Professional development for quality
enhancement of learning and teaching

scene from recent TTT meeting

TTT Report
TTT Project final report [PDF 1.53MB]


Please be mindful that the current site and content are still in development stage.

The resources on this website will enable me to ...

  • Build my professional capacity as a transnational teacher
  • Build a sense of belonging and collaboration amongst the members of my transnational teaching team
  • Empower, and enhance the effectiveness of my transnational teaching team
  • Ensure that assessment across sites is fair and relevant to transnational students
  • Develop curricula that will offer an international experience and build student collaboration across sites.

Transnational Teaching Teams: professional development for quality enhancement of learning and teaching, is funded by the Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT). There are four partner Universities involved from Australia, Malaysia and Vietnam.

The project aims to facilitate ongoing dialogue and conversation and build a community of practitioners committed to improving teaching and learning practices in transnational higher education.

Studies conducted in Australia have identified challenges for transnational teaching teams, often related to differing cultural expectations, inequalities in power relations and ensuring quality standards across partner institutions. This project contributes to addressing these challenges by piloting teaching and learning professional practice development with transnational teaching teams.

The project has developed, implemented and evaluated a peer-reviewed framework, curriculum, resources toolbox and pedagogical processes. These professional practice development processes are collaboratively designed and negotiated, discipline-specific, practice-based and involve teams engaging and learning together in their daily work context.

This website shares the professional practice development processes and resources toolbox so that they can be adapted by other institutions to fit their context.