Teaching, Learning & Scholarship, Graduate Diploma
1 Year Part- Time
Deadline for applications: 31st May 2019
This programme, resulting from an extensive programme review of the Specialist Diploma in Teaching, Learning and Scholarship, has been developed in response to the proposed framework for mapping professional development in higher education from the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning, and the Centre for Teaching and Learning's commitment in 2.1.2 of Engaged Learning: Strategy for Teaching, Learning and Assessment. In order to meet this strategic aim, an exit point is offered at 21 credits with the award of CERTIFICATE IN TEACHING LEARNING AND SCHOLARSHIP.
This programme will provide high-level, scholarly, practice-based professional development for faculty to ensure competence in the areas of teaching, learning and scholarship within their professional contexts. It will equip them with a range of skills, competencies, insights and capacities, which will ensure that they will bring the highest quality teaching and learning experiences to the students that they teach, while also managing and progressing their own scholarly careers.
Programme Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this programme, participants will be able to:
Be proactive in designing learning opportunities for students and innovative in the delivery of same based on an awareness and experience of the key pillars of their academic role.
TL5131, PLANNING FOR TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT: Tuesday 27th August TO Friday 30th August 2019
TL5101, BLENDED LEARNING: Friday 30th August, 2019
TL5111, CONTEMPORY LEARNING THEORY, REFLECTIVE PRACTICE AND PEER OBSERVATION IN HIGHTER EDUCATION 1: Thursday 26th AND Friday 27th September, 2019
TL5091, PREPARING AN EFFECTIVE RESEARCH, WRITING AND PUBLICATION STRATEGY: Thursday 17th and Friday 18th October, 2019
For Further information Contact:
Dr. Ide O'Sullivan
Senior Educational Developer
Course Direct, Graduate Diploma/MA in Teaching, Learning and Scholarships,
Centre for Teaching and Learning
CS1-029, University of Limerick