The Academic Enhancement Model (AEM) and Attainment team creates spaces for open, collaborative discussion to deliver a range of pedagogic initiatives. Working with staff and students we support the implementation of necessary change to curriculum and teaching practice.
A cross-university enhancement approach provides support to courses that fall below 澳门葡京游戏app benchmarked thresholds for student satisfaction, attainment and continuation.
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Our cycle of activity involves the following stages:
- Evidence - review NSS and Attainment data
- Dialogue - strategic discussion with teams to identify priorities
- Collaboration - plan and co-design workshops, events and training
- Action - signpost staff development, joining up with 澳门葡京游戏app attainment network, completing actions
- Reflection – review actions at Programme Committees and Continuous Monitoring meetings
Our story so far
The Academic Enhancement Model was established in January 2018, developing a package of approaches to support course teams’ enhancement work.
Since then, the AEM and Attainment team have worked in partnership with over 420 members of staff and 74 course teams across the University. Collectively this represents 12,107 students, or 82% of the undergraduate population.
CCW AEM Lead email@example.com
LCF AEM Lead firstname.lastname@example.org
CSM AEM Lead email@example.com
AEM Coordinator and CCW Lead firstname.lastname@example.org
Educational Developer: Attainment (Identity and Cultural Experience) email@example.com
LCF AEM Lead firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Emily Salines
LCC AEM Lead email@example.com
Dr Clare Warner
Educational Developer: Attainment (Curriculum and Assessment) firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Danielle Tran
Leads and manages the AEM and Attainment team email@example.com
Please contact individual Colleges for details of their local attainment staff.