"Inspiring Teaching, Inspiring Learning."
"The ANTF will enhance and embed the impact of National Teaching Fellows on learning and teaching in the Higher Education community."
" valuable resource which can help shape Higher Education in the future."
The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme was started by the Higher Education Funding Council for England in 1999 with the first awards in the year 2000. The awards recognised excellence in learning and teaching in Higher Education and winners were chosen through a criterion referenced process judged by their peers. If you wish to know more, you can read a review of the scheme and its impact in the 'NTF 10th Anniversary Celebration' issue of Learning Exchange
The Association of National Teaching Fellows (ANTF) was formed in 2005 by the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and the leader of the Interim co-ordination group whose task was to establish the Association. This group were subsequently superceeded by the first elected Committee of the Association, chaired by Bob Rotheram. The Association is unfunded but supported by the HEA in its administration. Membership is automatic for anyone who is awarded a National Teaching Fellowship.
If you would like to know how you can become an NTF, go to the HEA website.
The 2012 Fellows received their awards in September and three of them have been invited to join the Committee of the Association.
The call for applications for the 2013 awards went out in January and details can be found on the HEA website.
This is a temporary holding page.
The ANTF website is current being redesigned for Summer 2013.