There was a useful day's conference on this topic here in Scotland, led by the HEA last year. Materials etc. collated here:
A roundup of current provision in HEIs in Scotland produced a useful overview, referred to in the presentations archived therein.
Dr Darren Comber
Senior Educational Development Adviser
Centre for Learning & Teaching
Room 006, University Office
University of Aberdeen
ABERDEEN AB24 3FX
Tel: 01224 273672
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Subject: Development for PhD Students who teach
Good morning Colleagues,
We are reviewing the development provision for PhD students who teach and wonder what is done at other HEIs.
Mode: One day, series of workshops, via eLearning
Award: M Level credit, AFHEA status, SEDA recognition or attendance certificate
Mandatory, voluntary or good practice
Locally delivered within the Faculty or research centre, centrally delivered, or externally delivered
If this is of interest, I will produce a summary in say a couple of weeks time.
Dr Sally Bradley SFSEDA SFHEA
Professional Recognition Adviser
Innovation and Professional Development Team Quality Enhancement and Student Success Portfolio Sheffield Hallam University
1-11 Arundel Gate
T: 0114 225 4749
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