Specially for staff New to Teaching in Higher Education, Associate Lecturers and PGR students.
What staff need(s) will the workshop meet?
I’d like to develop my work in teaching & supporting learning in Higher Education and want to know more about the development opportunities available in the University of Northampton to help me improve my practice and develop my career.
I want to gain professional recognition for my role in HE. I’m quite new to teaching, but would like to gain Associate Fellowship of the HEA.
University teaching is not a major element of my work at the moment, but I have been asked to gain Associate Fellowship of the HEA.
I’ve had a look at the UKPSF, but can’t easily see how it relates to my work.
Through this you will...
Find out about C@N-DO, our institutional CPD Scheme, and about gaining HEA Associate Fellowship.
You will explore the academic development opportunities available within the University and what C@N-DO, Fellowship and the UKPSF can offer you.
You will be able to explore how the UKPSF relates to your work and explore the assessment tasks to be completed for an application for HEA Associate Fellowship (D1) through C@N-DO.
Optional additional element for staff who already have around 1 year’s HE experience: Writing Retreat for Associate Fellowship.
Who would benefit from this workshop
Staff who are new to teaching in Higher Education, Associate Lecturers, and PGR Students.
Please book yourself a place via U4BW
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This workshop gives you opportunity to identify development and recognition opportunities within the university which will meet your needs and provides a basis for developing an Associate Fellowship application.
The opportunity to discuss your practice with colleagues from across the university will provide ideas for new learning, teaching and assessment approaches to enhance your practice.
The workshop activities help you to go beyond describing your work with students to illustrate, explain and evidence effectiveness.
Supporting HEA fellowship
|D1 - Associate Fellow of the HEA||Staff with at least 1 year teaching/support experience. Typically these are staff who do some teaching/student support but not as the main element of their role, such as