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TEE 2020 -evaluation: the deadline for the degree programme self-evaluation has been postponed till 31 May, 2020

The aim is to give more time for the self-evaluation in this new situation.
Students in the Aalto University Learning Centre / photo by Unto Rautio

TEE 2020 -evaluation: the deadline for the degree programme self-evaluation has been postponed till 31 May, 2020. The aim is to give more time for the self-evaluation in this new situation which is requiring a lot of work and engagement in developing and implementing alternative teaching and learning methods in the courses.  

TEE 2020 programme self-evaluation is followed by peer evaluation of the programmes. The schedule of the peer evaluation has similarly been adjusted to stretch from May to September 2020. The peer evaluation can be conducted digitally, if needed. The peer evaluation is supported by external facilitation. The facilitation will schedule and coordinate the evaluation, and also produce the summary of the peer evaluation. More information about the peer evaluation is due in April.

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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