The ILE How to guides include short
tips and resources to highlight the practical ways in which
academic staff can improve their students' learning.
For examples of good practice have a look at
these case studies. These
pages contain helpful tips and ideas from colleages across
Information, templates and prompts for Curriculum Design.
The Blended Learning web pages are
dedicated to providing support for teachers to design and create
effective electronic Blended Learning opportunities.
The Learning to
Teach Inclusively module illustrates inclusive learning,
teaching and assessment practice across a range of different
subjects. The module highlights video interviews and extracts of
teaching sessions which offer teachers a chance develop their
teaching practice though review of their peers.
Information for staff on all the different services that the
Students Union can offer students.
This guide to learning
outcomes is designed to help you write appropriate
learning outcomes when developing and revising your modules and
programmes, and when devising assessment tasks.
This national project for the Generic Subject Centre/Learning
and Teaching Subject Network provides resources and workshop
materials to help build links between teaching and
HEA support on the issues of employability,
internationalisation, sustainability, personal tutoring and
This site from the University of Technology, Sydney provides
information on key assessment elements such as engaging students,
Integrative tasks, working with peers and giving and receiving
The Higher Education Academy has a number of networks including
the Centres for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and 24
subject centres for more subject-specific support.
Visit the HEA disciplines and
networks web pages for further information.
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