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Higher Education Best Practices - Teaching & Learning

Higher Education Best Practices - Teaching & Learning | technologies | Scoop.it
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The National Education Association (NEA), is the USA's largest professional employee organization, which is committed to advancing the cause of public education.
Their website has a wide range of content, including this Higher Education Best Practices - Teaching & Learning Section.
A site well worth a closer look by practitioners here in the UK

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SusTEACH Planning Tool

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This SusTEACH Toolkit resource for lecturers and senior managers in Higher Education will be refined and developed further during the next few months.

 

The Toolkit includes a number or resources as well as the following tools:

- The SusTEACH Planning Tool – an online tool which helps lecturers and academic designers to rate their teaching delivery plan and produces personalised feedback on the likely environmental impacts associated with this plan.

- The SusTEACH Modelling Tool – an operational tool (Excel based) for lecturers and senior managers which permits the modelling of one or several courses/modules to estimate the energy impacts associated with different HE teaching methods within a qualification programme.

 

The SusTEACH carbon calculator will soon be available to help students and lecturers to calculate the energy impacts associated with their teaching and learning.

 

It is hoped that the tools will be used in Higher Education to integrate with teaching and learning initiatives, and to support the sustainability agenda.

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Unistats

A new web-site that features a standardised set of data called the Key Information Set (KIS).

 

The completely revised Unistats web-site provides extensive information for over 31,000 courses in the UK, including...
- student satisfaction ratings,
- graduate salaries and employment,
- tuition fees and
- financial support, and
- the cost of accommodation.

 

The new KIS data have been collated after consulting students about the information they find most useful when they are choosing higher education courses.

 

The data for each course link directly to the relevant course webpage, which provides more detail on what the course contains and how it will be taught.

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