Tag: educational development

LEaD Coaching: A personal experience

When I submitted an application for LEaD fellowship coaching I’m not sure I really knew what to expect. What I asked for was support to develop interactive teaching for larger groups of students. What I got was Dilly. Having chatted to Anise over coffee, to discuss options, she matched me with Dilly as my main…Continue Reading LEaD Coaching: A personal experience

LEaD Fellows Coaching

“I found coaching to be immensely helpful, restorative and motivational. It has given me fresh verve and energy.” “It was an excellent experience and has helped me to reflect on my career development and teaching.” Feedback from LEaD Coaching Fellows   This year, the LEaD fellowship scheme allowed four academics from School of Health Sciences…Continue Reading LEaD Fellows Coaching

LEaD Coaching Fellowships

LEaD fellows are currently being matched with coaches to work with them over this year to develop their teaching practice.  The coaching is a safe, confidential space used as an educational development and reflective practice tool.  In partnership with coaches the fellows will reflect on their educational role, explore their teaching and take the next…Continue Reading LEaD Coaching Fellowships

Call for LEaD Development Grant Applications

Audience: City University London academics LEaD Fellowship Grant LEaD Fellowship grants provide a new opportunity for you to reflect on and examine your teaching practice. Apply for one of these grants and be awarded £1,000 which will be used to engage an external coach to work with you.  This coaching is a safe, confidential space…Continue Reading Call for LEaD Development Grant Applications

21st International Conference on Learning

I have published two posts from the International Conference on Learning where Pam and myself are currently. The first post is an overview of my main “takeaways” from the conference so far, more useful I thought than outlining every session I have attended.  Some good ideas here that I hope to incorporate into my own practice…Continue Reading 21st International Conference on Learning