KIITE themes

The Keele Institute for Innovation and Teaching Excellence (KIITE) supports Keele’s Education Vision for 2019-2022, aligning with the University’s strategic aims and objectives.

Our priority work themes include:

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Social Learning

We will design learning that engages students in active and collaborative work, and offers face-to-face and digital spaces of exchange, output and legacy. We are committed to education that reaches out to external contexts of employment, exploration and impact: a Civic Curriculum.

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Flexible Learning

We will build inclusive, challenging programmes with diverse assessments and student outputs. We will allow students to access their learning in many formats, offering degree apprenticeships, digital delivery and groundbreaking Postgraduate programmes.

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Elective Pathways

We will design elective pathways that stretch students’ minds, and build proficiencies and skills for the future societal challenges. Pathways will include Digital Futures, Sustainable Worlds and The Enterprising Mind, and these pathways will be laboratories for innovative assessment design.

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Engaged and Supported Students

We are committed to using learning and engagement analytics to understand and enhance student engagement. This is part of our commitment to embedding wellbeing in the curriculum. We will develop a suite of content capture technologies to enrich the learning resources our students access.