New LTE Bites Staff Learning and Teaching Resources Now Available via LTE Online

New LTE Bites Staff Learning and Teaching Resources Now Available via LTE Online

LTE Bites represents Academic Registry’s ongoing commitment to providing the highest quality pedagogic support and guidance to academic staff. Comprising a series of practical resources designed to engage university staff with the latest pedagogic thinking, research and practice both institutionally and from a wider sector perspective, LTE Bites will eventually take a variety of different forms, available via LTE online, to ensure resources are accessible and responsive to the needs of our staff…

Supporting International Students in Personal Tutorials – 12th December 2019

Supporting International Students in Personal Tutorials – 12th December 2019

In this webinar, the speakers will discuss the importance of supporting international students through personal tutoring and give an insight into the types of support commonly sought by international student cohorts. They will also provide some case studies and examples of how personal tutoring can be tailored to support students from a wide range of backgrounds…

NACADA Webinar – Academic Advising and Trans Enquity: Building Our Tomorrow – 11th December 2019

NACADA Webinar – Academic Advising and Trans Enquity: Building Our Tomorrow – 11th December 2019

This webinar will focus on encouraging practitioners to identify opportunities for trans advocacy work on their campuses. The presenters aim to move beyond a “Trans 101” perspective by focusing less on vocabulary and issues of awareness and directing the bulk of their effort toward identifying changes in behavior (individual) and culture (organizational) that could have the effect of increasing trans equity on campus…

Recent Fellowship Successes through the University’s Professional Development Framework

Recent Fellowship Successes through the University’s Professional Development Framework

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.

Conducting Pedagogic Research Workshop, November 20th (12:00 – 15:00)

Conducting Pedagogic Research Workshop, November 20th (12:00 – 15:00)

Do you have an idea for researching an aspect of you teaching practice but you are unsure how to develop it into an actionable project? Are you new to pedagogic research and want to gain a better understanding of the available frameworks and methodologies? Perhaps you are interested in developing a new pedagogic research programme and are looking for ways of developing a wider, inter-disciplinary, focus?…

Getting the most out of Assessment and Feedback Workshop, Tuesday 19th November

Getting the most out of Assessment and Feedback Workshop, Tuesday 19th November

This workshop is an opportunity for colleagues to engage with and reflect on different models for effective assessment and feedback practices and to gain valuable insights and practical guidance into ways they might optimise their own assessment practices for themselves and their students. The workshop itself aims to provide an open and supportive environment within which to critically consider sector best practice, bringing together cutting edge examples of innovative assessment and feedback practice…

Teaching Development Workshop

Teaching Development Workshop

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.