The SLL T&L working parties are going to be a significant feature in the school in the coming years. Each working party is intended to run for a year and will focus on addressing a specific, manageable issue, with tangible and measurable results by the end of the academic year. Being part of a working party is not an onerous task, but it is important to our development, particularly in the light of the Curriculum Framework. If you would like to be a member of one of the working parties outlined here, please get in touch with the leader. If you have an idea for a future working party, please get in touch with Cindy on email@example.com.
SLL T&L Projects are designed to run over 2-3 years and are intended to build on our existing good practice whilst exploring new ways to produce an excellent learning experience for our students. In 2017-18 we have two projects underway, one focusing on our students (looking at the PAL and STAR schemes) and one supporting our own professional development (enhancing our peer review scheme). In 2018-19 we plan to introduce a third SLL T&L project, considering the highly topical issue of assessment and feedback. If you would like to suggest a topic for an SLL T&L project, do get in touch with Cindy on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We recognise that funding is important if we are to continue to innovate and consolidate our success. In this section of the site we will be sharing the impact of funding, and also letting you know about T&L funding opportunities across the university and beyond.
We are proud of the teaching and learning that takes place in the School of Literature and Languages, so we plan to use this website to showcase some of our exciting work.