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Teaching and learning evaluation exercise, TEE2020

The target of TEE2020 is to make visible and evaluate the achievements in education during the 10 Aalto years.
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TEE2020 is part of Aalto’s evaluation continuum in which the previous more comprehensive education evaluation was conducted in 2011.

TEE2020 serves as a means for supporting the strategic development of education at all degree levels, with a focus on:

  • Programme (portfolio) management including capability in anticipating the future of work and knowledge requirements
  • Competence accumulation in the degree programmes
  • Ways of implementing multidisciplinarity in education
  • Fluency in studies

TEE2020 observations will be taken into account in the curricula revision for 2022–2024.

TEE2020 will kick off at the beginning of 2020 with a self-assessment of all the degree programmes at Aalto University.

The following steps in the evaluation process consist of programme peer reviews, a stakeholder review and finally an international review including a site visit of an international evaluation panel at Aalto University.

The operational head of the project is Heidi Rontu, and the steering group of the project is Learning Steering Group (LESG).

For more information please contact:

Heidi Rontu, PhD, Docent
Head of Education Development Ventures, Learning services
[email protected],. +358 50 307 7875

Teaching and learning evaluation exercise – TEE

The target of TEE 2020 is to identify needs for future development in education at Aalto, and make visible and evaluate the achievements during the 10 Aalto years.

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