1. School Lecturer of the Year - CSSHS
2. School Lecturer of the Year - CSM
3. School Lecturer of the Year - CST
4. School Lecturer of the Year - CSAD
5. School Lecturer of the Year - CSESP
6. The Personal Tutor Award
7. Inspiring Staff Member
8. Exceptional Support Award

 

 

1. School Lecturer of the Year - Cardiff School of Sport and Health Sciences

 

 

A member of staff who…

- Showcases teaching excellence, where the students are encouraged to be independent in their learning. They are a good role model and they encourage creativity within the discipline. They consistently seek student feedback and will adapt and develop to the needs of their students; themselves providing clear and actionable feedback.

- Delivers an authentic learning experience, giving opportunities for students to engage with the learning process through a range of methods, developing skills and attitudes, and always encouraging students to participate and ask questions. Assessments are intellectually stimulating, based in a real-world context and are interesting, meaningful and purposeful.

 

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2. School Lecturer of the Year - Cardiff School of Management

 

 

A member of staff who…

- Showcases teaching excellence, where the students are encouraged to be independent in their learning. They are a good role model and they encourage creativity within the discipline. They consistently seek student feedback and will adapt and develop to the needs of their students; themselves providing clear and actionable feedback.

- Delivers an authentic learning experience, giving opportunities for students to engage with the learning process through a range of methods, developing skills and attitudes, and always encouraging students to participate and ask questions. Assessments are intellectually stimulating, based in a real-world context and are interesting, meaningful and purposeful.

 

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3. School Lecturer of the Year - Cardiff School of Technologies

 

 

A member of staff who…

- Showcases teaching excellence, where the students are encouraged to be independent in their learning. They are a good role model and they encourage creativity within the discipline. They consistently seek student feedback and will adapt and develop to the needs of their students; themselves providing clear and actionable feedback.

- Delivers an authentic learning experience, giving opportunities for students to engage with the learning process through a range of methods, developing skills and attitudes, and always encouraging students to participate and ask questions. Assessments are intellectually stimulating, based in a real-world context and are interesting, meaningful and purposeful.

 

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4. School Lecturer of the Year - Cardiff School of Art and Design

 

 

A member of staff who…

- Showcases teaching excellence, where the students are encouraged to be independent in their learning. They are a good role model and they encourage creativity within the discipline. They consistently seek student feedback and will adapt and develop to the needs of their students; themselves providing clear and actionable feedback.

- Delivers an authentic learning experience, giving opportunities for students to engage with the learning process through a range of methods, developing skills and attitudes, and always encouraging students to participate and ask questions. Assessments are intellectually stimulating, based in a real-world context and are interesting, meaningful and purposeful.

 

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5. School Lecturer of the Year - Cardiff School of Education and Social Policy

 

 

A member of staff who…

- Showcases teaching excellence, where the students are encouraged to be independent in their learning. They are a good role model and they encourage creativity within the discipline. They consistently seek student feedback and will adapt and develop to the needs of their students; themselves providing clear and actionable feedback.

- Delivers an authentic learning experience, giving opportunities for students to engage with the learning process through a range of methods, developing skills and attitudes, and always encouraging students to participate and ask questions. Assessments are intellectually stimulating, based in a real-world context and are interesting, meaningful and purposeful.

 

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6. The Personal Tutor Award

 

 

A member of staff who…

- Empowers and supports, effective and meaningful student and tutor partnerships throughout the duration of a student’s studies.

- Promotes success and achievement, supporting all students to realise their potential through reflection on their academic studies, attainment level and extracurricular activities; encouraging students to develop the Cardiff Met EDGE (Ethical, Digital, Global and Entrepreneurial skills) and development of graduate attributes (as outlined in the Universities Graduate Attribute Framework).

- Provides academic support and guidance, acting as a point of contact and gateway to other resources, services and opportunities that support the student journey.

 

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7. Inspiring Staff Member

 

 

A member of staff who…

- Provides a passionate and inspiring experience through their service, support or teaching, creating an engaging and stimulating environment.

- If in a support or guidance role, inspires you to achieve and further develop beyond your studies, in extracurricular aspects of your learning.

- If academic, develops an interactive learning environment that encourages students to explore their own curiosities and empowers them to better their student experience.

 

 

8. Exceptional Support Award

 

 

A member of staff or team who…

- Provide unwavering support to students from within their role or department e.g. teaching, library, IT, wellbeing, careers etc.

- They work in partnership with students to improve the overall Cardiff Met student experience.

- Promote an environment of mutual respect, always displaying thoughtfulness and kindness in their role. - *do you have a technician/demonstrator who has supported you this year?

 

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