Mentoring and Support
In 2023/24, DMU colleagues are invited to take part in a scheme offering tailored support to enhance your practice on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and to increase your wider influence and impact, potentially providing an evidence base for HEA Fellowship applications (particularly Senior Fellowship). The scheme aims to assist colleagues in a range of ways:
- Options for support include 1-1 mentoring meetings and peer observation and feedback.
- Opportunities to contribute across the university to ESD adoption, include serving as a faculty rep and by providing peer feedback to colleagues on programme design.
- Opportunities to enhance wider impact include support to present your work externally or platforms for internal dissemination, such as online case studies or presentations at events.
To express interest, please complete the short online form here: https://forms.office.com/e/W7A34g8cef
Further details on the scheme are available below. For any other enquiries, email Andrew Reeves on firstname.lastname@example.org
Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Mentoring and Support 2023/24
- Support a cohort of colleagues from across the institution to deepen their knowledge, skills and competencies in ESD
- Empower these colleagues to support peers in their departments and across DMU with adoption of ESD
- Enable colleagues to enhance the depth, influence and impact of the ESD work, providing evidence towards HEA fellowship claims (particularly at Senior Level)
- Provide support to enhance colleagues’ practice, including 1-1 mentoring meetings, peer observation and feedback and more
- Develop and pilot a self-assessment tool for ESD practice, support and wider influence
- Provide opportunities to contribute across the university to ESD adoption, including as a faculty rep and by providing peer feedback to colleagues.
- An end of year survey and qualitative feedback will provide evidence on the success of the scheme in meeting the above aims.