T&L Fellowships 2022-23 Report Published

Monday, June 17, 2024 - 12:15

We are delighted to share with you the Teaching and Learning (T&L) Fellowship 2022-23 Report. T&L project topics which are included in the report range from the use of eye-tracking technology, inclusive education and neurodiversity, course evaluation, computational thinking, teaching and the UN SDGs, eco-journaling, digital skills passport, and virtual exchanges for integrating language and culture.
In the foreword to the report Lisa O’Regan Head of CTL referred in particular to ‘the strong collaboration across faculties, academic and professional departments, the embedding of co-participatory and student partnership approaches, and a keen focus on developing inclusive and sustainable educational practices’.
The T&L Fellowship 2022-23 Report includes contributions from:
Trinidad Velasco Torrijos, Department of Chemistry
Kevin Casey, Department of Computer Science
Aidan Mooney, Computer Science
Stephen O’Neill, English
Deidre Forde, Froebel Department of Primary and Early Childhood Education
Patricia Kennon, Froebel Department of Primary and Early Childhood Education
Etain Quigley, Law and Criminology
EL Putnam, Media Studies
Ana de Prada Pérez, Spanish and Latin American Studies
The Report is available at this link Fellowship Report 2022-2023
The T&L Fellowships are part of CTL’s Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Funding Opportunities. The SPARK initiative is also supported under this funding stream. SPARK operates as a rolling call and SPARK applications will be accepted any time up until 30 August 2024. Further information about SPARK is available here