National Teaching Fellow

National Teaching Fellows (National briefing and writing workshop)

The NTF Regional writing workshop ‘Fantastic’ ‘superb’ and ‘inspiring’ were words used to decribe the NTF writing workshop, hosted by BU, and run by National Teaching Fellows Professor Debbie Holley and Professor Stephen Tee (BU) with fellow NTFs Dr Kirsten Hardie (AuB) and Dr Jenny Hill (UWE) volunteering their services to support this regional event…. Read more »

National Teaching Fellows 2018: slides and webinar link

National Teaching Fellowship Overview:  Celebrating outstanding individual impact The National Teaching Fellowship (NTF) scheme celebrates and recognises individuals who have made an outstanding impact on student outcomes and the teaching profession in higher education. The latest  winners were announced in August 2017. In 2018, the scheme is open to members of staff from all providers of… Read more »

What value a National Teaching fellowship?

New on Wonkhe Vivien Rolfe examines the implications of the removal of funding awards from the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme. Vivien Rolfe is grateful to Peter Hartley, James Davenport, Debbie Holley, and Stephen McHanwell for their contributions to this article.We write in a personal capacity.  ===== The new testimonies feature as part of a WONKHE.com article. The contributors to the article were Stephen… Read more »

National Teaching Fellow Institutional briefing – South Coast 5th March 2018

Apologies for cross posting: Colleagues – we are hosting BOTH a national briefing plus running the Southern Region Writing morning for developing  NTF applications. ============ Prof Debbie Holley of Bournemouth University is kindly hosting a briefing meeting for all aspirant National Teaching Fellows and those who support them in the South Coast area at Bournemouth… Read more »

Invitation to our National Teaching Fellow Regional Writing Event: BU Monday 5th March 9.30-1.00

National Teaching Fellow Regional Writing Event: Following on from our NTF Regional event last year Bournemouth University is hosting this event, Monday 5th March 9.30-1.00 Supported by National Teaching Fellows Professor Debbie Holley, Bournemouth University; Professor Stephen Tee, Bournemouth University; Dr Jenny Hill, University of the West of England and Dr Kirsten Hardie, Arts University… Read more »

How do you teach using textbooks? Have a say in a project exploring the future of the textbook

Colleagues, your input to assist a National Teaching Fellow would be much appreciated: I’m part of a project looking at the use of textbooks in teaching, and I’m inviting you to participate in a survey to help us gain further understanding of the pedagogies and contexts in which textbooks are used. This survey is for… Read more »

Pedagogies and contexts in which textbooksare used – please support this research by taking the survey

Collageus, can you assist with a survey re textbooks? Please read on… ==== I’m part of a project looking at the use of textbooks in teaching, and I’m inviting you to participate in a survey to help us gain further understanding of the pedagogies and contexts in which textbooks are used. This survey is for… Read more »

TEF Anyone?

Compass: Journal of Learning and Teaching New Issue: Special Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) Edition published Prior to the publication of TEF assessments,  a TEF special issue has been published. https://journals.gre.ac.uk/index.php/compass/index Here we have some interesting views and opinions on TEF, including a contribution from Professor Phil Race who attended our National Teaching Fellowes event earlier… Read more »

Report and resources: Southern Region Aspiring National Teaching Fellows Networking event

35 staff from across the Southern Region gathered at Bournemouth University on 7th June to network and learn about the National Teaching Fellow scheme, run by the HEA . A joint event run by National Teaching Fellows Dr Kirsten Hardie, former Chair of the Association of NTFs (Arts University Bournemouth) and Professors Debbie Holley and Stephen Tee, (BU)…. Read more »