Teaching management, intended as organizing time and resources related to teaching activities, is a key factor for students’ performance. When talking about continuous assessment, teaching activities, together with the commitment of students and teachers, play a crucial role. Adapting curricula to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) leads to a teaching change in order to apply continuous assessment in most degrees. According to the new measuring unit for teaching, the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), there’s a common challenge for the universities to consider students’ dedication. Both, continuous assessment and students’ dedication can hardly be put into practice without an efficient management of all activities involved in the teaching-learning process. This paper shows the teaching management experience of the Informatics Engineering School (ETSINF) of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), Spain. This experience has been carried out in the context of the new Students’ Academic and Assessment Regulation of the UPV.