Open to higher education staff around the world, registration for our Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education is ending on June 30th. This is a part-time, fully online course, and runs from September 2017 to April 2018. The aim of this programme is to equip Higher Education staff with the pedagogical tools that will enable them to document and harness student learning.
The programme addresses the following topics:
- Key theories of teaching, learning and assessment
- Models of curriculum design and development
- Models and techniques of assessment
- Writing Learning Outcomes and integrating them with teaching, learning and assessment
- Models of research and reflection to document teaching and harness student learning.
This programme provides teachers in higher education with an ideal opportunity to learn to research their teaching and look for the evidence of student learning. Also, gaining a qualification in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education shows a professional approach and commitment to the enhancement of student learning and is often used as a criterion for career progression and promotion.
The fee for EU and non EU students is €1800.
Past students of the course have said:
“You are to be congratulated for making such a good programme available online. I would not have been able to pursue the programme if it was not online and I suspect a lot of colleagues are in the same position”.
“The full course has made me be much more aware of my teaching and has allowed me to reflect on the understanding and knowledge that I expect my students to know”
“The various learning tools that we have learned about make for much more interesting and thoughtful classes”.
For further details please visit https://www.ucc.ie/en/ckb02/ or contact the CIRTL team:
- Dr Briony Supple, Lecturer in Learning and Teaching Enhancement, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr Marian McCarthy, Director of the Centre for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning, email@example.com
The team at the Centre for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning
University College Cork, Cork, Ireland