The Teaching Recognition Project is based in the Educational Development Team, part of the Centre for Academic and Professional Development.
The aim of the project is to achieve the College Strategy target of engaging all staff in the process of seeking Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, mostly through a Queen Mary ADEPT Educational Fellowship, although staff who are not engaged in a full range of teaching activities may apply for an Associate Fellowship and senior staff may wish to apply for Senior or Principal Fellowship (currently directly to the HEA). For guidance on how to apply for Fellowship please visit the CAPD website.
Issues related to the Teaching Recognition Project include:
- Student satisfaction
- Metrics of teaching quality
- How to collate evidence for recognition
- The Teaching Excellence Framework
- Levels of recognition and how to find the right one for you
…and many more!
If you have any questions on the Teaching Recognition Project, please contact Max or Maren on the links above. We also welcome submissions for blog posts, particularly about your experience of applying for recognition.
Will TEF measure the right things in the right ways? Dr Maren Thom issues a challenge to current measures of 'quality'.
Dr Max Addo reflects on the TEF and issues of teaching recognition, and the questions this may raise for academics.