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Facilitating sustainable, long-term enhancement of learning and teaching in WA universities.

Designing your Portfolio Workshop

HERDSA Fellowship

Date:               Thursday 9th June 2016

Time:               9:30 AM - 02:30 PM (Morning Tea & Lunch provided)

Location:         Murdoch University McCusker Conference Centre, IIID Building390

HERDSA Fellowships are open to anyone interested in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education and who wants to engage in a recognised process of reflective development.

  • Would like to find out more about what’s involved?
  • Are you already a HERDSA Associate Fellow wondering how pull your portfolio together?

Once admitted to the Fellowship community, you join a group of committed practitioners across Australasia. To find out more about the Fellowship at

The workshop will be facilitated by HERDSA Fellow, Dr Lee Partridge, and is supported by local HERDSA Fellows and Associate Fellows

Lee Partridge is a member of the national HERDSA executive and has been actively involved in the WA Branch of HERDSA for a number of years. She has been a HERDSA Fellow since 2013 and has mentored others through the process. She has also been a facilitator in the TATAL (Talking About Teaching and Learning) movement, which supports reflective practice and the HERDSA Fellowship journey.

This workshop allows time for working on your portfolio with ‘roaming input’ from the experts

and will address the following topics:

What is a portfolio?

Is there a best time to undertake a Fellowship?

What is the standard required?

Hear some real life experiences

What are the benefits??

See some examples

How long does it take and what does it involve?

What is the mentor/mentee relationship

What is a portfolio?

Is there a best time to undertake a Fellowship?

The building location is at the south end of the campus. Entry is from Murdoch Drive or South Street. Discovery Way is a bus route with frequent busses to Murdoch train station. Visitor parking is available in Car Park 7.