Student Learning & Academic Registry (SLAR) and School of Social Science Humanities and Law (SSSHL) are providing two learning and teaching staff development sessions to support our Post Graduate Researchers (involved in teaching and supporting learning) and our Part Time Lecturers.
- PGR Learning and Teaching Induction and Digital Learning at Teesside University
- Tuesday 19th October 1pm – 2.30pm Via Teams
- PGR New to Teaching Workshop
- Details to follow
The Learning and Teaching Induction will introduce colleagues to the various support that exists across the University and outline the University’s strategic context (Teesside 2025) discussing Future Facing Learning and the Academic Enhancement Framework. During the session, we will signpost colleagues to key sources around learning and teaching (L & T) support, networks and information (LTE Online) and will provide further information around the key roles and responsibilities of an academic. This will include content around Personal Tutoring, Assessment and Feedback, Continuous Monitoring and Evaluation (including Module Evaluations) and Digital Learning at TU. The University’s Professional Development Framework and the UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF) will be discussed providing the opportunity for new academic staff to discuss specific needs relating to their future CPD and L & T support.
The New to Teaching Workshop will be facilitated by colleagues from the Education and Social Work Department in SSSHL. The session will focus on planning and delivering sessions and assessment, feedback and marking. There will be an opportunity to share challenges and experiences and concerns that you may have around teaching and supporting learning in Higher Education.
Attendance at these sessions is a requirement for PGRs who will be involved in teaching and supporting learning at Teesside University.
Any PGRs / PTLs wishing to attend these sessions should email LTE@tees.ac.uk and they will be invited along to the session.