Teaching and Supporting Learning in Higher Education (TSLHE)

TSLHE has been developed particularly for staff who have specific teaching responsibilities, such as researchers or staff who support student learning and teaching development.

Delivered in conjunction with the PGCAP programme, the module involves the integration of learning in multi-disciplinary and interactive workshops with reflection upon the experience of work-based practice. Academic supervisory support is provided to all participants throughout.

TSLHE is intended to be completed part-time over one year. In addition to the award of Masters-level credit, TSLHE is accredited by the Higher Education Academy. This means individuals who successfully complete the programme will secure professional recognition as an Associate Fellow of the HEA.

Application process

Application process

You will need to submit an application using the form below. Allocation is based upon availability of places, reason for applying and whether the range and scope of your teaching / student support related activity will realistically enable you to complete the programme. Relevant areas of activity for teaching and supporting learning are identified on the application form.

Application deadline: 19 July 2019 (applications received after this date will be considered if places remain available)

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Key dates

Key dates

The TSLHE course comprises four compulsory day-long workshops timetabled out of term-time and seminars which are delivered within term-time.

The day-long workshops for 2019/2020 will be delivered on:

Introduction, Student Support & Learning Design (2 full days) 12-13 September 2019 or 16-17 September 2019
Teaching Practice (1 full day) 9 December 2019 or 7 January 2020
Assessment & Feedback (1 full day) 10 December 2019 or 8 January 2020

It is important that you be able to attend one of the options for each thematic workshop. You can indicate your preference on the application form.

Who to contact

Academic Practice Team

Duncan Jackson
Head of Academic Practice
duncan.jackson@york.ac.uk

Maeve Pearson
Senior Academic Practice Adviser
maeve.pearson@york.ac.uk

Phil Robinson-Self
Academic Practice Adviser
phil.robinson-self@york.ac.uk

Administration email
academic-practice@york.ac.uk