Inspiring learning

NTF portraits of innovative pedagogical practices

We are committed to supporting the higher education community in delivering world class teaching and learning to students. The highly valued, peer review-based National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) is integral to this vision.

National Teaching Fellows (NTFs) have clearly demonstrated their own commitment to enhancing learning through their creativity, dedication and professionalism, which they share through in this series of written portraits and workshops.

Each written portrait is full of invaluable insights; designed to inspire best practice. You can read a selection of these below, learn more about the NTF or attend an NTF-led workshop.

Alternatively, you can browse all the reports, or search by discipline or theme, by following this link.

We will continue to add reports to this series. If you’re an NTF and would like to share your innovative pedagogical practice, please email research@heacademy.ac.uk to enquire about submitting a report.


Jeff Lewis, NTF 2014 and Ruth Matheson, NTF 2012


Dr Alison James, NTF 2014


Dr Kirsten Jack, NTF 2014

Read: Dental technology at a distance: whenever, wherever Read: Innovating in the creative arts with LEGO® Read: Working towards a liberal Nursing education
Workshop: Stretching your practice: How flexible can you be?

16 February, Cardiff Metropolitan University

Workshop: Learning with Lego® in HE

24 February, University of the Arts, London

 

Keynote: Inspire to succeed: Transforming teaching and learning in Health and Social Care conference

24­-25 February, Glasgow


Jonathan Worth, NTF 2013


Dr Kirsten Hardie, NTF 2004


Professor John Charles McLachlan, NTF 2003

Read: Synthesising approaches to openness Read: Wow: The power of objects in object-based learning and teaching Read: Done to death: the use of the living body in anatomy teaching
Keynote: Inspire to succeed: Transforming teaching and learning in Arts and Humanities conference

3–4 March, Brighton

Keynote: Inspire to succeed: Transforming teaching and learning in Arts and Humanities conference

3–4 March, Brighton

Workshop: Innovative pedagogies: a fresh look at anatomy teaching for healthcare professionals

13 April, Durham University

Professor Simon Lancaster, NTF 2013
Professor Simon Lancaster, NTF 2013


Professor Alasdair Blair, NTF 2003


Dr Laura Ritchie, NTF 2012

Read: Engaging chemistry students Read: From learning by transmission to learning by doing: engaging students in research-led teaching and learning practices Read: Creating a curriculum: embracing open learning in music
Keynote: Inspire to succeed: Transforming teaching and learning in STEM conference

This conference took place on 28-29 January

Workshop: From learning by transmission to learning by doing

This workshop took place on 12 January

Workshop: Embracing open learning

This event took place on 20 January – slides are available

Last updated: 
Friday, 27 November, 2015