From the inside of the bus, Dr Fox, the head of the University of Oxford’s Lecture Stand, takes the lessons he learned on the road to becoming a lecturer, with a lecture hall.

In this exclusive interview, Fox explains how he became a lecturer and what it was like to go from student to lecturer, and how his experience on the bus helped him to become a better teacher.

_____Dr Fox has worked as a lecturer at Oxford since 2008.

The lecturer position requires students to demonstrate knowledge and experience in the field they want to be in.

Dr Fox said: I got to sit in the front row and hear people talk and learn.

The most important thing I’ve learned over the last two years has been the value of listening and having conversations on the move.

My students are great learners.

They’re very inquisitive and they ask me lots of questions.

When I was a student, I did not want to learn by doing.

Instead, I wanted to learn to listen.

I was not a good student because I was so focused on what I was learning.

At Oxford, I got stuck in my ways and I just did not listen to the conversation and I didn’t pay attention to the words being spoken.

I realised that if I didn´t listen to what was being said to me, I would be in trouble.

So, I was determined to become an effective teacher and that is what I have done.

For me, learning on the train was a bit like being on a train and you can hear the words and you feel what the words are saying, but you don´t actually feel the feelings of the people around you.

I wanted people to feel the emotion that they were feeling, and it helped me to learn a lot.

In the classroom, students come to see how a teacher can help them to become better learners.

“I think it helps people to learn more by hearing them rather than by looking at them,” Dr Fox said.

Teaching students to listen to people is a skill that is difficult for some people, and that can be hard for others, Dr Sky said.

For those with learning difficulties, the lecturer position at Oxford may be ideal for them.

They are more likely to be on a journey to better themselves and they may have other issues to deal with.

But if they are struggling to cope with their learning difficulties they may not be able to find a good teacher. 

“When I teach people how to learn, I always think that if we have the skills, then the problem is solved,” Dr Sky added.

“I think that is the case for many people who need to be better learners.”

The Oxford University lecture hall is a hub for teaching, learning and research.

Lectures are held at the university lecture hall in Oxford.

It is one of Oxford´s largest lecture halls.

Students can either come to the lecture hall for a lecture, study or just to take in the lecture.

You can also join the Oxford University campus community for social and community activities.

 The lecture hall has over 2,000 seats for lectures and can accommodate up to 500 students.

For students who want to work towards becoming a better learner, they can also work towards improving their English, which can help with their academic work.

And, there are also opportunities to learn about new ways of communicating in a way that can enhance a student´s self-esteem and wellbeing.

According to Professor David Gray, from the University’s Department of Speech, the lecture room is an important place for learning and teaching.

“Lecture stands are an essential part of the university’s mission to enable students to improve their learning skills,” he said.

“Our lectures provide a venue for students to share knowledge, and our students learn by experiencing and talking with each other.”

Professor Gray said he was particularly proud of the fact that students had been able to create a video of themselves during a lecture. 

Students also have the opportunity to record their own lectures, so they can share them with the world, if they wish.

There are several ways students can work towards being a better listener on the job.

One of them is to talk to their students about how they can improve their listening skills.

This can be as simple as asking a student to record what they say in the room and sharing the video online, or it can be more challenging.

Professor Grey said: “It is important to listen and it is not just about learning to listen, it is about making people feel that they can learn, not just hear.”

One student who has been working on improving her listening skills is the university student who is in the process of completing her Masters degree in English Literature at Oxford. 

She told us she wants to improve her listening abilities so that she can communicate more effectively. She