Congratulations to Dr Wendy Green who was recently awarded one of only eight 2016 National Teaching Fellowships by the Office of Learning and Teaching.
Dr Green's Fellowship will investigate the inclusion of students as partners in global learning. Fellowship activities will focus national attention and develop expertise on engaging students with academics as co-designers and co-producers of globally-relevant curriculum.
No future Fellowships will be offered by the Office for Learning and Teaching.
Higher Education Academy (HEA) Fellowships
The University of Tasmania has two pathways to fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (HEA), the fellowship scheme that recognises engagement with the UK Professional Standards Framework, which is embedded in the University's Teaching Performance Expectations (TPE).
Participants enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching from 2016 will be eligible for recognition as an Associate Fellow HEA (on completion of ELT501 Foundations of University Learning and Teaching), then Fellow HEA (completion of the Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching).
A pathway to recognition as Fellow HEA or Senior Fellow HEA for experienced staff is provided by the Peer Professional Learning Program for UKPSF (PPLP for UKPSF).
For more information, please contact TILT enquiries to be added to the Peer Professional Learning Program for UKPSF (please allow approx. two business days for processing).
|Fellowship||Taught Programs||Continuing Professional Learning Pathway|
|Associate Fellow HEA (AFHEA)||ELT501 Foundations of University Learning and Teaching||-|
|Fellow HEA (FHEA)||Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching||Peer Professional Learning Program for UKPSF (PPLP for UKPSF)|
|Senior Fellow HEA (SFHEA)||-||Peer Professional Learning Program for UKPSF (PPLP for UKPSF)|
|Principal Fellow HEA (PFHEA||-||-|
TILT Fellowships have not been offered in 2016.