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Making a splash Towards targeted and impactful academic development provision to support teaching excellence

Presented by Annie Bryan & Louise Wilson

PedRIO conference 2018, Plymouth

> Introduce yourselves...role and motivation

Overview

Our journey so far- targeted and impactful academic development

Cross-institutional dialogue, ideas, experiences

Ways to facilitate and support effective CPD going forward

Going inland: the Coventry context

Aims:

  • Maximise quality of student learning experiences
  • Develop graduates of the future
  • Strengthen academic staff capability

...through sharing, enhancing and evidencing teaching excellence

OUR JOURNEY SO FAR...

Drivers for change

SHARED DIALOGUE

Over to you!

Padlet: tinyurl.com/yarf6g7a

Where we are now

  • CPD programme for academic staff development (for each semester)
  • Draft University CPD framework to enable individual and bespoke delivery
  • Transforming design and delivery- mobile, online, accessible (upskilling)
  • Shared practice and expertise- case studies; faculty learning communities
  • Continuing to strengthen the provision and improve evaluation through practice-based research

Where next?

> How might we strengthen CPD provision to support teaching excellence?

> How might this be evaluated effectively?

Setting sail...

Thank you for your participation!

annie.bryan@coventry.ac.uk

louise.wilson@coventry.ac.uk

https://acdev.orgdev.coventry.domains/

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