Committee Members

Introducing Beatrix Acevedo, new Committee member

My name is Beatriz Acevedo and I became a NTF in 2020 and believe that education is an art, with the power to transform lives and make a difference in the world. For twenty years, I have explored ways in which art and education complement each other, seeking to empower students and colleagues to think… Continue reading Introducing Beatrix Acevedo, new Committee member

Committee Members

Introducing…Steve Briggs

The Committee of the Association of National Teaching Fellows with CATE are absolutely delighted to welcome Dr Steve Briggs to the team. Here's an introduction to Steve, and his plans for CANTF...in his own words. Welcome, Steve! I am Head of Professional and Academic Development (PAD) at the University of Bedfordshire where I manage a team… Continue reading Introducing…Steve Briggs

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Committee Members, National Teaching Fellows

Reflections on transforming assessment and feedback: complexity and collaboration

National Teaching Fellow Professor Debbie Holley shares her experiences of preparing for, and delivering, an online keynote Keynote Lecture by Bournemouth University academics Debbie Holley and Anne Quinney to the Medway universities’ Creative and inclusive assessment and feedback Festival September 2020. Medway Learning and Teaching festival is an annual event which has run since 2014.… Continue reading Reflections on transforming assessment and feedback: complexity and collaboration