Make 2022/23 your year to gain HEA Fellowship Recognition

sunflowers field
sunflowers field
Sunflowers – Image by Siggy Novak on Pixabay

What are you planting today to harvest tomorrow?  Lailah Gifty Akita

The last 2 to 3 years have been a real challenge, but also meant a lot of changes and innovations in teaching practice. If you do not currently hold a category of HEA Fellowship, then make 2022-23 the year to complete an application. Consider what you have done the last 3 academic years and what you will be doing this academic year and how that experience can be harvested to gain HEA Fellowship.

Watch our for regular encouragement from SALT’s Recognition Team to plant the first seeds of your Fellowship claim.

More information about gaining HEA Fellowship recognition at Swansea University can be found here.

 

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.

Dr. Jo Berry, PFHEA
Dr. Jo Berry, PFHEA

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 held a range of College, School and institutional roles, including Dean of Assessment and Feedback. She is currently the School Education Lead.  Her passion is supporting student learning through effective assessment and feedback and inclusive learning practices.

She shares with us why she applied for Principal Fellow recognition and what this means to her.

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