Overview

How to develop your teaching

An overview of how to develop your teaching and what support is offered at Edinburgh for the different ways in which to do so.

How to develop your teaching

Collecting feedback on your teaching

Practical suggestions on how you can collect feedback on your teaching.

Collecting feedback on your teaching

Reflecting on your teaching

Links to Learn materials and others that help you think about improving teaching.

Reflecting on your teaching

Discussing your teaching with others

Information about local support in Schools and IAD office hours for tutors and demonstrators.

Discussing your teaching with others

Recording your teaching experiences

What aspects of your teaching might you write about, and how would you do this? Pointers to courses and resources including a framework of specific questions (‘The Teaching Log’) available in Pebblepad (the University’s e-portfolio).

Recording your teaching experiences

Introduction to Academic Practice

About the Introduction to Academic Practice course, a Higher Education Academy accredited course.

Introduction to Academic Practice

Principal’s Career Development Scholars (PCDS)

If you hold a Principal’s Career Development Scholarship (teaching), find out about options to develop your teaching, and what IAD support you may be able to access.

Principal’s Career Development Scholars - teaching

Higher Education Academy direct applicants

Support the IAD organises for you if you are considering making a direct application to the Higher Education Academy for formal recognition of your teaching experiences.

Higher Education Academy direct applicants

PgCert Academic Practice: eligibility

About the PgCert Academic Practice and who is eligible to participate in this programme.

PgCert Academic Practice: eligibility

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