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Aspiring NTFs New Year, New Network event

Enhance your networking to promote your public profile
NTFs: Debbie Holley, Helen Webster and Sue Beckingham
This workshop is for those considering applying for the National Teaching Fellowship (NTF) Scheme in 2022 or beyond, and will offer information about the scheme that will help you consider any future application that you may want to make. In addition to this, we will offer insights and thoughts from an interdisciplinary panel about using your existing networks, and targeting and reaching out to new networks as you build your NTF profile. We ran a session about successful networking for impact at the Association of National Teaching Fellows symposium last year and will build upon this work. But how to get started, to move from your existing internal operational networks that enable you to get you work done, to personal networks? Networks are built upon a reciprocal two way relationship with real people, says Prof Sally Brown. Harvard Business Review add an additional level - strategic networking for linking up with, and creating, your role as an opinion leader.



Facilitated by Professor Debbie Holley (NTF 2014) on behalf of AdvanceHE/The Association of National Teaching Fellows (ANTF)

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Aspiring NTFs New Year, New Network event

  1. 1. Welcome to the aspiring NTF networking event ' Facilitated by Prof Debbie Holley (NTF 2014) with guests Helen Webster(NTF 2019), and Sue Beckingham (NTF 2017) with Karen Hustler Assistant Director, Fellowships& Accreditation(Advance HE)
  2. 2. NTF briefing format: please add questions into chat… We will cover: the value of networks; Sue and Helen share how they 'got theirs' (NTFs); mini-case studies - Helen talks blogging and Sue talks social media; Karen from AdvanceHE answers any scheme questions you may have; and planning those next steps Panel Q&A: Debbie,Karen, Helen and Sue Thanks to Danielle Hargreaves for organising...
  3. 3. Three criterion (1500 words) assessed plus 300 words of content (not assessed) Individual Excellence (demonstrating impact) Developing excellence (commitment to and impact of..) Raising the profile of excellence (demonstrating impact)
  4. 4. Networks and why they matter Offers: Different perspectives Feedback on your work, and the work of others Making use of your bio – what your interests are! Maps onto the three criteria: • Allows me to share my work • Supportive mutual development of collegiality • Helps me to reflect and learn new things Networks are built upon a reciprocal two way relationship with real people, says Prof Sally Brown.
  5. 5. How Leaders Create and Use Networks
  6. 6. How I did mine... Sue Beckingham @Ntf_tweet @suebecks Individual excellence raising profile of excellence Developing excellence
  7. 7. What's my story? Sue
  8. 8. Pause for questions and answers from chat themes Panel: Helen, Sue, Debbie (ANTF) Karen (advanceHE)
  9. 9. How I did mine... Helen Webster @Ntf_tweet @scholastic_rat Individual excellence raising profile of excellence Developing excellence
  10. 10. What's my story? Helen
  11. 11. Blogging genres • What could you share with your network? – Teaching materials and approaches, how-to – Op. Ed. and commentary on HE sector – Your own developing pedagogy and reflections – Outreach and engagement – Professional mentoring and advice – Commentary on what you're reading or attending – Curate useful resources – Guest blog posts
  12. 12. examples https://rattusscholasticus.wordpress.com/about/ Rattus Scholasticus: Professional Reflections #10DoT Ten Days of Twitter: Sharing Practice
  13. 13. https://rattusscholasticus .wordpress.com/2021/01 /22/decolonising-study- skills-and-the-role-of- learning-development/
  14. 14. Pause for questions and answers from chat themes Panel: Helen, Sue, Debbie (ANTF) Karen (advanceHE)
  15. 15. Impact • Map your potential networks • Small starts within your comfort zone to explore potential areas (do ONE brave thing next week and tweet it to @NTF-Tweet !) • Start and keep a 'happy file' evidence from students and peers showing where your work has had an impact on them
  16. 16. Everything you need to know about NTF! The fabulous AdvanceHe resources, link below. I recommend the insight into criteria videos! Dates for the next round will be published here when available. https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/awards/teaching- excellence-awards/national-teaching-fellowship
  17. 17. Not for you? We are working hard to reflect our whole community, and asking institutions to work with us
  18. 18. Resources • Dave White. Visitors and Residents http://daveowhite.com/vandr/ • Sue Beckingham. Social Media for Learning. https://socialmediaforlearning.com/ • Helen Webster. https://rattusscholasticus.wordpress.com • Debbie Holley https://drdebbieholley.com/
  19. 19. Final questions? Panel: Helen, Sue, Debbie (ANTF) Karen (advanceHE)

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