Policy: Knowledge, Pedagogical Skills, and Qualifications requirements for Educators
- The knowledge, pedagogical skills, and qualifications of those who are involved in academic oversight (program, sub-plan, and course convenors) and delivery of ANU-approved curriculum are appropriate for the relevant discipline and for providing excellence in education for the level of the Award being undertaken.
- Doctoral candidates are prioritised where the University’s students are employed as teachers in order to maximise opportunities for development of skills which will enable candidates to be high-quality teachers in their future careers.
- The policy and procedure are consistent with:
- The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF);
- The Higher Education Standards Framework (Threshold Standards);
- The University’s Research Awards Rule; and
- The ANU Enterprise Agreement.
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|Title||Knowledge, Pedagogical Skills, and Qualifications requirements for Educators|
|Purpose||To set out the University's policy in relation to qualification requirements for teaching and supervisory staff.|
|Audience||Staff-Academic, Prospective Staff|
|Topic/ SubTopic||Staff - Performance Expectations|
|Effective Date||1 Feb 2023|
|Next Review Date||31 Jan 2028|
|Responsible Officer:||Registrar, Student Administration|
|Approved By:||Academic Board|
|Contact Area||Division of Student Administration and Academic Services|
Higher Education Standards Framework (Threshold Standards) 2021
Research Awards Rule 2021
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