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Teaching and Learning Enhancement Projects award winners 2020

Teaching and Learning awards

The Centre for Quality Support and Development is delighted to announce the winners of this year's University Teaching and Learning Enhancement Projects (TLEP) awards scheme.

The TLEP scheme offers 'start-up' funding of up to £2,500 to encourage and enable staff involved in teaching and/or supporting teaching and learning to experiment and/or develop practice, based on the belief that small projects can be significant catalysts for enhancement and improvement.

This year, which has once again been very competitive, eight awards of up to £2,500 each were granted to the following projects:

Lead Applicant


Project Title

Tania Lyden

Careers & Employability

Beyond the module: regularly refocusing students to life after their degree

Daniel James

Institute of Education

STEM skills development in primary teachers

Sarah Greenwood/ Richard Perry

School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy

Nearly Naked Videos - Reusable Learning Objects for Mastery of Patient Examination Skills

Jane Setter/ Emma Mayhew

School of Literature and Languages/ School of Politics, Economics and International Relations

Enhancing the communication of progression and degree classification rules to students

Anna Tsakalaki

Institute of Education

Cross-curricular collaboration for diversity and inclusion for trainee primary school teachers on the BA in Education

Hong Yang

School of Archaeology, Geography & Environmental Science

Embedding Employability through Project-based Learning in Environmental Science and Geography

Rachel McCrindle/Amanda Callaghan

School of Biological Sciences

iApply - an iSpy Inspired Interactive App for Biomedical Engineering and Conservation Careers

Liz Wilding


Production of a TEEP Learner Familiarisation Package

Please join us in congratulating the winners! We look forward to hearing more about these projects as they run in 2020/21.

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