A record of units taught, and learning and teaching materials developed (include details such as class size, teaching mode, unit notes, evidence of resource design such as student workbooks, problem sheets, textbooks, online resources, assessment tasks, examples of innovation in teaching and assessment).
Examples of student work
Exemplars of student work that demonstrates student achievement as a result of their learning. Permission should be sought when using student work.
Peer observation and review of teaching (PORT)
Records of receiving and providing feedback to peers on aspects of teaching including curriculum, assessments, learning resources, student engagement and so on. This may be part of a formal or informal PORT arrangement. See PORT.
Records of time spent reflecting on feedback and developing actions as a result, for example logs of responses to SELT feedback, or evaluation of unit reports which show strategies adopted to improve units/teaching. This also includes reflective journals.
Academic and formal education: Records/transcripts of formal educational qualifications
External role as an expert/assessor: Contributions made to external bodies to advance discipline.
Professional development: Document professional development, including courses completed, conferences attended, online professional development, training from your industry/profession, and internal training.
Mentoring: Feedback of participation in mentoring roles, informally and through formal University programs.
Feedback from direct reports/mentored staff: Record of contributions made in supporting the development of academic colleagues.
Formal feedback from members of teaching teams (e.g. clinical teachers, tutors) relating to management.
Feedback from supervisors: Record of performance reviews, and other documents (letter, emails, etc.) from supervisors.
Recognition and leadership
Scholarship of Learning and Teaching: Research publications (books, chapters, journal articles, conference presentations) in the area of learning and teaching.
Invitations to present or facilitate workshops relating to learning and teaching.
Awards, grants, citations and nominations in the area of learning and teaching.
Recognition from university, national and international peers.
Participation and leadership in community (committees, advisory groups, professional bodies, presentations at conferences or forums).
Curriculum development and learning design used or adapted by others.
Innovative assessments adopted by peers/colleagues in teaching practice.
Contribution to policy and procedure development relating to learning and teaching.