Teaching at UWL is informed by the University Learning, Teaching and Assessment Strategy, the Assessment and Feedback policy and the UWL Pedagogy. All of these are informed by the University strategy and our Graduate Attributes. You can learn more about engaging students and being effective in the classroom in these pages. In addition you can find out more about how we embed these strategies and policies throughout our curricula by exploring our pages on curriculum design.
Engaging your Students
Good teaching is about engaging your students. You want them to be engaged both inside the classroom and outside.
- Recommended reading for all staff: In at the deep end – starting to teach in higher education
In the Classroom
Read our advice for lectures and seminars, including: using presentation slides, note-making instead of note-taking, and asking questions.
Incorporating TEL (Technology-enhanced Learning)
The effective use of technology can enhance your students’ learning experince. The examples in the 3-E Framework (Engage-Enhance-Empower) will give you ideas to incorporate TEL.