A new study finds that students drive innovative teaching, but in the teeth of different challenges.
Measuring student outcomes and ‘Learning Gain’ is central to the future assessment of teaching. While they offer no silver bullet, a series of projects are forging a way ahead.
Technology has the potential to radically reshape teaching and learning, but the different circumstances of each institution, discipline, and student must be recognised.
Understanding how students benefit from their studies beyond their qualification has never been more important. But student experiences differ, which means we need a carefully tested and contextual approach.
According to a new study, universities from all mission groups are interested in adopting a more market-led approach to managing the core business of taught undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. What’s driving this change and what are the potential benefits?
We know that technology has the potential to transform student learning and that technology-enhanced learning is a key part of modern UK higher education.
Those were the questions under discussion at the recent Modern Government event where I contributed on behalf of HEFCE, alongside a range of learning and teaching leaders and practitioners.