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Parents@TUOS coffee morning

 

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Talking to parents at the Parents@TUOS coffee morning

The Parents@TUOS network exists to support people at The University of Sheffield (TUOS) who have families, are about to start a family, or are thinking about having children in the future. Amongst other activities, the network hosts quarterly coffee mornings for parents interested in hearing more about topics currently being researched at TUOS that might be of interest to them.

At the end of last month, I was invited to talk about my research as part of this series. The network asked Dr. Sabine Little and myself to present on the theme: “Making Technology Work for My Family”.

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GTA, FHEA? Becoming a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy as a casual worker

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One for the certificate binder…

At the end of last month, I was delighted to hear that my application to become a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) had been approved. The HEA awards fellowships to individuals with a proven, sustained track record in HE teaching. Increasingly, employers across the education sector are looking for HEA accreditation as a measure of teaching development and success. Continue reading “GTA, FHEA? Becoming a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy as a casual worker”

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