What is TLQC?
The Teaching and Learning Quality Committee (TLQC) is a committee that reviews and aims to enhance the teaching and learning quality of undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
What does TLQC do?
- We conduct various course reviews, such as when a course undergoes modification, or when a course scores below 60 on SETL
- We assign a TLQC representative who works with course coordinators helping to enhance courses
- We conduct a Staff-Student Consultative Committee (SSCC) twice a year to listen and discuss student views of courses
- We compile reports and responses to External Examiners, the University Grants Committee, and to the university in response to the Student Learning Experience Questionnaire (SLEQ)
- We disseminate teaching and learning quality information to students and staff of CAES through forums
- We make recommendations to the CAES Programme Coordinators Committee (PCC) and to staff based on the various feedback collected (SETL, SSCC, SLEQ and our own Course Quality Questinnaire)
How do we work?
We see our role as facilitating dialogue between various communities of practice within teaching and learning. We value student input into courses and strive to build partnerships between staff and students.