Advance HE continuing to support the HEA Fellowship network
As you’ll probably have seen in the press Advance HE is the new agency formed from the merger of the Equality Challenge Unit, the Higher Education Academy and the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education.
However your Fellowship post-nominals to demonstrate Fellowship status: AFHEA, FHEA, SFHEA, PFHEA will stay the same. If you’re just going through the process of applying for fellowship, it too is not changing and our accreditation for programmes is continuing.
New or innovative approaches to Learning and Teaching
The ULTSEC Innovation fund provides a fantastic opportunity for you to propose and develop projects with real benefit to learning. Continue reading “May 2018 Learning and Teaching Newsletter”
The Higher Education Academy will be launching the 2018 Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE) on 5 March 2018.
These awards aim to celebrate collaborative learning and teaching initiatives that positively impact on the student experience in creative and innovative ways. Each award will recognise a team who have enabled a change in practice for colleagues or students at an institutional or discipline level.
Only one bid can go forward from each institution. To become the Newcastle University bid you are invited to put forward a draft claim (max 1000) and a draft of the dissemination and impact plan (max 2000 words). Please note you do not need to submit a draft of the Institutional statement of support. Continue reading “Higher Education Academy: Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence (CATE)”
The Higher Education Academy’s National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) celebrates excellent practice and outstanding achievement in learning and teaching in higher education. The awards support individuals’ professional development in learning and teaching and provides a national focus for institutional teaching and learning excellence schemes.
More details about the scheme can be found on the HEA’s website.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the 2018 National Teaching Fellowship Scheme. The HEA has announced that the 2018 round will open on the 12th February and will close on the 30th of April. This closing date refers to when applications need to be submitted to the HEA by the University. If you are considering applying, please note the earlier submission date below.
Application to be an institutional nominee
Nominations are welcomed from all members of staff who feel their work has a major, positive impact on student teaching and learning. Staff who would like to be considered should provide a maximum of 1000 words which address the following criteria.
- Your personal practice and why this should be recognised as outstanding,
- Your impact on colleagues, both internally and externally,
- Your reflection on the above.
Nominations should be sent electronically to email@example.com by 12 noon on Friday the 23rd February.
View the LTDS website for more information.
Are you looking to share knowledge and ideas with higher education professionals nationally and globally?
The Higher Education Academy (HEA) Communities of Practice offer an exciting opportunity for members to take part in discussions, webinars, blogs, thought platforms and more . Communities focus on a number of keys areas including employability, and assessment and feedback.
Interested? Read on to find out more. Continue reading “Higher Education Academy: Communities of Practice”
The Higher Education Academy conference will be held on 4th, 5th and 6th July 2017 in Manchester and will concentrate on ‘improving the quality of teaching and learning in the age of the Teaching Excellence Framework.’
Structured over three days, the conference will provide a platform for higher education professionals to share their experiences, ideas, research and good practice in a community of their peers and learn from internationally respected speakers.
The conference format allows for cross-fertilisation of pedagogies, with a day dedicated to addressing sector priorities, such as retention, assessment and employability, sandwiched between two days of discipline-led activities.
The conference is an ideal opportunity to meet like-minded peers, build networks, and expand your knowledge of sector issues and innovations, thus strengthening your own professional practice and reputation.
Proposals for posters are invited from higher education professionals that relate to this year’s chosen theme and/or one of the sub-themes below:
- Transforming assessment;
- Student access, retention, attainment and progression;
- Embedding employability;
- Internationalising higher education;
- Student engagement through partnership;
- Flexible learning;
- Curriculum design;
- Student choice landscape;
- Leadership of learning and teaching in the disciplines;
- New pedagogic research in the disciplines.
The deadline for submissions is 31 October 2016.
See more on the conference website.
The call for papers for the HEA Arts and Humanities conference closes on 11 January 2016.
We are accepting paper, ignite sessions, workshop and poster submissions on the following themes:
- Innovate: How are we adopting and implementing innovative practice in Arts and Humanities teaching and learning?
- Assessment: How can we meet the assessment & feedback challenges in Arts and Humanities?
- Achievement: How can we support student retention and attainment in Arts and Humanities?
- Embedding employability: How can we embed employability and prepare students for their transition into the world of work or postgraduate study through our teaching and learning strategies?
- Developing our practice: How do we drive our own practice forwards, what are effective strategies for continuing professional development?
Download the call for papers document and guidance for contributors for more information on preparing your submission.
For more information about the conference formats, to download a submission form, and to book your place, visit the conference page.