Dr Anna Strzelecka, Dr F. Farukh, Mr Thomas Skinner, De Montfort University Students and staff in the School of Engineering and Sustainable Development at De Montfort University come from a diverse range of backgrounds and qualifications. The majority of them come from minoritised groups, i.e. Black, Asian and minority ethnic, from disadvantaged backgrounds, the first… Continue reading Addressing the academic needs of engineering students from diverse backgrounds
Dr Neil Gordon, Reader in Computer Science at the University of Hull, and Chair of the BCS Ethics Special Interest Group I became interested in ethics within teaching and practice a couple of decades ago, when our programmes were reviewed for accreditation but initially failed due to a lack of ethical content. This led me… Continue reading Ethics and professional Standards: why and why not?
Dr Sarah Floyd, Ulster University, and Professor Fiona Smart, Independent Consultant I attended the ANTF Symposium in April with the intent to glean ideas that might support my work in developing educators’ expertise and excellence at Ulster University and leading our processes for Education Awards and Fellowship. There were some clear interconnections between sessions, such… Continue reading Recognising, valuing and rewarding the educational expertise of Professional Services (PS) Colleagues