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2018-9 Team Teaching Fellowship Award Call - Deadline for submissions 25October 2018

Proposal for a quality curriculum framework and institution-wide implementation plan

We invite submissions from multi-disciplinary, cross-Institute teams for a Teaching Fellowship Team Award 2018-9. Funding of up to €30,000 is available for the implementation of a 12-18 month institutional project and may be awarded to a single team or divided among multiple teams. The successful team or teams should include at least one representative from each of the following subject discipline groups 1. Engineering and Built Environment, 2.Business, 3. Arts, Languages, Social Sciences, and Tourism, 4 Computing, Science, and Health Sciences, and a collaborative partner from each of three TUDublin institutions. Further details about the Award process is available from 2018 Team Teaching Fellowship information.

A teaching fellowship information workshop was held on 11October. Slides from the session are are available from this link: video of full Workshop session  11October Workshop presentations   workshop QandAs  FYE checklist for success example

The completed proposal to be sent to by 25October 2018.

For more information about the Awards:

2018 Team Teaching Fellowship information and formCurrent DIT Teaching Fellowship Team Award 2017-8

Learning from and engaging with assessment and feedback (LEAF)

The Learning from and Engaging with Assessment and Feedback (LEAF) project, has been awarded the first DIT Teaching Fellowship Team award. The project team includes representatives of all four colleges and 10 schools and the team leader is Dr. Ziene Mottiar. The award is being funded, jointly, by the Directorate of Academic Affairs, Digital and Learning Trasformation; the College of Arts and Tourism; the College of Business; the College of Engineering and Built Environment, and the College of Sciences and Health.

What are the aims of the LEAF project?

Assessment strategies have been shown to have a large impact on shaping how students learn and how they develop key employability skills. This project aims, through a phased approach, to develop and pilot an assessment and feedback strategy focusing on the development of employability skills represented by the DIT graduate attributes.

The project team comprises of 22 staff spread throughout the institute.  During the four phases of the project, the team will: review the literature and DIT data to identify issues and best practice; develop a strategy; operationalise the strategy through piloting in 21 programmes across all four colleges; and disseminate the results within and outside DIT.

The strategy will be evidence-based and future proofed by taking into account the constantly changing nature of the Irish third level sector as a whole and DIT in particular, such as growing student numbers reflected in bigger class sizes. It will also take into account the changing characteristics of the student cohort reflected in greater internationalisation and more non-traditional students.

About Teaching Fellowships at DIT

College Teaching Fellowships were established in the DIT in 2009 under the auspices of the Dublin Region Higher Education Alliance SIF 2 project. A College Fellowship is awarded in support of their work developing and evaluating a specific project that supports the enhancement of learning and/or curriculum development at a programme, school or College level.

For more information contact your College Head of Learning Development:

College of Arts and Tourism:
College of Business:
College of Engineering and the Built Environment:
College of Sciences and Health:

And for more information about past DIT Fellowships, see the Fellowship reports on the DIT repository, Arrow.