The positive impact of a University Fellowship on Teaching and Learning.

John Bostock

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For over a decade, Edge Hill University has operated an Institutional Teaching and Learning Fellowship which, since 2012, I have formally co-ordinated. Initially an opportunity to research and showcase best practice based on individual’s research, it has evolved into something much more intricate and complex. It has been notoriously difficult to articulate what I do in terms of co-ordinating the Fellowship and particularly hard to say what the Fellows actually do.In order to identify what I do, how I do it and why, I have looked to some historical theories on human motivation, diagrammatically devised a conceptual overview and arrived at interesting conclusions, recommendations and next steps.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)14-17
JournalEducational Developments
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jun 2018


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