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The Research and Education Board (FUN) announces an educational prize to the teacher who has been particularly successful in developing students' learning.
Through this award, the Board wants to:
The following criteria have been selected to characterise a successful teacher.
The ability to support and encourage student learning, for example by:
The ability to support and encourage colleagues' development as teachers, for example, by:
The ability for self development as a teacher, for example, by:
Staff and students can nominate one or more candidates. The nomination should contain which of the three criteria the nomination is based on and a motivation. Nomination time for nominating candidates expires on September 26, 2018.
A task force consisting of qualified / excellent teachers has the task of drawing up proposals for prize winners. The working group also includes an external person, knowledgeable in teaching and learning in higher education. FUN's chair appoints winners of educational prizes according to the working group's preparation.
Announcement of the winner of the Teaching and Learning Prize takes place at the appropriate time. The winner is also acknowledged in connection with the University's academic ceremony.
The prize consists of participation in any European university education conference.
In order to spread experiences and ideas about university education, the prize winner will be asked to hold a lecture at the University Conference on teaching and learning in higher education.
The Teaching and Learning Prize was instituted in 2007. Every year, the award is given to a teacher who is considered to be particularly successful in developing student learning.
The award is presented by the Research and Education Board at Halmstad University. Staff and students are invited to nominate one or more candidatess. A working group consisting of accomplished/excellent teaching staff members is assigned with the task of selecting a winner. The group also includes one external member who is informed about teaching and learning in higher education.