Valley University

Skills

Skills

Management

Public Relations

Teaching

Editing

Public Speaking

Photoshop

Microsoft Office

Media Relations

Pedagogy

Short Films

Social Media

Journalism

Foreign Languages

Further Education