Celebrating 500 Fellows at Swansea University – Laura Mason

“Leadership should be about being a role model and helping and supporting colleagues to think more about their teaching and ways in which they could enhance their practice for their students and themselves.” “I think it’s important that we value great teaching, and teachers, in HE. For me fellowship is…

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Celebrating 500 Fellows at Swansea University

In 2015 when Swansea University launched its internally accredited route to gain HEA Fellowship recognition, there were less than 100 staff who had this professional recognition for teaching and/or supporting learning in Higher Education. Since then, with the support of numerous staff across all colleges and Professional Services, the numbers…

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CPD – the impact of Bring Our Own Device for Learning (BYOD4L)

In this blogpost, Senior Academic Developer Louise Rees reviews the impact that participating in this year’s recent BYOD4L ‘course’ had on her and how such engagement can be used in evidencing alignment against the UKPSF and an HEA Fellowship application. Read more about the course and its impact through the…

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Continuing to improve your practice aka Good Standing

You don’t just get Fellowship and stop, but are expected to continue to reflect on and improve your practice of teaching or supporting learning. Its commonly termed “Maintaining Good Standing”. And to do this, there is a range of Continuing Professional Development opportunities available at Swansea – but perhaps in…

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