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National Teaching Fellowship Scheme

NTF awards were introduced by Advance HE (Formally the Higher Education Academy) in 2000. It is a highly competitive scheme and a prestigious award recognised nationally and internationally. Institutions are limited to 3 submissions each year and from these no more than 55 HE practitioners receive this award annually for their excellent contributions to learning and teaching in Higher Education from across the UK.

The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme recognises, rewards and celebrates individuals who have made an outstanding impact on students’ outcomes and the teaching profession. Individuals can be in any role that contributes to the enhancement of students’ outcomes and the teaching profession. Staff can be nominated at any stage of their career and on any type of contractual arrangement - part-time, full-time, and non-permanent(fixed-term) and covering teaching, research and/or learning support. Staff can be teaching and/or supporting students.

For KCL staff interested in applying for the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme please see the intranet page.

 

We currently have three National Teaching Fellows at the college: 

Professor Sally Everett, Business Education, Vice Dean (Education), King's Business School

Professor Michael Kolling, Computer Science, Vice Dead (Education) Faculty of Natural, Mathematical & Engineering Sciences

Sharon Markless, Centre for Education, Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine

 

 

 

 

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