The promotion of teaching excellence is at the heart of our work within Student Learning & Academic Registry. This includes the development and delivery of CPD sessions relating to innovative pedagogies, regular conferences featuring sector-leading keynote speakers and our HEA accredited professional development framework.
Digital Delivery: Learning and Support
We’ve developed a suite of guidance and resources to support the delivery of learning and teaching:
- Blackboard Ultra for enhanced Delivery
- Lecture Capture - ReView/Panopto
- Alternative Online Assessment Arrangements
- Digital Empowerment
- Delivering Personal Tutoring Remotely
- Online Communication & Collaboration
- Staff Guides to Support Practice through the Hybrid Delivery Model
- TU Online
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StREAM is the University’s learner analytics platform. The use of learner analytics is designed to support all our students in maximising their chances of success and realising their potential. It can be accessed through engage.tees.ac.uk. There has recently been an upgrade
It is well recognised that teaching International Students and having a culturally diverse classroom are extremely rewarding, but also present challenges, both for academics and students. Such challenges will be daunting for those who have limited experience of supporting and teaching International Students, but also for students experiencing for the first time an international, culturally diverse classroom…
This session will focus on information for student facing staff who might be presented with a student in distress. The session aims to inform staff about strategies they can use to de-escalate a situation and what questions to ask to find out relevant information to refer appropriately. Boundaries will be explored so that staff feel confident about appropriate actions when managing a potential crisis situation and can identify when specialist intervention is required. The session will inform staff how to refer to appropriate services both within TU and externally.
During the 2022-23 academic year, the LTExChange Network will focus on supporting and advancing “Inclusive Communities of Learning”. The LTExChange Symposia Series will provide the primary vehicle for this work, bringing together and engaging key stakeholders to support new thinking