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Teaching & Learning Developer scheme. QM T&L conference Jan 2012 Professor Susan Dilly VP for Teaching and Learning. Reason for developing the scheme. Key function of QM is to provide high quality T&L to all students Staff have varied needs for T&L development

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teaching learning developer scheme

Teaching & Learning Developer scheme

QM T&L conference Jan 2012

Professor Susan Dilly

VP for Teaching and Learning

reason for developing the scheme
Reason for developing the scheme
  • Key function of QM is to provide high quality T&L to all students
  • Staff have varied needs for T&L development
  • Ideas in T&L and student expectations change so all staff would benefit from keeping up-to-date
key features of the new scheme
Key features of the new scheme
  • All academic staff involved in teaching should participate
  • The scheme provides an alternative route for completing the T&L requirements of probation.
  • It will focus on ensuring competency and encouraging excellence in the practical aspects of T&L
  • It will be flexible to fit the needs of the participant and best use of learning resources, both internal and external to QMUL.
scheme for a ll academic staff
Scheme for all academic staff
  • Scheme for probationers
  • Scheme for established staff

? Are these identical or separate elements

scheme for probationers
Scheme for probationers
  • Similar to points-based scheme for researcher development
  • Captures generic and specific development activities
  • One point for approx 1 hour of activity
  • Activities are mapped to domains to create a balanced portfolio
practical issues
Practical issues
  • Existing College, Faculty and School activities need to be collated and approved by a cross-faculty academic group (Feb-June 2012)
  • College needs to develop a format for collecting and submitting data
  • Each probationer needs a supervisor who will agree the balance of T&L development activities and monitor progress at probation meetings
timescale 2012
Timescale 2012
  • January 11th – Session at Teaching and Learning Conference on points-based scheme.  
  • January – Discussion at VPTLAG.
  • March – Paper to Senate for formal approval.
  • September 1st – New scheme for probationers begins.
phase 2 t f group volunteers welcome
Phase 2 T&F group- volunteers welcome!
  • February – Agree domains, structures and technical aspects of database and software.
  • March - Map and award points to existing Learning Institute activities relevant to this scheme
  • March-May – Gather information of relevant activities at School and Faculty and accredit on database.
  • June – define the gaps in provision and map to HEA framework for consideration for HEA accreditation.
  • (Provisional dates- Feb 1st, Feb 29th, May 9th, June 27th- all Wednesday 3-5)
the overall strategy
The overall strategy
  • Phase 1- Identify the issues and potential solutions (August-Dec 2011)
  • Phase 2- Design and implement scheme for probationers (Feb-Sept 2012)
  • Phase 3- Evolution of CILT/PGCAP
  • Phase 4- Scheme for existing staff (Sept 2013)
topics for debate
Topics for debate
  • Probationer scheme details- hours, domains, accredited activities, transition arrangements
  • Scheme for established staff - concept, breadth, desirability
  • CILT/PGCAP- future structure, focus, audience
question for debate
Question for debate
  • How many points/hours should a probationer need to achieve?
  • Is 100 hours an appropriate amount?
    • 60 credits
    • 600 notional hours of learning
    • 80-100 hours of actual contact
    • Completed in 2 years (max 3 yrs)
question for debate1
Question for debate
  • Do we need domains and what should they be?
  • Teaching and learning practice (>50%)
  • Educational scholarship and research
  • Academic processes and administration
  • New UK Professional Standards Framework 2011 has
  • 3 ‘dimensions of academic practice’ with-
  • 5 ‘areas of activity’
  • 6 ‘aspects of core knowledge’
  • 4 ‘professional values’