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Achieving Teaching Excellence: Developing Your TEF Profile and Beyond

Achieving Teaching Excellence: Developing Your TEF Profile and Beyond
Peter Wolstencroft, Leanne De Main, Paul Cashian
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What does teaching excellence within Further and Higher Education look like? This book takes the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) as its starting point. Each chapter identifies one specific aspect of the TEF and, with the help of case studies, guides the reader through innovative teaching strategies and how to overcome challenges that range from digital learning to feedback and assessment. Extensive practical suggestions are offered for the reader to use in their own teaching, all underpinned by a sound theoretical base.

Responsive to current debate, topics addressed include:* Widening Participation* Internationalisation* Gaming and simulation* Student employabilityThe entire volume is cross-referenced to both the TEF and the National Student Survey (NSS), meaning readers can easily contextualise what they have read. With higher investment in teaching and learning, and the changing demands and expectations of students, this timely and practical book will help you successfully navigate your teaching career within Higher Education. Peter Wolstencroft is a Programme Leader for Postgraduate Courses at Liverpool John Moores University.

His work and research has a focus on the student experience and improving teaching and learning. Leanne de Main is Associate Dean (Academic) at De Montfort University, having held previous roles at other Universities in Academic Development and Quality. Her research centres on widening participation and inclusive curricula with a key focus on access to Higher Education for students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Paul Cashian is Institutional lead for Assessment for the Coventry University Group having previously been Associate Dean in the University's Faculty of Business and Law. He is Principal Fellow of the HEA and has a wide experience of leading innovative change programmes seeking to enhance the student experience.
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