Professional development is a key part of any work, and when it comes to teaching, engaging in continuing professional learning enables us to ensure that we are providing our students with the highest quality learning opportunities that we can.
There are many activities which will support you in your continuing professional learning for teaching, and it is not limited to formal study. The resources and activities linked to here provide information and advice around some of the activities which are managed by or supported by TILT.
The University will be transitioning to a new capability framework which is to be launched in 2020. Information about the Teaching Performance Expectations is provided for reference during this transition period.
University of Tasmania staff are able to gain external recognition for quality and innovation in their teaching practice through Advance HE's fellowship program. The University of Tasmania remains in partnership with Advance HE as an Access member from 2020.
Find out more on the UK Professional Standards page.
Teaching Matters is the major showcase for learning and teaching at the University of Tasmania. This annual conference provides an excellent opportunity to discuss teaching practice, recognise success in teaching and learning, showcase innovations and engender enthusiasm for excellence in learning and teaching.
Find out more on the Teaching Matters website.
QM is designed to provide staff with professional development in quality unit design and to improve the student experience of online and blended learning. QM is also a peer review framework which is intended to validate and improve your unit design.
Go to the Quality Matters page for more information.
The Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching (TILT) offers support for the development of teaching award applications.
Click on the heading to access the integrated approach to reward, recognise and develop staff contributions to learning and teaching.