What is the Teaching and Learning Strategy of PSU?
The Teaching and Learning Strategy (TLS) is supported and guided by the mission of Prince Sultan University, which is: “Prince Sultan University aims to provide the Middle East with a quality education to the highest international standards. In its efforts towards a successful and responsible life-long learning, PSU integrates modern technology, pedagogy, and human values for the advancement of scientific research, productivity, and leadership towards a more meaningful social life. PSU is committed to the effective management of institutional resources to optimize its multiple roles as a catalyst for new learning opportunities, national and international partnerships, continuous studies, professional growth, community service, and diversity in educational horizons for the good of humanity.” The goal of the Teaching and Learning Strategy is to reflect the University’s mission and core values. It also aims to reflect PSU’s strive for excellence in teaching and learning. This strategy seeks to ensure the quality of teaching offered at PSU, to continuously enhance it, and to amend it where appropriate. This should lead to enhancing the students’ satisfaction and overall experience. The strategy will be implemented by the Teaching and Learning Center, which reports directly to the Vice Rector of Quality Assurance. The strategy will be periodically reviewed and, if needed, updated by the Teaching and Learning Center. Aims of the University Teaching and Learning Strategy:
- To provide students with adequate and effective mechanisms for enhancing student learning. This will be achieved by meeting the needs and interests of the learners and by ensuring excellence
- To periodically review the University’s teaching and learning policies and regulations to ensure that they achieve the intended goals.
- To periodically review the University’s teaching, learning, and assessment activities to ensure its suitability to achieve its goals.
- To provide faculty members and staff with collegial support through providing different professional development opportunities, and through supporting innovative practices.
What is the vision statement of the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC)?
What is the mission statement of the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC)?
What are the normal timings of TLC workshops and seminars?
Where is the location of TLC events?
Is there any fixed time to visit TLC for any query and decision?
How can I get information for any TLC workshop and training?
Can I request for a workshop on a specific topic?
Is there any deadline to apply?
In the case of a late session, will the bus service be provided for residencies offered by PSU?
Do I need to bring any material or hardware (Laptop) for TLC events?
Is there any benefit to attending the TLC events?
Are there any fees for the PSU community to attend TLC events?
How can I register for TLC events?
What is the definition of Professional Development at PSU?
How many hours of PD are required in an academic year?
Where can I upload my record of professional development (PD)?
When should I upload my information for professional development (PD)?
How can I be involved with professional development and the TLC?
Does the TLC have an office to contact?
Are new faculty members required to attend the Course Design Institute offered by the TLC?
What do I need to know about designing a course at PSU?
What do I need to know about learning outcomes and assessing them?
What is required for the program learning outcome assessment and course learning outcome assessment?
What kind of support for curriculum design is provided by the TLC?
Am I eligible to submit for the Teaching Award?
When do you announce the Teaching Award Winners across the colleges and the Rector’s distinguished teaching award?