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Our Global Ambitions in Higher Education paper is informed by almost 200 contributions from educational trailblazers within the global Higher Education community.

In our lite version of the 2020 research paper, discover practical ideas on how educators and senior stakeholders can bridge the gaps in achieving their Higher Education teaching, learning and assessment ambitions. 

Our lite Global Ambitions in Higher Education paper:

    • outlines the shared teaching, learning and assessment ambitions,

    • provides a ‘gap analysis’ highlighting the difference between ambition and reality when it comes to supporting practice, and

    • offers unique and practical insight and ideas on how educators can bridge the gaps highlighted by the data.

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Shared Goals & Common Challenges

We know that educators across the globe are working in the most challenging of circumstances right now, and grappling with all kinds of personal and professional challenges to support their teaching, learning and assessment ambitions. 

The top three ambitions highlighted by the research were:

    • scaffolding learning

    • supporting student-centred learning and

    • implementing authentic assessment approaches.

The top most challenging ambitions highlighted by the research were:

    • helping students capture learning in every context

    • balancing data ethics

    • big data.

We know these gaps can be bridged – you only need to look to our innovative community of PebblePad practitioners for proof. The paper distills know-how from our 17 years of experience working with hundreds of partner organisations. See for yourself.


If you’re curious to see how your own university’s ambitions stack up against our global survey responses and whether the ambition-reality gaps match your experience, just complete the short form below to download your free copy.