- Assessment and feedback
- Internationalisation of the curriculum and global citizenship
- Key skills and PPD
- Large-group teaching
- Object-based learning
- Peer-assisted learning
- Peer observation of teaching
- Personal tutoring
- Problem-based learning
- Research-based learning
- Small-group teaching
- Teaching administration
Teaching administration case studies
Below are some examples of people doing great administrative work to support teaching at UCL.
Step-by-step, Michelle Tinsley and Jemma Leahy explain how the MSc Management programme made the switch from paper coursework to Moodle and Turnitin More...
Published: Mar 19, 2014 5:24:28 PM
Professor Andrew Eder and Ruth Glover of the Eastman Dental Institute discuss how they developed a range of ‘podcourses’ to enable dental care professionals to fulfil mandatory CPD requirements in bite-sized chunks. More...
Published: Sep 10, 2013 5:06:29 PM
Stefanie Anyadi, Sam Green and Kevin Tang discuss how PeerWise fared when it was piloted on a Linguistics module. More...
Published: Aug 7, 2013 4:19:57 PM
The Department of Chemistry's Dr Andrew Wills explains the automated systems he's set up in order to ease the administrative workload. More...
Published: Aug 6, 2013 4:38:48 PM
The Digital Department project, funded by JISC, the Vice-Provost (Education) and ISD, is collating information on processes and systems used by teaching administrators (TAs), particularly those aspects of the TA role that impact on the student learning experience. More...
Published: Aug 6, 2013 3:32:00 PM
- Please note that the case studies section of the Teaching and Learning Portal is a continually evolving resource. If you or your colleagues are involved in great projects or practices that others might be able to take inspiration from, please get in touch by emailing email@example.com
- If you would like to connect with others involved in teaching administration, join the Teaching Administrators' Forum on Moodle
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