The Teaching Experts Award process is the second phase of Ireland’s National Learning Impact Awards in Higher Education. The award identification process was rigorous and highly selective. Once submitted by their institutions, nominations were reviewed by a Teaching Expert Awards evaluation panel.
Not more than 16 nominees were shortlisted, and there were 7 category award winners. Everyone on the shortlist was invited to attend the National Forum Teaching and Learning Summit where they were formally recognised. The 7 category award winners were announced at this event.
The two phases of the Learning Impact Award process support a strong ongoing partnership between students and academic contexts, and between ‘heroes’ and ‘experts’, to help inform and shape our sectoral professional development strategies, frameworks, and learning cultures.
The National Forum hosted an information webinar on the awards process on June 18th from 12:30pm – 1:30pm. The recording of this webinar is now available from the following link: https://teachingandlearning.adobeconnect.com/p7elz8xqi8d/
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