The judging panel for the Global Teaching Excellence Award (GTEA) – the global accolade for universities demonstrating commitment to institution-wide teaching excellence – was announced today by the Higher Education Academy (HEA), the UK-based champion of higher education teaching.
UK champion of higher education teaching quality, the Higher Education Academy (HEA) today announced a ‘Global Insights’ partnership with international leadership development firm Ranmore.
Together, they will launch a series of horizon scanning workshops and development events in Australia and the USA throughout 2017.
Research published by the HEA suggests that employability development in the curriculum is less widespread in transnational education (TNE) programmes than in UK domestic programmes.
As the UN Decade for Sustainable Development draws to a close this month, a survey has found that 80% of students believe that sustainable development should be actively promoted and incorporated by UK universities, a belief which increases as they progress through their studies.
The Higher Education Academy launches its new, UK-wide Enhancement Events Series on 2 October 2014, combining keynote presentations, workshops, masterclasses, and new-to-teaching and professional development sessions.
Supporting the TESTA project to improve assessment and feedback