Publications and documents to support the implementation of the Framework and provide further information about its design and development
Further resources from the wider Advancing Teaching initiative, including videos and reports, are available below:
This document presents the Framework for use by academics seeking appointment, professional development and/or promotion. It can also be used by managers reviewing or evaluating appointment/appraisal/promotion cases. The document is structured around the three key questions that underpin each level of the Framework:
Aimed at universities considering making changes to the way they recognise and reward teaching achievement, the Roadmap for Change is designed to help institutions avoid the pitfalls commonly associated with such reforms and to optimise the chances of a successful and sustainable change.
The Roadmap offers insight into how the process of reform might be planned and implemented. It draws on the experiences of universities that have engaged in changing institutional support and reward systems for teaching achievement, and is informed by in-depth interviews with individuals who played a key role in designing and delivering institutional reform at these universities. Based on these expert views, the Roadmap identifies strategies associated with successful changes to university systems for recognising and rewarding teaching.
This summary document is aimed at senior university managers with an interest in adopting the Framework within their institutions. It addresses the following questions:
Published in April 2018, the report provides background information on the Career Framework for University Teaching: how and why it was developed, and how it has been applied in practice. It describes the 15 university partners that have provided feedback on the Framework and case studies from how it has been used to inform change at universities from across the world.
The two reports provide further information the Framework's development:
Career Framework for University Teaching, 2020