Celebrating 600 Fellows at Swansea University – Adapting To Online Learning

What I actually found was taking what I’ve been doing and seeing how it matched up to the Dimensions (of practice of the UKPSF) and then also by doing that you find the holes in that as well…and so that led, helped, especially with moving everything to to live Zoom lectures, it helped me organise.Continue reading “Celebrating 600 Fellows at Swansea University – Adapting To Online Learning”

Celebrating 600 Fellows at Swansea University – Senior Fellow Reflections on the value of recognition

Applying for HEA Fellowship] helps you to reflect on things and have confidence in your own teaching rather than just kind of doing the day job.       In late 2020, Darren Minister from SALT’s Recognition Team interviewed Nia Davies, Associate Professor and Senior Fellow of the HEA in Swansea University’s Medical School askingContinue reading “Celebrating 600 Fellows at Swansea University – Senior Fellow Reflections on the value of recognition”

Teaching in HE during Challenging Times – Swansea University’s 600th Fellow!

Introduce yourself – who are you? My name is Dan Forman and I have taught in the Department of Biosciences for over 20 years. Why did gaining Senior Fellowship recognition matter to you?  Why apply? If I am honest, gaining recognition as a SFHEA greatly assisted raising my own confidence; I was able to takeContinue reading “Teaching in HE during Challenging Times – Swansea University’s 600th Fellow!”

Celebrating HEA Fellowship at Swansea University – applying UKPSF standards while teaching online

Some Introductions… I am Dr Anthony Charles, a Senior Lecturer in Criminology and Criminal Justice. I am programme director for the MA in Applied Criminal Justice and Criminology and I am a Senior Fellow of the HEA and a UKAT Senior Recognised Advisor. I teach in Criminology, with a focus on my specialist subjects whichContinue reading “Celebrating HEA Fellowship at Swansea University – applying UKPSF standards while teaching online”

Celebrating 500 Fellows at Swansea University – Why recognising teaching is important for all staff who teach | Dathlu 500 Cymrawd ym Mhrifysgol Abertawe – Pam bod cydnabod dysgu yn bwysig ar gyfer yr holl staff sy’n addysgu

Yamni Nigam is a Professor on the Enhanced Innovation and Engagement strand and has been working at Swansea University for over 20 years.  She teaches on the broad multidisciplinary topic of Biomedical Sciences – specifically covering anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology – in the College of Human and Health Science.  You may also know her throughContinue reading “Celebrating 500 Fellows at Swansea University – Why recognising teaching is important for all staff who teach | Dathlu 500 Cymrawd ym Mhrifysgol Abertawe – Pam bod cydnabod dysgu yn bwysig ar gyfer yr holl staff sy’n addysgu”

Celebrating 500 Fellows at Swansea University – HEA Fellowship – an investment for your future | Dathlu 500 Cymrawd ym Mhrifysgol Abertawe – Cymrodoriaeth yr AAU – buddsoddiad ar gyfer eich dyfodol

In this difficult period of adjusting to online learning and teaching, gaining recognition for your teaching as an HEA Fellow may not be something at the foremost of your to do list. However its a very rewarding application process, enabling you to reflect on your teaching practice, celebrate the approaches that have worked well andContinue reading “Celebrating 500 Fellows at Swansea University – HEA Fellowship – an investment for your future | Dathlu 500 Cymrawd ym Mhrifysgol Abertawe – Cymrodoriaeth yr AAU – buddsoddiad ar gyfer eich dyfodol”

Celebrating 500 Fellows at Swansea University – Listen to his story | Dathlu 500 Cymrawd ym Mhrifysgol Abertawe – gwrandewch ar ei stori ef

  Steve Morris from the College of Arts and Humanities gained his HEA Fellow recognition in October 2018. Speaking with Louise Rees in the SALT Recognition Team, he shares his story of gaining Fellowship, tips for making an application and the support he had. Click the SoundCloud link to listen – no account needed (approxContinue reading “Celebrating 500 Fellows at Swansea University – Listen to his story | Dathlu 500 Cymrawd ym Mhrifysgol Abertawe – gwrandewch ar ei stori ef”

Celebrating 500 Fellows at Swansea University – Leading on curriculum re-design | Dathlu 500 Cymrawd ym Mhrifysgol Abertawe – Arwain wrth ail-ddylunio’r cwricwlwm

Debbie Jones, Director of Undergraduate Criminology shares here experience of gaining first Fellow, then Senior Fellowship recognition. She gained a student-nominated ELTA in 2018 and has been researching the regulation of the sex industry with Professor Tracey Sagar since 2008. (More details about Debbie: https://www.swansea.ac.uk/staff/law/deborahjones/)   I saw seeking Senior Fellowship recognition as an opportunityContinue reading “Celebrating 500 Fellows at Swansea University – Leading on curriculum re-design | Dathlu 500 Cymrawd ym Mhrifysgol Abertawe – Arwain wrth ail-ddylunio’r cwricwlwm”

Celebrating 500 Fellows – Leading Teachers by Example | Dathlu 500 Cymrawd ym Mhrifysgol Abertawe – Arwain Athrawon trwy Enghraifft

[:en]   Joanne Parfitt has considerable experience in educating learners, with a B.Ed in primary education and a CELTA (Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages) and a Masters degree in TEFL.  For almost 25 years she’s been involved in teaching students English as a second language in various countries around the WorldContinue reading “Celebrating 500 Fellows – Leading Teachers by Example | Dathlu 500 Cymrawd ym Mhrifysgol Abertawe – Arwain Athrawon trwy Enghraifft”

Celebrating 500 Fellows at Swansea University – Listen to her story | Dathlu 500 Cymrawd ym Mhrifysgol Abertawe – gwrandewch ar ei stori

Michele Raithby from the College of Human and Health Science gained her HEA Senior Fellow recognition in March 2019. Speaking with Louise Rees in the SALT Recognition Team, she shares her story of gaining Senior Fellowship, tips for making an application and the value that being an assessor gives to her and her practice. ClickContinue reading “Celebrating 500 Fellows at Swansea University – Listen to her story | Dathlu 500 Cymrawd ym Mhrifysgol Abertawe – gwrandewch ar ei stori”