This webinar accompanies the report “Evidencing teaching excellence: Analysing the TEF2 provider submissions” published 21 November 2017. Two of the report’s authors will provide highlights from the research which explored key patterns in the TEF2 provider submissions in order to:
- support the sector in understanding the key trends in relation to TEF provider submissions, teaching excellence and impact evaluation for further improvement of practice;
- support the sector in understanding opportunities for further development of TEF provider submissions and teaching excellence;
- evidence use and impact of HEA programmes, activities, and resources in the sector’s development of teaching excellence practice.
This event has already taken place.
Who is delivering the webinar?
The webinar will be delivered by:
- Joanne Moore (ARC Network)
- John Sanders (ARC Network)
Joanne Moore and John Sanders (ARC Network) will be providing highlights of their HEA-commissioned research into the TEF2 provider submissions. They will outline key findings about patterns in the award, thematic content of the submissions, current states of play in relation to evaluation and impact as evidenced by the submissions, and common aspects of the panel feedback statements to “upgraded” providers. They will also summarise the recommendations arising from the research for the further development of teaching excellence both within TEF submissions and more broadly in the sector. Delegates will have the chance to ask questions and explore key issues.
- explore patterns in the TEF2 provider submissions, with consideration of differences between ratings, sectors, institution types, and size;
- understand key patterns in the panel feedback statements to “upgraded” providers;
- consider how to further develop teaching excellence and TEF submission narratives.
Who should attend?
Practitioners interested in developing teaching excellence, leaders responsible for institution-wide development of learning and teaching, and those involved in the teaching excellence framework.
York Science Park,