Events and resources to help you implement a theme
Tina Harrison’s feature on ELIR identified some areas where the University could improve its teaching and learning. If you’re thinking about developing your own teaching and learning in these areas, there are plenty of resources available.
Want to develop peer support?
The Peer Support Toolkit contains guidance notes, adaptable resources, and materials to help with creating and implementing peer support initiatives.
Work with PhD students?
The IAD has a range of resources to support doctoral researchers including, courses, networks, funding, career management, and advice and support. You might also be interested in the QAA event ‘Student Engagement in Postgraduate Research Provision’ on 23 March 2016.
Wondering what other colleagues are doing around assessment and feedback?
The IAD case studies are a great place to find examples of good practice, for example: Using GradeMark with a built-in feedback rubric (Business School).
EUSA Teaching Awards
Finally, a reminder that nominations are now open for the EUSA Teaching Awards, so encourage your students to celebrate excellent teaching and nominate!