Learning together - towards enhancing the co-creation of education

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Services | D4 Julkaistu kehittämis- tai tutkimusraportti tai -selvitys
Date
2011
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Language
en
Pages
305
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Aalto University publication series CROSSOVER, 6/2011
Abstract
The Aalto University Teaching and Education Evaluation (TEE) was set in motion in spring 2010 and was carried out during the academic year 2010–2011. The purpose was to evaluate the quality of some current practices concerning the planning, management, implementation and development of the Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes, to reflect on their relation and relevance to the best practices elsewhere and to provide feedback and recommendations for future development of the degree programmes. The evaluation focused primarily on educational procedures and practices rather than teaching approaches, individual teachers or the quality of learning results, for instance theses or productions. The Aalto University Teaching and Education Evaluation (TEE) consisted of two stages: a self-evaluation of the degree programmes, and an external evaluation carried out by six School-specific Panels including 41 experts from 11 European countries. Altogether 74 programmes were evaluated in the six Schools of the University. This report summarizes the main observations and recommendations, provides a reflection on the findings and conclusions to go forward, and includes the Panels’ programme-specific reports as well as the outlines of the evaluation project.
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Aalto University, Teaching and Education Evaluation (TEE) process, universities, teaching, education, quality evaluation
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