1. Occasional teachers are defined as individuals who undertake teaching in the University but who are not:
2. The policy below only applies to occasional teachers who:
have main responsibility for teaching all students on a module or a portion of a module amounting to at least 5 credits (e.g. 50% of a 10 credit module).
Schools should, though, still have some means of monitoring the performance of occasional teachers who do not meet these criteria e.g. sporadically observing occasional teachers while engaged in teaching.
In respect of any assessment carried out by occasional teachers, Schools should ensure that:
- they are supervised by a named member of academic staff, and
- they are provided with training appropriate to their role in the assessment process, and
- assessments that contribute to the final module/course mark are moderated by a member of academic staff.
Disability Policy Advisory Unit Guidelines for part-time staff and guest lecturers, external trainers and facilitators.
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