This blog has been authored by James Derounian, NTF 2007. James provides a fascinating insight into his experiences of being mentored to achieve his own NTF, and how he now feels strongly that the NTF and CATE community has a responsibility for mentoring others. Image shows Sir Edmund Hillary (left) and Tenzing Norgay (Credit: Tenzing… Continue reading You made the summit – now help others to join you!
Insights from our National Teaching Fellow and CATE award winner, Haleh Moravej, Manchester Metropolitan University This month we are focusing on "Building a winning team" as our theme. This week I was lucky enough to speak to Haleh Moravej to find out more about the CATE award winning team behind MetMUnch at Manchester Metropolitan University.… Continue reading A recipe for success: Building a winning CATE team
Zoë Allman PFHEA, NTF The last year has had an incredible impact on the sector, education more broadly, and across many aspects of our lives. Prior to the pandemic activity was occurring around mental wellbeing in the curriculum but the pandemic has acted as a catalyst that has raised this as key topic of discussion… Continue reading An increasing focus on embedding mental wellbeing
This blog has been authored by Paul Chesterton (NTF), Associate Professor, Teesside University; Jennifer Chesterton, Lecturer, Sunderland University; Emily Hedley, Lecturer, Teesside University; Daniel Moore, Senior Lecturer, Teesside University. It is a sequel to yesterday's blog with a similar title, which can be accessed here. Paul Chesterton, NTF The sequel: Hollywood’s favourite igniting topic. We can all relate to the… Continue reading New to higher education during a pandemic – the sequel