The LEAD Associate scheme, part of the TALENT framework, provides an opportunity for academic staff in faculty to work with LEAD specialists to develop and disseminate a learning enhancement initiative. Professor Liz Barnes said of the projects: ” I think that we will see some really exciting developments that hopefully can influence and shape practice across the University”.
The designation ‘Lead Associate’ lasts for 12 months (January – December) and participants are given a range of support and development opportunities to enable project outcomes and enhance their professional profiles.
The six LEAD Associates for 2017 are:
|Amy Musgrove||Standardisation of Assessment and Feedback|
|Charlotte Coleman||Developing Student Autonomy: Self-Directed Activity Recording Tool|
|Daniela Hawryliuk||Peer Mentoring for Placements|
|David Darwent||Alternative Feedback Strategies|
|Fides Matzdorf||Embodied Cognition for Leadership and Followership|
|Sara Morris-Docker||Development of Education for Resilience|
Click here for details on the LEAD Associate 2016 projects