The theme for the 2020 Team Teaching and Learning Fellowship call was “Inspirational Teaching for Student Success”. Team Fellowships were awarded to seven multidisciplinary teams, some of which included students as partners. Each project addressed a topic that reflects common learning and teaching challenges.
Angela Rickard, Marianne O'Shea - Departments of Education and Applied Social Studies
Fellowship Project: Among Others: Exploring the impact of a shared module of professional education linking pre-service student teachers and Youth and Community Work students.
Dr Ian Marder, Trevor Vaugh - School of Law and Criminology and Design Innovation
Fellowship Project: Participatory mechanisms for reviewing and re-designing curricula with students
Dr Niamh Flanagan, Dr Gloria Kirwan - Department of Applied Social Studies
Fellowship Project: Social Work Dialogue: Exploring Practitioner Issues through Experiential Dialogue Research
Dr Edana Richardson, Prof Michael Doherty, Dr Cliodhna Murphy, Dr Ollie Bartlett - School of Law and Criminology
Fellowship Project: Online foundational learning: Creating an innovative online module for postgraduate law students
Dr Sarah Arnold, Department of Media Studies
Fellowship Project: Innovating the Practice Curriculum for Student Success in Critical Media Production
Dr Stephen McCarron, Dr Conor Cahalane, Dr Ronan Foley, Dr Conor Meade - Departments of Geography and Biology
Fellowship Project: Mapping in Fieldwork Technology for Students (MAPFiTS)
Michael Kenny, Dr Josephine Finn, Dr Mary B Ryan, Dr David McCormack, Denise Shannon, Margaret Noone, Finola Butler, Prof Anne Walsh, Mary Sheehy - Department of Adult and Community Education, NUI Galway, Kildare Wicklow Education Training Board
Fellowship Project: Scaffolding Online Delivery: Action Research of Blended Learning Delivery (2020-2021)