What is it?

A framework that provides universities and their academic staff with a practical and flexible guide for clarifying what constitutes quality teaching and how it can be evidenced. Five Western Australian universities led this national project with the explicit aim of recognising the ways in which quality teaching can be identified, supported and ultimately rewarded.

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Why this website?

The primary purpose is to enable dissemination of the outcomes of the project, the framework and documents that support its use. The framework itself provides indicative criteria and performance standards that can be adapted by different institutions to suit their own teaching criteria and standards.

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What does it offer?

Documents that support the use of the framework, including; instructions on the intended use of the framework, explanation of the principles of quality teaching that underpin the framework, useful guides and resources, and tips and strategies for career planning and collecting evidence, as well as external resources and project information.

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