If you are looking to enhance your career as an Educator at Griffith, the Teaching for Learning Program (TFL) is your starting point. The program is one of four pathways in the HEA Fellowships @ Griffith scheme and is accredited by Advance HE in the UK, with successful completion of the program leading to Associate Fellow – a globally recognised award.
Successful completion of the program also provides a pathway into the new Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching, with credit into the core course 7031LFC University Teaching for Learning. HEA Fellows are also invited to become a member of the Griffith Learning and Teaching Academy (GLTA).
Activities in the TFL program will mirror the practices you engage in as an Educator, so it’s very practical. The program consists of four, three-hour face-to-face workshops and a one hour online module. Of these five activities, you will need to attend/complete at least three and submit five pieces of evidence of learning to be eligible to seek AFHEA recognition
The workshops are offered in Trimester 2, 2019 at Nathan campus and at the Gold Coast campus in Trimester 1, 2020. The first workshop in the program, Foundations of University Teaching, is run over 2 days and starts next week, on Wednesday 19 June, 9.30 am – 4.30 pm. Find out more and register.
The other workshops in the program are:
- Facilitating and Teaching for Learning (G04010)
- Implementing Assessment for Learning (G04011)
- Practising Reflection and Evaluation of Learning and Teaching (G04012)
- Developing a Teaching Philosophy Statement (G04013)
This story was original posted on January 29, 2019.