Curriculum Transformation Phases 2 and 3: information, guidance, and resources to support detailed course and unit development A large number of Departments across the University have started Phase 2 and 3 Curriculum Transformation activity, working hard towards making their newly refreshed
This page outlines a suggested approach to Phase 2 and 3 activity; an evidence-based, and sustainable approach to course development, with teaching and learning at the heart of design thinking.
This page provides guidance and resources to support Course Development Teams in their Phase 2 and 3 activity.
We support the design of inclusive curricula in which all students can develop a sense of belonging, purpose, and identity.
Find all you need to know about Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) on this page. You’ll also find resources to help you write your course and unit level ILOs.
How can the Careers Service support you? Your Faculty Careers Adviser can support you as follows: • Reviewing QAA Subject Benchmark Statements to help you identify the core employability elements of knowledge, attributes and skills in your subject area. •
Student Services: Wellbeing, Mental Health and other support Which areas of good practice benefit all students? DoS/Personal Tutor guidance – new staff need guidance and support in role as well as increased interaction with these students. Notes in advance. Providing
For the academic year 2018-19, four Student Engagement Ambassadors were employed to ensure that students became genuine partners in the Curriculum Transformation project, as well as in the culture of the university as a whole. Throughout their time they researched,
This page provides examples of different approaches to student engagement activity based on a model developed by the Higher Education Academy and National Union of Students. This provides a useful way to articulate the difference amongst ways to engage with
Student Services: Wellbeing, Mental Health and other specialist support Which areas of good practice benefit all students? DoS/Personal Tutor guidance – new staff need guidance and support in role as well as increased interaction with these students. Notes in advance.