CILT’s educational development team work with both groups of staff and individuals on topic or course-based educational development supporting our Strategic Plan 2016 – 2025 (Making a Difference - The 2025 Agenda). Our academics have particular expertise across many areas and design support and programmes to help you reflect on and develop your teaching. Both early career staff and more experienced academics can work through a range of seminars, workshops and programmes for their teaching development.
Direct College support is provided from academic staff with relevant backgrounds or experience and we customise educational development for specific areas of need. Our research and innovation focus helps us keep abreast of latest developments in higher education, supporting you to translate these into practice.
Supporting quality and excellence in:
- Teaching essentials for new staff
- Collegial conversations through networks and communities of practice
- Work-integrated learning
- Assessment design and practice
- Curriculum design and development (including online)
- Scholarship of teaching and learning
- Teaching grant and award applications
- Resources for learning and teaching
- Innovative pedagogies
- Peer evaluation of teaching
- First year teaching
- Post graduate research supervision