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Vanity post alert!
I have just been told that my achievement of Associate of the Higher Education Academy has been featured in Sussex's Teaching and Education department's publication, RUSTLE ("Really Useful Stuff on Teaching, Learning Etc."). This is, obviously, only the start along the long certificate-strewn pathway to full-time teaching in higher education, but it's certainly a good initial foray. I hope, at some point in the near future, to begin a PGCertHE and, eventually, to become a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Besides my, obvious, interest in the publication because my name is in there, RUSTLE is well worth a look. Although it's somewhat Sussex-centric, there are usually articles in there that would apply to anybody teaching in HE and it's in all of our interests to share tips and tricks, so go read!
Many thanks to all at Sussex TLDU, especially Tina O'Donnell, for all their support.
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