ARU Blogs — Andrew Middleton

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Hello, my name is Andrew Middleton and I’m Deputy Head of Anglia Learning & Teaching. I’m a National Teaching Fellow (2017) and Senior Fellow of the HEA.

I have 23 years’ experience of developing academic and curriculum innovation in UK higher education and am committed to the development of a culture of student-centred active learning. I’m currently leading work on spaces for learning, media-enhanced teaching and learning (METAL), and integrating employability through the student experience.

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23 July 2019

What is distinctive about teaching and learning at Anglia Ruskin University? I think I know, and in this post I’ll explain how I know, what it is, and why it matters. But first, can a whole University really have a single distinctive identity? Read more…

22 July 2019

I have a distrust of project titles that are acronyms that look too smart for their own good, but when I asked my project sponsors about the work they wanted me to undertake I was told me… Read more…

6 March 2019

First, 'Hello!' I have just joined Anglia Ruskin University as Deputy Head of Anglia Learning & Teaching. One area of responsibility in my new role is to identify and support prospective National Teaching Fellows. Read more…


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