A description of the candidate’s professional activities in teaching and learning, providing insight into the nature, volume and range of contributions made, as well as their particular areas of interest and/or expertise
Outlined below are examples of professional activities that could be described in an appointment/ promotion case, for each of the framework levels. Broadly speaking, professional activities at the effective and skilled and collegial teacher levels typically provide evidence of the nature and scale of the candidate’s teaching responsibilities as well as their pedagogical training history. With progression beyond these levels, professional activities can also provide evidence of a candidate’s broader educational influence and esteem.
In addition to the types of activities expected of the effective teacher, the professional activities of a skilled and collegial teacher would also characterise their contribution to supporting a culture of teaching excellence within and beyond their school.
In addition to the types of activities expected of the skilled and collegial teacher, the candidate’s professional activities would describe their contributions to building knowledge in teaching and learning beyond their institution, demonstrating esteem, influence and/or particular interests or skills.
In addition to the types of professional activities expected of the scholarly teacher and/or the institutional leader in teaching and learning, the candidate would provide details of activities and roles that imply national and/or international influence and status.
Career Framework for University Teaching, 2018