The procedures below replace the former College requirements for the completion of CASLAT. Procedures are summarised below for both new lecturers and lecturers who have undertaken some teacher training under the CASLAT programme.
The collated information of workshops and peer observations will be used as evidence of fulfilment of the teacher training requirements. A mid-probation review will be undertaken during year 2 of probation. This will involve the Academic Adviser and Director of Undergraduate Studies.
The Faculty of Engineering teacher training requirements for probationary lecturers (3-year probationary period) are as follows:
1. The attendance of three one-day workshops run by the Educational Development Unit (EDU):
- Introduction to Teaching and Learning
- Introduction to Supervising PhD Students at Imperial
- Introduction to Personal Tutoring at Imperial
The workshops are run several times a year.
2. The attendance of a half-day Faculty of Engineering workshop on Engineering Education (two workshops run annually)
3. Peer observations:
|Observations details||Guidance and forms|
|The observation of the teaching of at least two peers with documented follow-up meetings for reflection on the learning and development outcomes.
In addition to the above observations (usually carried out with peers from the same department), probationary lecturers are encouraged to observe teaching from outside their department. The individuals listed in the adjacent file have been nominated by their DUGS as outstanding teachers and may be approached for observation.
Faculty of Engineering observation list- 2015
|Forms 1, 3 and 3b|
|The probationer to be observed at least twice by their peers, with documented follow-up meetings for reflection on the learning and development outcomes.||Forms 1, 2, 3 and 3a|
You can book a place on one of the EDU workshops through the Educational development Unit website.
To book a place on the Faculty of Engineering workshop please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The next workshop is on Wednesday 6 December 2017, from 14.00 until 17.00.