Continuing Professional Development Workshop Developing your HEA Portfolio Paul Dennison
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Continuing Professional Development Workshop
Developingyour HEA Portfolio
Paul DennisonLearning and Teaching Symposium 2007
You have successfully completed an HEA accredited teacher training programme. At Greenwich these are:PGCE (Sep 1996 to Aug 1999)PGCHE (Sep 2006 on)PDDip or MA in HE (Sept 2001 to Aug 2006)You hold a National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) award.NOTE: Previously, if you were a member of the Institute of Learning and Teaching in HE, which closed in 2004, (ILT), you were able, for a time, to convert your membership to the HEA. As of now, you need to re-apply for professional recognition via portfolio.HE Academy: You can apply for automatic recognition if...
Complete the Application Booklet (Portfolio)Referee 2Notified within 2 weeksapplication (+ fee) receivedSend offNotified within 8 weeksof result. One-offregistrationfee 50Missingdocs?Referee 1HE Academy: the individual Recognition SchemeYesNoAccepted
HE Academy: The Individual Recognition SchemeIf you apply to become a Fellow you should:
have 3 yrs or more HE experience (1 yr for Assoc.) demonstrate experience in 6 areas of Prof. Activity:
1. Design and planning of learning activities and/or programmes of study2. Teaching and/or supporting student learning3. Assessment and giving feedback to learners4. Developing effective environments and student support and guidance5. Integration of scholarship, research and professional activities withteaching and supporting learning6. Evaluation of practice and continuing professional development*UK Professional Standards Framework(Assoc. should demonstrate area 5 and one other) supply 2 referees to corroborate your evidence pay a one-off 50 registration fee.
You must demonstrate your experience in the 6 areas of professional practice in 6 x 500 word evidence submissions - your portfolio or application booklet.
No additional appendices allowed.
Your evidence is expected to show how Core Knowledge and Professional Values underpin and inform your practice.
HE Academy: The Individual Recognition Scheme
You must demonstrate a knowledge of
1. The subject material2. Appropriate methods for teaching and learning in the subject area and at the level of the academic programme3. How students learn, both generally and in the subject 4. The use of appropriate learning technologies5. Methods for evaluating the effectiveness of teaching 6. The implications of quality assurance and enhancement for professional practice *UK Professional Standards FrameworkHE Academy: The Individual Recognition Scheme
You must show:
Respect for individual learners Commitment to incorporating the process and outcomes of relevant research, scholarship and prof. practice Commitment to the development of learning communities Commitment to encouraging participation in HE, acknowledging diversity and promoting equality of opportunity Commitment to CPD and evaluation of your own practice*UK Professional Standards Framework
HE Academy: The Individual Recognition Scheme
HE Academy: RefereesReferees provide a peer review of the applicants practice and support and supplement the information given in the application.
They need to read your application before composing your reference.
They should comment on how you meet the application criteria for the Academy, using their knowledge of your work and its context, especially your most recent role and responsibilities. Probably they need to talk this over with you.
Your referees should be:
experienced staff active in teaching and learning support able to comment knowledgeably first-hand on your work. not necessarily very senior members of your organisation able to comment on your current/recent role and responsibilities
Examples: someone who has observed your teaching a fellow course team member your line manager someone from another organisation with whom you have worked.
HE Academy: Who should be Referees
Applications are checked that they are reliable, consistent, and valid. Accreditors then look for information on:
significant experience of the areas of professional activity (see UK Professional Standards Framework) awareness of pedagogical issues, both generally and within own discipline ability to choose, adapt and apply methods and approaches that are relevant to the context of work integration of scholarship, research & professional activities with teaching & supporting learning ability to demonstrate that evaluation and CPD inform practice HE Academy: How are applications accredited?
HE Academy: The Individual Recognition SchemeThe application portfolio asks for 500 words about each of the following areas:
Design and planning of learning activities and/or programmes of study2. Teaching and/or supporting student learning3. Assessment and giving feedback to learners4. Developing effective environments and student support and guidance5. Integration of scholarship, research and professional activities with teaching and supporting learning6. Evaluation of practice and CPD*UK Professional Standards Framework
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