Sabine isthe Learning and Teaching Fellow in the Faculty of Business, Law and Sportand also teaches in the Department of Responsible Managment and Leadership. She joined the University of Winchester in December 2008.
In her role as L&T Fellow she facilitates and conducts research on Learning and Teaching, and promotes student engagement in academic research, managing the Winchester Research Apprenticeship Programme (WRAP) in the faculty. She was part of the original research team for TESTA (Transforming the Experience of Students Through Assessment) and carried out research at several universities in the UK and India. As a member of Faculty and Senate Academic Development Committees she contributes to academic quality processes and the enhancement of Learning and Teaching in the Faculty and the University.
Sabine holds a first degree in Marketing (Werbetechnik/Werbewirtschaft) from the Hochschule der Medien in Stuttgart, Germany and her professional career included various roles in Marketing, Corporate Communications and Project Management. She also has Postgraduate Certificates in Learning & Teaching in Higher Education andin Research Skills, an MAin Philosophy& Religion and a PhD in Interreligious Studies.
Areas of expertise
Assessment and feedback in Higher Education
Qualitative research methods
Bohnacker-Bruce, Sabine (2011). What is effective feedback? The academic perspective in Capture Vol. 3 (2011), pp7-16.
Bohnacker-Bruce, Sabine (2013). 'Effective feedback: The student perspective' in Capture, Vol. 4 (2013), pp25-36. ISSN: 1759-9091.