The Teaching Engagement Scale (TES) is a system that is designed with the educator or lecturer at the heart of it.

It was created to assist a lecturer's teaching development by collecting feedback from 4 key stakeholders. This feedback is collated into multi-faceted reports that identify strengths, as well as growth areas, which can be supported by further training and development.

Who are the key stakeholders?

The TES collates 360° teaching and learning feedback on a lecturer's teaching from these key stakeholders:

  • Students: People who participate in their teaching
  • Peer & Superior: People who know something about them and their work
  • Self: Their own views of their teaching and preparation

The TES system then generates several reports, including the TES Scorecard, using these four viewpoints, meaning that a lecturer's teaching will be considered from more than one viewpoint.