Academic Enhancement Model
The Academic Enhancement Model (AEM) is a cross-university enhancement approach (led by the AEM and Attainment Team in the Learning, Teaching and Employability Exchange) that provides support to courses that fall below UAL benchmarked thresholds for student satisfaction, attainment and continuation.
AEM is aligned to College-based enhancement work and processes to avoid duplication and to target resources effectively.
In 2021-22, courses which are part of AEM will focus on one of three strands:
· Fostering Belonging and Compassionate Pedagogy
· Decolonising Curriculum and Pedagogies
· Enhancing Assessment for Equity
Read more about AEM, learn more about the three strands, and access resources to enhance teaching, learning and attainment on the AEM and attainment team webpage and the AEM and attainment resources page.
For more information about AEM at LCC and any of the AEM strands for 21-22 please contact the LCC AEM Lead, Dr Emily Salines (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will be happy to help.