Collaborative Awards for Teaching Excellence

  • The core team is comprised of Chantelle, Cheryl and Dylan who work as lecturers within the Early Childhood Studies and Primary Education Studies programmes. The wider multidisciplinary team encompasses a number of areas from across the university including Estates, Campus Services, students, academic and administrative staff.

  • Together academics Sonya Sharma (Sociology), Helen Julia Minors (Music), Sylvia Collins-Mayo (Sociology), Heidi Seetzen (Sociology), Elena Catalano (Dance), Colette Balmain (Media and TV) and Jackie Smart (Drama) have carried out the project Taking Race Live (TRL) with Student Partners at Level 5 and 6 at Kingston University.

  • Dr John Wheeler, Associate Dean in the School of Law, Policing and Forensics, leads the team and has cross-University responsibility for overseeing developments with police forces.

  • STACK is a robust open-source mathematics assessment system which has been transformed from an innovative research project by a team of mathematics educators and IT professionals from three UK institutions.

  • The IWISE (Institutional-wide approach to Improving Student Engagement) team is a cross-institutional team of 12 members, comprised of senior staff, students’ union, professional services, and academics from seven disciplines areas.

  • The Integrated Engineering Programme (IEP) Team comprises a collective of four individuals with unique but complementary skill-sets, sharing a passion for collaborative, interdisciplinary, team-teaching to produce a new generation of engineering graduates.

  • The LITEbox initiative is led by Drs Emma Rich and Jessica Francombe-Webb, Reader and Lecturer, Department for Health and Mr Rob Hyde, Audio Visual Manager, Computing Services and Mrs Sarah Williment, Head of Academic Skills Resources, Skills Centre.

  • The University of Bedfordshire team comprises of the core members of the Sustainability Forum (SF) which they formed in 2013.

  • The Pharmacy Curriculum Team is made up of a diverse group of 16 people at different stages in their careers, different grades, academic, non-academic and a recent graduate (2017). Some have a pharmacy practice background from hospital, community or primary care; others have a science background.

  • The Major Incident (MI) is an inter-professional, problem-based learning scenario focusing on an unfolding crime investigation, currently involving three professions. The collaboration facilitates the 'hi-fidelity authenticity' which cannot be created individually.