Subject-level TEF ‘may mislead students’
Bundling of subjects under pilot for future phase of teaching excellence framework may ignore diversity and complexity of many disciplines, says engineering body
Nothing either good or bad, but TEF can make it so | Wonkhe
Are learning gain and student engagement the future of TEF? David Morris looks at HEFCE's work on learning gain, and the second year of HEA's UK Engagement Survey.
TEF 2017: in-depth analysis of the results
Simon Baker explores the mechanics of the teaching excellence framework to determine if it was fair, if universities will attempt to game it, if it will win public favour and if it will change in future iterations
TEF 1, TEF 2 and a complex game of snakes and ladders | Wonkhe
From TEF 1 to TEF 2, the exercise has increasingly resembled a game of snakes and ladders with providers moving in, out, up, down. Hampered by poor data, we do our best to understand what's going on.
University Governance. With a Capital G. | Wonkhe
Governance (with a capital ‘G’) remains one of the big issues facing universities and it has to have more prominence. If we fail to focus more efforts in this area then the possibility of new fractures will grow.