A seminar held at the House of Commons and questioning the ‘unnatural division’ of HE research and teaching, heard that TEF provided a platform for “rethinking institutional priorities” alongside a plea for greater institutional and sector integration around both activities.
Responding to the Department for Education’s release of its response to a technical consultation on TEF year 2 and the Year 2 specification, the Higher Education Academy has welcomed government commitment to using the trial year to ensure the TEF develops iteratively while maintaining continuing active engagement with the sector and key stakeholder groups.
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.
HEA Chief Executive Stephanie Marshall told a record number of Times Higher (THE) webinar listeners that the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) metrics outlined in the government White Paper would evolve in future years and that they “should start preparing now for the discipline level TEF (TEF 3) which will take place in three years’ time.”