TUM: Agenda Lehre is TUM's project to improve teaching and study conditions, funded by the German federal-state program Qualitätspakt Lehre ("Quality Pact for Teaching").
It fits into TUM's overall strategic concept for excellent teaching. It is based on four key areas of action: structures and processes, individualization, personnel development, and motivation systems. This strategic orientation of teaching and learning at TUM is being continuously developed and rolled out in the TUM: Agenda Lehre project.
In the second funding period, the measures from the first funding period are to be further developed with regard to current challenges. In particular, emphasis will be placed on taking into account the increasing internationalization of studies and teaching as a cross-cutting task:
- Expansion of communication
- Improvement of motivation systems for good teaching
- Further development/flexibilization of the portfolio of degree programs offered by TUM
- Optimization of degree program management
- Optimization of the range of services
- Improvement of the framework conditions for internationalization and mobility
In all departments and schools, academic programs office directors ensure the implementation of Bologna-compliant processes in degree program management, evaluation, and degree program development.
The central examination management at all of TUM's locations ensures optimal coordination of examination dates.
Innovative study forms and study time models enable students to flexibly and individually design their studies through modular studies.
Diverse orientation offers provide multi-layered and interdisciplinary impulses for choosing the "right" degree program.
By filling W2 professorships, new young scientists were specifically promoted within the framework of the staged career system TUM Faculty Tenure Track.
This not only creates additional teaching capacity, but also space for new ideas for teaching concepts.
The expertise of international professors ensures insight into a different teaching culture and brings further perspectives to research-oriented teaching.
The expansion of the ProLehre program creates continuing education programs in higher education specifically for the target groups of professors, especially newly appointed and tenure-track professors, postdoctoral researchers and postdocs.
The professors' program implements new forms of course, continuing education and consulting offerings.
Many course, training, and consultation opportunities in the social and psychological fields are available for the continuing education of academic advisors.
Research assistants teaching in English are offered one-to-one coaching, writing clinics, and group seminars.
The awarding of teaching prizes promotes innovative teaching, learning, examination and supervision formats, for the implementation of which resources are made available, thereby increasing the overall acceptance of achievements in teaching.
Commitment to teaching is honored regularly in a public setting.