ANU Educational Fellowship Scheme – be awarded a fellowship from the UK Higher Education Academy

Crawford School of Public Policy

Event details

Workshop

Date & time

Wednesday 25 November 2015
12.00pm–1.00pm

Venue

Canberry /Springbank Room, Level 1, JG Crawford Building 132, Lennox Crossing, ANU

Speaker

Professor Michael Martin.

Contacts

Alison Cumming Thom
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Please note this event is for Crawford School staff only.

Professor Michael Martin of the ANU Promoting Excellence team at CHELT will give a short presentation on the Australian National University’s Educational Fellowship Scheme and how you can use it to credential your work as a professional educator. He will talk about the benefits and the process and there will be time for questions.

Why attend:

  • The fellowship is an internationally-recognised accreditation, so useful (in some higher education systems essential) for recognition and mobility.

  • Fellowships are now considered as part of the ANU promotion process.

  • The process provides an opportunity to reflect on your teaching practice.

Who should attend: all teaching staff and professional staff involved in ensuring educational outcomes. The fellowship is at four different levels so educators from tutor to professor can apply!

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