Paul Chesterton has kindly agreed to talk about his journey to becoming a National Teaching Fellow and what being a National Teaching Fellow means. This is a lunch and learn session, please feel free to bring your lunch.
We are now underway with using our new learner analytics solution, StREAM, to maximise student chances of success and assist Personal Tutors and other key staff in providing additional help and advice if needed.
To learn more about Learner Analytics and ask questions, series of drop in sessions around Learner Analytics are being held.
Teesside University’s Professional Development Framework for Teaching and Supporting Learning: Recognising Excellence in Learning and Teaching (RELT) encompasses our taught and CPD programmes. RELT is accredited by Advance HE providing external and independent confirmation that our PgCLTHE and CPD Programmes are aligned with the UK Professional Standards Framework for Teaching and Supporting Learning in Higher Education (UKPSF). It provides participants with the opportunity to be professionally recognised through the Advance HE’s Fellowship Scheme and during 2018/2019 55 awards were made through RELT.
Teesside University’s CreatorLab, situated in the new Student Life building, aims to empower multi-disciplinary connectivity and creativity in educational design, drawing upon the wealth of knowledge and skills of stakeholders from across the university to drive the evolution of Future Facing Learning…
We have an exciting workshop opportunity coming up around ‘Enhancing Staff and Students Partnerships in Learning’ delivered by an External Consultant, John Lea
Module Evaluations are designed to inform the enhancement of learning and teaching across the University, and therefore contribute to the delivery of an outstanding student and learning experience. Through engaging staff and students in the evaluation and reporting process, module evaluations stimulate meaningful dialogue concerning pedagogic practice and the student experience.
The module evaluation window for Semester 1 2019/20 will open on Monday 11th November 2019 and close on Sunday 24th November 2019.
The first Teaching Development Workshop is scheduled to take place on Tuesday 12th November (1pm-3pm). This workshop is for colleagues who may be new to teaching (and not yet completed the PgCLTHE) or for those who may be more experienced but having recently joined Teesside University, would like further insights around learning and teaching here at Teesside. It is also relevant for longer established academics who would like a ‘refresher’ around L&T and/or currently experiencing challenges in aspects of their professional delivery.
Academic Registry (AREG) is pleased to launch the TRANSFORM Lunches which will take place throughout the academic year and provide an opportunity for colleagues to explore key University initiatives in more detail. The first TRANSFORM Lunch will be held on Wednesday 11th December 2019 and focuses on Enhancing Student Success through Digital Transformation
We have an exciting workshop opportunity coming up around ‘Enhancing Staff and Students Partnerships in Learning’ delivered by an External Consultant, John Lea.
John is currently the Research Director for the Higher Education Funding Council for England catalyst funded project centred on enhancing scholarship in college HE in England. Before taking up this post he was the Head of Academic Professional Development at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.
Do you want to be involved in an exciting opportunity to work on a Research Project? You will work alongside experienced researchers and will be fully supported by the LTE team and an academic project lead. This will help you