In this month’s issue, Teaching Matters is delighted to be working in close partnership with the Careers Service to showcase innovative and interesting teaching practices that focus on Employability and Graduate Attributes. In the first blog post, Shelagh Green, Director for Careers and Employability, introduces this month’s theme with a discussion on the meanings behind the terms ’employability’ and ‘graduate attributes’.
You can find previous blog posts related to this theme here:
- Career development planning by Rebecca Valentine
- Developing employability during a one-year Masters-level programme by Omolabake Fakunle
- You are employable – all you have to do is show it! by Natalie Gilfedder
- Life Beyond University: my careers advice for students by Alec Edgecliffe-Johnson
- The Only True Job Security – connecting curricular and extra-curricular activities at university by Porai Beaven Gwendere
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