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11
Jul

June was an eventful month in UK higher education, bringing some spirited discussions around perceptions of quality and the elusive ‘student experience’. Although the 2016 National Student Survey shows that 86% of the 2 million students at UK universities are happy with their courses, the results of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) stirred up controversy […]

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21
Jun

Sabeha assumed that higher education would be an introvert’s paradise. An ideal learning environment for people, like her, who enjoy listening to lectures, contemplating problems and discovering new ideas. She imagined long afternoons spent in the silence of the library. It would be a celebration of the internal world involving independent study, quiet research and […]

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14
Jun

Now that the metrics that sit at the heart of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) have been legislated onto the ‘naughty step’ of an ‘independent expert’; most likely the Office for National Statistics, should we brace ourselves for the end of TEF? Or merely the start of a renewed search for new proxies for excellence […]

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