Enhancing teaching in higher education : new approaches for improving student learning /
050513s2005 xxka b 001 0 eng d
|aEnhancing teaching in higher education : |bnew approaches for improving student learning / |cedited by Peter Hartley, Amanda Woods and Martin Pill
|aLondon : |bRoutledgeFalmer, |c2005
|axix, 196 p : |bill ; |c24 cm
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index
|aIngredients for effective learning : the learning combination lock / Colin Beard and John Wilson--Learning through work-based learning / David Major--Interactive teaching and learning : exploring and reflecting on our practices / Anne Huntington--Using concepts maps in teaching and learning / Jane Fox and Dot Morrison--Facilitating tutorials in problem-based learning : the students' perspective / Teena Clouston--Developing students' skills in groups and teamworking : moving experience into critical reflection / Peter Hartley--Learning to learn online : how to ensure that more learners benefit from new online pedagogies / Gwynneth Hughes--Working with blended learning / Jo Hamilton-Jones--Facilitating students towards self-directed learning / Julie-Anne Regan--Progression in higher education : a study of learning as represented in level descriptors / Jenny Moon--Developing the keynote interactive guide to personal development planning / Jenny Phillips--Learning about employability / Elizabeth McFarlane--Research into practice : learning by doing / John Shaw--Learning to teach with technology / Vivien Sieber--Online staff development : using the Web to enhance teacher autonomy and student learning / Peter Mangan and Uma Patel--Inclusive learning in higher education : the impact of policy changes / Alan Hurst--Reframing equality of opportunity training / Glynis Cousin
This is an accessible source of information and practical ideas on a wide range of recent developments in teaching and learning. All the chapters have been written by experienced lecturers and/or leading contributors from staff and educational development in higher education. They explore the spectrum of teaching and learning, covering subjects that range from general teaching strategies to students' concept maps, from online learning to student project groups, and from working in a multicultural context to encouraging self-directed learning.