Jenny has extensive experience of successful teaching of secondary science in schools and a strong track record of teaching and leading Initial Teacher Education (ITE), including being Programme Leader of the Secondary PGCE at Bishop Grosseteste University in Lincoln for 10 years and contributing to the wider sector as Chair of the Universities Council for the Education of Teachers (UCET) in England PGCE Secondary Forum and member of the UCET executive.

Now contributing to the PGCE, MLT and DPhil courses in the Department of Education at the University of Oxford, Jenny’s current research interests include using the Threshold Concepts Framework (TCF) to explore effective science teaching as well as effective ITE.



Dunn, M. & Wynn, J. (2022) Threshold Connections: Engaging trainee teachers in collaborative curriculum research to explore threshold concepts within secondary school science disciplines. In Threshold Concepts in the Moment. Currently with the Editors.

Puttick, S. & Wynn, J. (2021) Constructing ‘good teaching’ through written lesson observation feedback. Oxford Review of Education, 47(2): 152-169.

Puttick, S., Nye, Z., Wynn, J., Muir, L. & Hill, Y. (2021) Student teachers’ beliefs about diversity: Analysing the impact of a ‘diversity week’ during Initial Teacher Education. Teacher Development, 25(1): 85-100.