Baroness Garden of Frognal
Graeme Rosenberg, Head of TEF, Office for Students
Our confirmed expert speakers include:
Gerard McAlea, Head of TEF Policy, Department for Education
Dr Ruth Ayres, Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Teaching, Learning & Academic Governance, University of Derby
Rachel Hewitt, Director of Policy and Advocacy, Higher Education Policy Institute
Professor Shan Wareing, Chief Operating Officer & Deputy Vice Chancellor, London South Bank University
Sal Jarvis, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Education and Student Experience, University of Hertfordshire
Professor Alan Murray, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Falmouth University
Professor Mark O’Thomas, Pro Vice-Chancellor, University of Greenwich
Prof Jackie Labbe, Pro Vice Chancellor, De Montfort University
Dr Amanda French, Head of Department for Professional Development, Research and Enterprise, Birmingham City School of Education and Social Work
Attend Westminster Insight’s Reviewing Teaching Excellence Framework Forum to understand clarifying metrics, data, and best practices to ensure positive TEF ratings.
Less than 2 months ago, the Government confirmed that plans to extend TEF to subject-level have moved a step closer, meaning individual subjects will also be rated with a gold, silver or bronze rating.
Universities UK estimated that entering Year 2 of the TEF cost the 134 universities who participated £4 million. The burden is likely to increase, regardless of whichever model of subject-level assessment is selected.
Our forum will explore the architecture of TEF, confirm what LEO data does and doesn’t disclose and review whether assessing at subject-level will put certain degrees at risk.
You will hear from Goldpreparation techniques and best initiatives that have really made a difference. You will also learn how to maximise student engagement, success and satisfaction.