The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme in England and Northern Ireland: a review

Eales-Reynolds, L.J. and Frame, P. 2010. The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme in England and Northern Ireland: a review. Learning Exchange. 1 (1), pp. 1-5.

TitleThe National Teaching Fellowship Scheme in England and Northern Ireland: a review
AuthorsEales-Reynolds, L.J. and Frame, P.
Abstract

In the late 1990s, the Higher Education Funding Councils of England and the equivalent body in Northern Ireland (DEL NI) took the positive step of supporting the development of initiatives that promoted and supported innovation, and the recognition of excellence, in learning and teaching in Higher Education. One of the earliest manifestations of this support was the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year, making this a timely opportunity to consider the personal and professional impact this scheme has had on the quality of teaching throughout the Higher Education sector locally, and the implications of this development for the wider EU community.

JournalLearning Exchange
Journal citation1 (1), pp. 1-5
ISSN2043-6602
Year2010
PublisherUniversity of Westminster
FileEales-Reynolds_Frame_2010.pdf
Web address (URL)http://learningexchange.westminster.ac.uk/index.php/lej/article/view/3
Publication dates
Published2010

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