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1 New to Teaching in GEES May, RGS (with IBG)

2 2 Welcome Dr Anne Wheeler HEA Discipline Lead – GEES - Until 27 June After 27 June -

3 Individual Interviews (5 mins) Each delegate interviews his or her partner whilst ‘paired up’: Share your name, department or role in your HEI, length of service, …and one little known fact about yourself! Group Feedback (10 mins) Assemble into ‘two pairs’ as a new group and reconvene; each person introduces their interviewee to the other group members… 3 Icebreaker

4 Question What are you hoping to get from the New to Teaching Workshop over the next 2 days? 4

5 The Higher Education Academy (HEA) champions excellence in learning and teaching in higher education. We are committed to improving the student learning experience by raising the status of teaching, adding to the body of knowledge relating to pedagogy, enhancing professional teaching practice, and facilitating networks and communities of practice. We work in partnership with institutions, student bodies, academic and professional staff, and sector agencies and funders. The Higher Education Academy Strategic Plan The Higher Education Academy

6 Support for every stage of your career Sign up to My Academy 6 Day 2 - Opportunities to get involved

7 HEA Support for Your Career Dr Anne Wheeler, GEES Discipline Lead

8 Google Earth Blog by Richard Treves, including link to a set of tutorials school-google-earth-for-teachers.htmlGoogle Earthhttp://googleearthdesign.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/back-to- school-google-earth-for-teachers.html Re-thinking undergraduate students’ transitions to, through and out of university: examples of good practice in GEES disciplines by Simon Tate and Peter Hopkins on supporting students through transitions.Re-thinking undergraduate students’ transitions to, through and out of university: examples of good practice in GEES disciplines How to succeed at university in GEES disciplines: using online data for independent research by Richard Waller and David.M. Schultz focuses on using online data for independent research in GEES disciplines.How to succeed at university in GEES disciplines: using online data for independent research A briefing report on GEES field courses to the Global South Elspeth Robson and Katie Willis.A briefing report on GEES field courses to the Global South 2013/14 resources produced 8

9 How to Succeed at University in GEES Disciplines: Making the best use of information resources. Richard Waller (Keele University) and David M. Scultz (University of Manchester). Inclusivity in Fieldwork Practice. Richard Phillips (University of Sheffield) and Helen Walkington (Oxford Brookes University). Students as Researchers. Helen Walkington (Oxford Brookes University) resources coming up! 9

10 HEA Services for 2014/15 10

11 Raising the status of teaching, and the professionalisation of teaching. Employability Education for sustainable development (ESD) Internationalisation Student engagement / students as partners Discipline support Technology enhanced and flexible learning Widening participation: inclusivity, retention and success Postgraduate provision Support Development 11

12 Fellowship of the HEA will become more important for career progression: 3 routes: Accredited PGCert Individual application to the HEA Institutional accredited scheme Award and recognition 12

13 ■ Communicate with HEA and the STEM team ■ Attend events, host eventsevents ■ Use / suggest resourcesresources ■ Apply for grants ■ Subscribe to the STEM newsletter: ■ earth-environmental-sciences earth-environmental-sciences ■ Twitter Engagement is key -


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