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1 Getting the most from the HEA Jenny Kenning, HEA Partnership Manager

2  The national body for learning and teaching in UK higher education  Works in partnership with institutions and sector bodies  Focused on the student learning experience, and work to enhance the quality of that experience.  182 subscribing institutions 2 What is the HEA?

3 3 HEA Grants 75% to themes of Assessment and Feedback, and Flexible Learning £ TDGs International Scholarships Doctoral Programme Seminar Series Travel Grants

4 The HEA Fellowship Scheme 4 D1 Associate Fellow D2 Fellow D3 Senior Fellow D4 Principal Fellow

5 demonstrates commitment to T&L formal recognition plan career development portable asset gain access to positions establishes credibility 5 Why become an HEA Fellow? Individual Institutional T&L commitment to students recognises and rewards staff as educators fosters innovation benchmarks CPD against national criteria develops culture of enhancement engages learning support staff

6 Direct Application Route to HEA (incurs a processing fee) Direct Application Route to HEA (incurs a processing fee) Successful completion of an accredited institutional programme or framework (covered by HEA subscription) Successful completion of an accredited institutional programme or framework (covered by HEA subscription) 6 How can I become an HEA Fellow? 2 Routes to Recognition To find out more about the Fellowship scheme

7 Accredited CPD Schemes 7 Descriptors 1 to 4 Southampton Exeter Aston Bradford Glasgow Caledonian Robert Gordon Cardiff Metropolitan East London Essex Nottingham Trent Oxford Brookes Plymouth Staffordshire West London York St John Descriptors 1 to 3 UCL Cumbria Central Lancashire Derby Leeds Metropolitan Lincoln Sunderland Teesside Descriptors 1 & 2 Chester Glyndwr Greenwich Kent Roehampton Sheffield Hallam Middlesex

8 8 CPD Schemes in Progress 8 Edinburgh Durham Bedford Canterbury Christ Church Edinburgh Napier Falmouth Glasgow Ulster Leicester London Met Hull Newcastle QMU, London Aberystwyth/Bangor Anglia Ruskin Coventry LIPA/Rose Bruford Open University West Scotland Worcester

9 Support for Disciplines STEM Health Arts & Humanities Social Science AP Professor Phil Levy

10 Creating Active Dialogue through: Face to face meetings Cluster conferences L&T summits New To Teaching Events Workshops – sharing good practice I was pleased that it dispelled several myths for me, in particular the myth that these courses never cater for mathematicians’ needs. All the talks were given by experienced mathematics lecturers ….. Support for Disciplines

11 Developing Knowledge TDGs, PHDs, International Scholarships Academic Associates Special Interest Groups Disseminating Knowledge Discipline specific Journals, and monthly newsletters Discipline Specific webpages and tagged resources Social Media

12 InternationalisationAssessment and FeedbackEmployabilityFlexible LearningRetention and SuccessReward and Recognition of TeachingEducation for Sustainable Development (ESD). 12 Thematic Expertise and support A ””” Marked Improvement Pilot Scheme Change Programmes

13 13 More ways to engage…. Learning and teaching survey research: (NSS, PTES, PRES) National Teaching Fellowships Research & Policy Student Led Teaching Awards Consultancy Services

14  Website:  Create “My Academy” Account (wait til New Year!)  Sign up for newsletters  Year ahead Calendar  Depository of resources  Events  Contact Discipline or Academic Leads directly for specific advice.  Partnership Manager 14 Accessing HEA Resources


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