- continuing education for staff - inclusivity, peer tutoring
- group work - inclusivity, diversity of learners
- curriculum development, teacher identity
- leveling and assessment - values and pedagogy
- peer tutoring - inclusive staff, academic advisors
Continuing education for staff – inclusivity, peer tutoring
1. How to get staff motivated in developing their (pedagogical) competence and their own work? Are people ready to change their work and working methods, and how to support the motivation for change?
2. How does the university support implementing new working methods and creating new teaching cultures (for example salary, technical systems or arrangements etc.)?
3. Is there an obligatory pedagogical course or studies in Coventry University that new university teachers should participate and if there is, what does this contain and how is it organized? (organized by Coventry University)
4. University teachers’ pedagogical competence: does Coventry University require pedagogical studies from the university teachers?
Group work – inclusivity, diversity of learners
5. What kind of operations and practices has Coventry University created to be able to operate in such a multicultural and inclusive environment, including both students and staff?
Curriculum development (and continuing education), teacher identity
6. How does the curriculum define the work of university teachers?
7. Describe the background and implementing the process of curriculum work in Coventry University in general?
8. How do you define participatory pedagogy and does Coventry University support this (and if it does, in what ways)?
Leveling and assessment – values and pedagogy
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Peer tutoring – inclusive staff, academic advisors
10. What kind of peer tutoring practices and models for teachers do you have in Coventry University?