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The Centre for Educational Development is running a two-part writing workshop for colleagues who are interested in applying for the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme.

  • Part 1 of 2: Thursday 24 January, 1.00pm – 2.00pm, Room OG/54, Lanyon Building
  • Part 2 of 2: Thursday 7 February, 1.00pm – 2.00pm, Room OG/009 Main Site Tower

Please register via iTrent. Queries can be directed to e.mcdowell@qub.ac.uk. A sandwich lunch will be provided. 

The session aims to help people who are thinking of applying to be an institutional nominee for a National Teaching Fellowship this year, next year or some time down the line, to write their application. A successful application is a chance to gain recognition for all the work you do teaching and supporting students.

Each institution can put forward up to three nominees and colleagues hoping to go forward as a nominee will be asked to provide detailed bullet points indicating how you meet the criteria outlined below, sufficiently detailed to allow the panel to make an informed selection decision. Your application will include discussion around the following criteria:

  • Individual excellence: evidence of enhancing and transforming the student learning experience commensurate with the individual's context and the opportunities afforded by it.
  • Raising the profile of excellence: evidence of supporting colleagues and influencing support for student learning; demonstrating impact and engagement beyond the nominee's immediate academic or professional role.
  • Developing excellence: evidence of the nominee's commitment to her/his ongoing professional development with regard to teaching and learning and/or learning support.