Teesside University’s 2020 Learning and Teaching Conference provides a platform to showcase examples of institutional and practice-level innovations that optimise student success for Education 4.0. Student access to academic resources and wider support throughout the student journey, retention on and completion of programmes of study, and progression and the cumulative achievements in and beyond higher education are all recognised as integral elements of student success…
The aim of the Portfolio Development STC Project is to establish a consistent University model for curriculum design, academic delivery and curriculum portfolio management to drive the efficient and effective deployment of resource across the Schools, underpinned by future-facing market intelligence…
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.
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
The Learning and Teaching Enhancement (LTE) team support, drive and coordinate the design, development and dissemination of a broad range of learning and teaching enhancement practices to enhance the quality of the student experience.
The deadline for project proposals for the Students as Researchers Scheme is fast approaching. In light of recent changes within School strucutures, we have extended the deadline for project proposals to Thursday 3rd October 2019. These must be received by
Reminder!! The call for project proposals for the 2019-20 Students-as-Researchers Scheme is now open. The Students as Researchers Scheme (SARS) provides opportunities for undergraduate students to work as paid research assistants on a variety of discipline and pedagogic research projects
You will have seen the recent communication around StREAM, our new system which creates personalised engagement dashboards for students, and enables them to track their learning patterns and reach their full potential. Using data we already have, such as attendance, log-in activity and card swipes, StREAM will generate an overall engagement score providing students with a better understanding of how they are engaging with their studies, and where they can improve