The scholarly teacher makes a significant contribution to pedagogical knowledge by engaging with a scholarly approach to their teaching practice and contributing to the scholarly research literature. Successful candidates would influence educational practice as well as educational knowledge. Scholarly teachers are grounded in a student-centred perspective and share their findings with institutional colleagues, promoting communities of practice around their educational research
In addition to the achievements demonstrated by a skilled and collegial teacher, the scholarly teacher is distinguished by their contribution to and application of pedagogical knowledge, through meeting some or all of the following criteria:
In addition to students taught and tutored and peer academics, the communities influenced by the scholarly teacher include the institutional, national and international pedagogical communities within their disciplinary area and/or specific pedagogical fields of interest.
Teaching achievement would be demonstrated by the candidate’s impact on the pedagogical knowledge within and beyond their own institution, including its influence on teaching practice.
Career Framework for University Teaching, 2018