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SCEPTrE Fellowships

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SCEPTrE External Fellowships  2009-2010 The Surrey Centre for Excellence in Professional Training and Education is offering up to seven Fellowships each worth £3000 to educational professionals who are willing to work collaboratively with SCEPTrE to promote the development of student learning experiences that seek to combine and integrate learning from academic, work and other life experiences.

 

Pedagogic objectives

 

·            Research – knowledge and understanding for better practice: To advance understanding of how and what students learn while they are on placement and discover the most effective ways of helping them learn and recognize and record what they have learnt.

 

·            Practice improvement: To encourage the development and spread of practices that are most effective in helping students prepare for placement, support and encourage them while they are on placement, and help them integrate what they have learnt when they return from placement.

 

·            Curriculum development that encourages professional and personal development from the whole of life:  To encourage and support curriculum innovation that seeks to enhance students’ professional and personal development and integrate learning and problem working from discipline study, work, the co-curriculum and other contexts where important life-skills can be developed.

 

To apply for a Fellowship you must be based in a higher education institution in the UK or overseas. Funding must be used to support a project aimed at further developing the curriculum or students' experiences in line with the pedagogic objectives outlined above. Funding can also be used to support study visits or short secondments to the SCEPTrE Centre, and/or participation in conferences in order to disseminate the results of a project.  There is an expectation that External Fellows will be part of the SCEPTrE Fellowship community and that they will share the results of their pedagogic development work with the wider community through SCEPTrE’s wikis and conferences.

 

 

Fellowship policy and application form

http://sceptrefellows.pbwiki.com/

 

If you would like to discuss a proposal please contact R.Law@surrey.ac.uk

 

Closing date April 24th 2009

 

 

 

 

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