HEA FELLOWSHIP SCHEME

HEA FELLOWSHIP SCHEME

What Are HEA Fellowships?

The HEA fellowship scheme is an internationally recognised peer reviewed professional recognition program that supports those with teaching and learning experience and expertise in the tertiary sector to gain accreditation through Advance HE.  There are over 110,000 HEA fellows globally, approximately 2,000 of these in Australia.

What Are HEA Fellowships?

The HEA fellowship scheme is an internationally recognised peer reviewed professional recognition program that supports those with teaching and learning experience and expertise in the tertiary sector to gain accreditation through Advance HE.  There are over 110,000 HEA fellows globally, approximately 2,000 of these in Australia.
DeakinHEA FELLOWSHIP OVERVIEW

DeakinHEA Fellowship Pathway provides those involved in learning and teaching with formal recognition of practice, impact and leadership .  The DeakinHEA fellowship scheme provides teaching teams across the university with opportunities to apply for various categories of fellowship as they move through their teaching journey.  This program will integrate into the new Deakin Teaching Capability Framework, supporting premium learning that is inclusive for all teaching team staff.

Self Register for Deakin’s HEA Cloud Site to view more information, calendar of events, and useful resources.

DeakinHEA HOW DO I APPLY?

Round 3 of DeakinHEA Fellowships are now closed. For further information about expressions of interest and applications please email any further questions to HEA@deakin.edu.au

DeakinHEA EVENTS
For Round 3 Participants:

HEA Drop in Sessions – October 2019 17/10/2019 9:30 am (note date change, these drop-ins were previously scheduled for 15/10/2019, bookings essential)

For mentors:

HEA Mentors PD: Mock assessment review panel 26/09/2019 10:00 am

DeakinHEA ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

DEAKIN FELLOWS PROFILE SERIES

SFHEA - JO SMISSEN

Joanne Smissen SFHEA Faculty of Science, Engineering & Built Environment Senior Lecturer in Educational Design & Team Leader (SEBE Learning Support).

Why did you apply for the HEA fellowship?

To achieve recognition for my leadership, ideas and achievements in teaching and learning at Deakin. I also saw it as a personal challenge, a chance to reflect on my career and my achievements, and an opportunity to prioritise writing in my day-to-day work. I hoped that being awarded a Senior HEA Fellowship would be a step towards recognition within Deakin and potential promotion.