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© University of South Wales Joining the dots: bringing together a variety of staff development strands in support of learning, teaching and assessment Dr Karen Fitzgibbon Head of Student Experience Faculty of Business and Society
© University of South Wales Defining ‘Inspiring Teaching’ Using the UKPSF as the guiding framework, to include; –developing and delivering appropriate pedagogies for flexible delivery –developing appropriate skills and knowledge to deliver digital learning –reward and recognition –promotion of teaching All informed by the student experience
© University of South Wales HEA Fellowship CPD Scheme Reflecting on Academic Practice Excellence in Learning and Teaching Awards CELT Staff Seminar Series Learning and Teaching Innovation Grants NTFS PG Cert Learning & Teaching in HE/PGCE Health and Social Care
© University of South Wales Scaffolding Learning In education, scaffolding refers to a variety of instructional techniques used to move students progressively toward stronger understanding and, ultimately, greater independence in the learning process. Glossary of Education Reform ‘Scaffolding’
© University of South Wales Academic Induction (new staff) Reflecting on Academic Practice Scheme (all staff involved in delivering curriculum) CELT Seminar Series (with appropriate strap lines for each seminar, some of which are student led) Associate Fellowship Fellowship Senior Fellowship Principal Fellowship PGCLT (HE) PGCE (H&SC) Learning and Teaching Innovation Grants Excellence in Learning, Teaching and Assessment Awards NTFS CELT Register of Engagement/USW Academy
© University of South Wales Challenges Finding a clear way to articulate the relationship between the initiatives and schemes Investigating the possibility of kite-marking the provision in some way – possibly through the SEDA framework
© University of South Wales Positive aspects Connectivity and clarity for staff Step on and step off at multiple points Facilitates changes of direction Enables small amounts of time to be seen as contributing to a ‘whole’ Offers a way of viewing connections between practice and personal development
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