Principles of Course Design for Hybrid Learning toolkit – Part 5: Formative – Putting learning into application

Formative assessment is a pedagogical approach that refers to a wide variety of methods that are used to conduct in-process evaluations of student comprehension, learning needs, and academic progress during a lesson, module, or course. Formative assessments are for learning, while summative assessments are of learning and do not contribute to credit points…

L&T Guidance and Support – FAQs

Below are a series of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to help colleagues navigate the extensive resources available on LTE Online.

Principles of Course Design for Hybrid Learning

Principles of Course Design: planning for multiple modes of learning and teaching As we embark on business recovery, our focus is now on embedding enhancements, nurturing excellence in delivery and strengthening resilience in the event of future disruption. From September

Reviewing Practice – What Can I do to Effectively Nurture Creative Learners?

It is for us as educators to decide the role creativity plays within our courses and modules in preparing our students for increasingly uncertain future professional lives. The following prompts are designed to support reflection and inform action and can provide a useful source of data from which to evidence or benchmark current practice, progress, and impact, or to inform planning and/or decision making for future curriculum developments…

Principles of Inclusivity

Principles of Inclusivity Individuals are supported to achieve their full potential through the provision of appropriate opportunities and the removal of barriers to enable the achievement of optimum performance. (TU Equal Opportunities Policy) Universal Design for Learning  (UDL) principles support