Monthly Archives: December 2011

A round up of funding still available for applications

Some of these funding sources have been flagged up earlier, but I thought it worthwhile to gather them together in case you’ve missed any: *Growth and Innovation Fund Re-Opened for Applications (England) The second phase of the Growth and Innovation … Continue reading

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Resources and links

*New guidance for using medical recordings in teaching.  Although some of this may not be directly relevant to your context, the ethical principles on which guidance is founded has application to a range of similar situations *The Teaching Perspectives test … Continue reading

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Supporting teacher educators

*There’s a bunch of opportunities coming up through the Teacher Education Advancement Network (TEAN) Follow this link to the events page on their website. Alas it looks like most of them have a cost, but not extortionate! Location seems to be shared … Continue reading

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Events: from Dec through to June – online, local and abroad

*Stockport College have heard that they have been successful in their bid to host an HEA seminar.  The theme is about providing ‘fresh feedforward’.  Agreed date is 29th June, 2012… but more on that and the programme nearer the time. HEA … Continue reading

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