Findings from the Teaching Cultures Survey 2022 are now available on the project website here: www.teachingcultures.com/Findings/
The Teaching Cultures Survey 2022 is the second of three cross-sectional surveys designed to capture and track the culture and status of teaching within universities worldwide. The large majority of universities participating in the survey are engaged in systemic changes to academic career pathways and/or the ways in which achievements in university teaching are rewarded. The survey allows them to explore the impact of these structural changes on the experiences and perspectives of their academic communities and compare progress with peer institutions worldwide. This snap-shot report highlights consolidated findings from the 16 universities across eight countries that participated in the Teaching Cultures Survey 2022.
The Advancing Teaching network came together for a two-day meeting on 30th June and 1st July 2022 to discuss shared experiences of improving the evaluation and reward of university teaching and learning. Further details can be found here.
Preparations are now underway for the Teaching Cultures Survey 2022, in which around 25 universities from across the world are expected to participate. The survey responses will be collected between February and May 2022 on the various campuses, with the findings available from July 2022. If any new universities are interested to take part, please get in touch via the survey contacts page.
Two webinars were held in late November 2020: the first webinar focused on institutional change to the reward of teaching, while the second webinar looked at collective or national changes that bring together a group of universities. Further information – including recordings of the webinars, slides from the speakers and a blog from each session – is given here.
Registration is now open for the two upcoming webinars on the reward and recognition of university teaching, which are hosted in collaboration with the Dutch Recognition & Rewards network and the Comenius network:
Monday 23 November 9:30-11:00 am (Central European Time): this webinar will focus on the challenges and opportunities associated with institution-wide change to university career pathways and systems of rewarding teaching. Speakers will include Joe Chicharo (University of Wollongong) and Sam Smidt (UCL).
Friday 27 November 9:30-11:00 am (Central European Time): this webinar It will look at the progress made in collaborative, country-wide changes to university reward systems and the challenges and opportunities associated with national reform, with speakers from three ...