Teaching Excellence Program (formerly FET)
(Formerly known as Foundations for Effective Teaching)
The aim of the program is to orient you to the key themes that shape learning and teaching at Monash University.
The program concentrates on important and useful elements of educational practice - across teaching, learning, assessment and feedback and asks you to consider these in relation to your own educational work.
Through this program, you will develop a statement that describes your teaching approach and consider its alignment with the way in which you design active and student-centred learning and assessment.
You will reflect on teaching practice and set the foundation for your ongoing professional learning about teaching.
The Teaching Excellence Program has been designed, so that upon successful completion of this program it can lead to HEA Fellowship (FHEA) with Advance HE.
This program is only offered to academic staff for whom the Teaching Excellence Program (TEP) is a requirement as part of their probation or contractual conditions of the University.
Staff may apply for an alternative pathway to complete the module Teaching Excellence Program (TEP) based on prior completion of an equivalent accredited course at another tertiary institution, undertaken no longer than 10 years ago (e.g. Graduate Certificate of Academic Practice, Graduate Certificate of Higher Education). If you wish to apply for this alternative pathway email the MEA at email@example.com
Upon successful completion of this module, you will be able to:
- Increase your awareness of educational priorities at Monash and their relevance
- Identify and apply knowledge, skills and approaches appropriate for developing teaching practice;
- Critically reflect on teaching practices to examine areas for further development so as to support student learning; and
- Identify and utilise a range of resources to support learning and teaching.
- Task 1: Design for learning and assessment
- Task 2: Feedback for learning
- Task 3: Technology enhanced learning review
- Task 4: Evaluation of practice
- Task 5: Peer reviews of teaching
- Task 6: Critical reflection on teaching practice
It is a prerequisite to complete all six assessment tasks which includes a range of online teaching and learning activities in order to complete the program.
Module Cohort details
The Teaching Excellence Program is 9 months in duration, which includes two mandatory workshops (1 x synchronous and 1 x asynchronous) and two submission deadlines including the above 6 Assessment tasks.
- Commencement and workshop 1: 9:30am - 11:30am, Thursday 29 September 2022
- Workshop 2 (asynchronous): Thursday 24 November 2022
- Assessment tasks 1-3 due: Thursday 2 February 2023
- Assessment tasks 4-6 due and end of program: Thursday 29 June 2023
- Commencement and workshop 1: 9:30am - 11:30am, Tuesday 28 March 2023
- Workshop 2 (asynchronous): Tuesday 30 May 2023
- Assessment tasks 1-3 due: Wednesday 2 August 2023
- Assessment tasks 4-6 due and end of program: Tuesday 9 January 2024
- Commencement and workshop 1: 9:30am - 11:30am, Wednesday 28 June 2023
- Workshop 2 (asynchronous): Wednesday 30 August 2023
- Assessment tasks 1-3 due: Wednesday 25 October 2023
- Assessment tasks 4-6 due and end of program: Thursday 28 March 2024
- Commencement and workshop 1: 9:30am - 11:30am, Thursday 28 September 2023
- Workshop 2 (asynchronous): Thursday 23 November 2023
- Assessment tasks 1-3 due: Thursday 1 February 2024
- Assessment tasks 4-6 due and end of program: Friday 28 June 2024