If you are considering applying for a Group Learning and Teaching Citation or Griffith Award for Excellence in Teaching this year, please visit the Learning and Teaching Awards website to see further details of the Scheme. We also highly recommend reviewing the Preparing your Application section of the site for:
- the scheme Guidelines
- a list of important considerations for applicants
- links to online writing modules
- links to Academic Group-based applicant support, including peers who will be able to provide feedback on a final draft of an application.
Award writing modules
These writing modules aim to support eligible staff to develop Group Learning and Teaching Citation applications that address the higher order criteria against which applications are assessed and meet the eligibility and compliance requirements of the Griffith Awards and Citations for Excellence in Teaching Guidelines. The two key goals are for staff to
- document and demonstrate excellence in teaching and learning
- develop a compliant application.
The modules comprise:
- Planning your application
- Key application requirements
- The Written Statement – Choosing assessment criteria
- The Written Statement – Structure and style
- Reviewing your application and final submission
The Writing Applications for Griffith Awards for Excellence in Teaching – Online modules will be published in May.
Deans (Learning and Teaching) will provide an appropriate mentor on request for applicants from their Academic Group and peers who will be able to provide feedback on a final draft of an application. See the list of contacts on this page.
Learning Futures staff will provide initial advice on eligibility criteria on request, prior to application submission. Email [email protected] or contact the Manager (Awards, Grants and Fellowships).
Griffith Grants for Learning and Teaching 2018
The Griffith Grants for Learning and Teaching, Group Projects Scheme is scheduled to be launched. Learning Futures will provide further information about the scheme and resources available in May.
This post was contributed by Leigh Sawyer.