Probationers: Core Session and mandatory – must be attended before any other sessions (priority will be offered to probationers, if the session proves very popular).
Highly recommended for: This is mandatory for anyone wishing to apply for HEA fellowship
This 3 hour session is offered twice a year.
First 1½ hours
001. All – in this session you will be introduced to:
• the UKPSF: the dimensions and the descriptors
• the application, submission and review process
• reflective practice and reflective writing
• how you can use evidence to support your application
Second 1½ hours: split into groups (probationers/non-probationers)
001a. Probationers – the next part of the session introduces and supports you in defining your pathway of development opportunities. Your pathway will comprise a number of core and choice sessions that help you both develop your practice as a new lecturer as well as make links to the UKPSF.
In this session, we explore the options through activities and discussions in order to start to plan your pathway. We inform you of other requirements of your probation, what evidence is necessary to include in your application and the types of ways you can have your practice authenticated (see Table 3, Section 2). This is something we return to at each core session and tutorial. Depending on the type and length of contact you are supported in achieving either HEA Associate Fellow or HEA Fellow and these are explained in detail during this session.
001b. Non-probationers – your next part of the session, ‘Getting Started’ will provide you with the chance to complete the online Fellowship Category tool, discuss the output with colleagues and start to explore how the UKPSF aligns to your practice. You will explore the types of evidence to include in your application and how your practice needs to be authenticated.
We explore the range of sessions available to you which include, writing reflectively, taking a scholarly approach, integrating the literature into your application and, for Senior Fellow applications, writing case studies. All sessions and masterclasses that the Centre for Learning and Teaching offer are open to you.
Date(s) - 26/01/2021
9:30 am - 1:00 pm
Not applicable – WEBINAR
Event Speaker/Organiser: ASD Course Code: APDaS001-2020-21 Topic: Introduction to Fellowship Digital Capability: All UKPSF: All RDF: none Target Audience: Staff who Teach
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