Imperial College London


Central FacultyCentre for Higher Education Research and Scholarship

Senior Teaching Fellow in Educational Development



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Sherfield BuildingSouth Kensington Campus




Publications and conference presentations

Pazio, M. (forthcoming) "The discrepancies between staff and students’ perceptions of feedback and assessment practices – analysis of TESTA data from one HE institution", Practitioner Research in Higher Education.

Pazio, M. and Lau, A. (2016) "Has feedback sandwich gone stale?" SEDA, Edinburgh, UK.

Bryant, P., Coombs, A. and Pazio, M. (2014) "Education is an illusion if it simply disseminates information’: A university wide cloud-like approach to connecting in an open world", ALT-C 2014: Riding Giants, Warwick, UK.

Pazio, M (2014) “ICT in Modern Foreign Language teaching” In Younie, S., Leask, M., and Burden, K.(Eds) Teaching and Learning with ICT in the Primary School. London: Routledge.

Bryant, P., Coombs, A. & Pazio, M., (2014) "Are We Having Fun Yet? Institutional Resistance and the Introduction of Play and Experimentation into Learning Innovation through Social Media", Journal of Interactive Media in Education. 2014(2), p.Art. 4. DOI:

Bryant, P., Coombs, A., Pazio, M., and Walker, S. (2014) "Disruption, destruction, construction or transformation? The challenges of implementing a university wide strategic approach to connecting in an open world", OCW Consortium Global Conference: Open Education for a Multicultural World, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Pazio, M. (2014) “Are we there yet? Normalising CALL in the context of primary education in England” EUROCALL, Groningen, The Netherlands.

Bryant, P., Coombs, A., Pazio, M. (2014) Are you super-connected now? Processes and tensions arising from implementing a university wide vision for learning innovation” APT, London, UK.

Pazio, M. (2013) “Towards a model for assessing and supporting normalisation of primary CALL.” BERA Annual Conference, Brighton, UK.

Pazio, M. (2011) “Towards normalisation of primary CALL”, University of Bedfordshire Annual Conference, Luton, UK.