Supporting Staff in Assuring and Enhancing Quality of Learning and Teaching

In the HEA Fellowship blog, we’re continuing to measure the impact that HEA Fellowship has on teaching practices, on students and on the practices and approaches of peers. We’ve also asked for some suggestions when teaching/supporting learning online! In this post, James Bennett from Academic Quality Services (AQS) shares how he was able to draw… Continue reading Supporting Staff in Assuring and Enhancing Quality of Learning and Teaching

Being an Associate Fellow and adapting to online support – a view from the Archives staff

In the HEA Fellowship blog, we’re continuing to measure the impact that HEA Fellowship has on teaching practices, on students and on the practices and approaches of peers. We’ve also asked for some suggestions when teaching/supporting learning online! In this post, Katrina Legg, Assistant Archivist in the Richard Burton Archives shares her story about the… Continue reading Being an Associate Fellow and adapting to online support – a view from the Archives staff

Valuing Teaching and Influencing others – Ellen Spender reflects on her SFHEA Journey

In the HEA Fellowship blog, we’re continuing to measure the impact that HEA Fellowship has on teaching practices, on students and on the practices and approaches of peers. We’ve also asked for some suggestions when teaching/supporting learning online! Ellen is also going to share her story and tips in preparing her Senior Fellowship claim with… Continue reading Valuing Teaching and Influencing others – Ellen Spender reflects on her SFHEA Journey

Role Modelling and Strategically Leading – the value of Recognition as a Principal Fellow – Part 2

In the HEA Fellowship blog, we’re continuing to measure the impact that HEA Fellowship has on teaching practices, on students and on the practices and approaches of peers. Jo Berry gained her PFHEA in November 2021 and is an Associate Professor in the School of Culture and Communications, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.  She’s… Continue reading Role Modelling and Strategically Leading – the value of Recognition as a Principal Fellow – Part 2

Role Modelling and Strategically Leading – the value of Recognition as a Principal Fellow – Part 1

In the HEA Fellowship blog, we’re continuing to measure the impact that HEA Fellowship has on teaching practices, on students and on the practices and approaches of peers. Claire Morgan gained her Principal Fellowship recognition in November 2021 and joined a small, but growing number of Principal Fellows at Swansea University.  Claire is Associate Professor… Continue reading Role Modelling and Strategically Leading – the value of Recognition as a Principal Fellow – Part 1

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 asking… Continue 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 take… Continue 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 which… Continue 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 through… Continue 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