King's Education Awards
The King's Education Awards is the students led awards to recognise the amazing people we have teaching at King’s. The awards have been running since 2002 and we have now had over 200 winners from thousands and thousands of nominations over the past 17 years.
If you are a current member of staff or student you can find out more about the winners and how to nominate on our internal pages
In 2019 students were able to nominate under the following categories;
This award recognises the contribution of an individual (or team) over time which has led to a sustained impact that has significant benefits to the learning and teaching community at King's.
Innovation in Teaching
This award recognises the contribution of a pioneering individual (or team) who utilises an approach or approaches to designing effective learning environments and to delivering creative and inspiring ways of teaching either in face-to-face, blended, or online modules.
This award recognises an individual (or team) who shows commitment and dedication to widening participation by creating a diverse and inclusive environment, through curriculum content and design, teaching practice, and/or supporting students and colleagues.
This award recognises an individual (or team) who consistently employs feedback practices that are integral to supporting student development and learning.
This award recognises an individual (or team) who frequently goes the extra mile to support students in and outside of the classroom. They are committed to students in providing guidance, help, support, and encouragement outside of their required teaching responsibilities.
This award recognises an individual (or team) who purposefully include students in co-curricular opportunities and who support students in engaging in ways to connect their academic experience to broader initiatives such as service, internships, employability skills or through involvement in improving the curriculum.
This award recognises the exemplary contribution of an early-career individual who in a short time has had a large and significant impact on teaching and learning at King’s – they are the one to watch!