The Teaching Excellence Alliance recognises that sustained student success in professional and technical education is achieved through the expertise and commitment of individual teaching staff, of innovative course design teams, and of institutional-level interventions.
The TEA has three interconnected strands of activity to enhance and develop Alliance Universities teaching & learning:
- Shared and new Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for teaching staff and those that enable teaching, to provide support for staff members to remain in good standing.
- A peer review college (PRC) that will provide challenge and support on course design and curricula, and provide development opportunities for PRC members.
- Special interest groups that will support institution-wide enhancements for sustained student success.
By focusing on sustained student success in professional and technical education, Alliance universities have developed areas of collective distinctiveness in learning and teaching. The TEA seeks to enhance and support these areas, which include but are not limited to co-creation, Immersive learning and assessment, alternative provision, and responsive learning environments.
Further details are available below and by subscribing to the TEA Newsletter through firstname.lastname@example.org