How to Be an Effective Teacher in Higher Education [electronic resource]: Answers to Lecturers' Questions
- Mortiboys, Alan
- Maidenhead : McGraw-Hill Education Sept. 2010 Blacklick : McGraw-Hill Companies, The [Distributor]
- Physical Description:
- 192 p. ill 09.000 x 06.100 in.
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- Annotation This book is a practical resource for lecturers working with groups of all sizes, in a range of teaching environments. Written by a highly experienced teacher and lecturer, Alan Mortiboys, the book is a distillation of the common concerns and issues raised at workshops Alan has run.<p>The book reflects three of the six areas of activity outlined in the UK Professional Standards Framework for Teaching and Supporting Learning in Higher Education:</p><ul><li>Design and planning of learning activities and/or programmes of study</li><li>Teaching and/or supporting student learning</li><li>Evaluation of practice and continuing professional development</li></ul><p>The book answers 55 of the questions most commonly asked by HE teachers. There are 14 tasks to help the reader apply the answers to their own teaching practice. The answers are also linked to relevant literature for further reading.</p><p><i>How to be an Effective Teacher in Higher Education</i>provides key reading for those teaching and undertaking PGCert in HE or other postgraduate teaching courses as well as academics concerned with their professional development.</p>
- 9780335237401 and 0335237401 (Trade Paper)
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- Scholarly & Professional McGraw-Hill Education
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