The National Teaching Repository: A Case Study: Sharing effective interventions: Learning from each other so that we can continue to enhance and improve what we do.

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Abstract

This project is part of the 2020 Good Practice Grants, which helped Advance HE members to develop and share innovative practice.

The National Teaching Repository is an open access, online, searchable database for tried and tested strategies and ideas. The idea behind the national teaching repository is to create a central space where anyone with an interest in teaching and learning or supporting developments can view, download and share the very best ideas either to use off the shelf or with some slight adaption to meet their needs as teachers, lecturers or researchers.

It has been designed to have a positive impact on teaching and learning by creating a space that facilitates the strategic implementation of effective interventions that lead to genuine improvements and better outcomes for students.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherAdvance HE
Commissioning bodyAdvanceHE
Number of pages20
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 17 Mar 2022

Keywords

  • Good Practice Grant
  • #OER
  • Report
  • The National Teaching Repository
  • Sharing Practice
  • Teaching and Learning
  • AdvanceHE

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