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Promoting excellence in teaching and learning

Susan Deacy, Principal Lecturer in Classical Civilisation, Department of Humanities, awarded funding by the Higher Education Academy to run a project promoting excellence in teaching and learning.  

Posted: 14 February 2014

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Susan Deacy, Principal Lecturer in Classical Civilisation

Susan Deacy, Principal Lecturer in Classical Civilisation, Department of Humanities, has been awarded £3,000 funding by the Higher Education Academy to run a project promoting excellence in teaching and learning.

Susan will carry consultancy work for the HEA to disseminate effective practice in the teaching and learning of classic civilisation, in particular ancient Greek gender and sexuality. She will contribute, over the course of the academic year, 6 written contributions about issues in teaching and learning in classics to the HEA’s Arts & Humanities blog.

Susan will represent the views and work of the HEA on relevant Classics boards and committees and gain an understanding from the stakeholders about their key priorities in taking teaching forward. She will also produce internal reports for the HEA on on-going work, priorities and initiatives in the teaching and learning of classics.

The project will run until 31st July 2014.

 

 

 

 

 

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