To apply, you’ll need to have spent a minimum of 10 hours on activity relating to teaching or student learning in one or more of these key areas:
Some examples might include:
I would thoroughly recommend taking part in activities that make you eligible for the SEED award. It has been invaluable. — SEED award winner, February 2022 panel
You’ll need to provide a written statement which outlines your contribution, based on 3-5 different activities of educational enhancement (at least 10 hours)
The application must contain a reflection on what you have learnt and how you have developed as an educator and co-creator, in both narrative format and with a summary of take-home points. It should also include a summary of recommendations for the curriculum/educators.
Finally, a staff member needs to provide an endorsement which confirms your individual contribution as outlined in the reflection and recommendations. They should also provide feedback on how educational practices/content have changed as a direct result of your reflection/recommendations.
You can download relevant materials here to assist you in your application:
SEED Student Guidance Document [PDF 295KB]
SEED Application Form [DOC 155KB]
Samples of best written applications [PDF 113KB]
If you want to know more, or need assistance in completing your application, you can book to meet one of our team here.
Please do not hesitate to contact the SEED Team if you require any further information.
You can also contact Ana Cabral (QMA) or Louise Younie (IHSE)
Our next submission deadline: 27 October 2023