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Extra info for A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (Fourth Edition)
All together, these essays give the teacher the opportunity to reflect on some of the key questions and basic issues before turning to a series of discipline-based examples from the experimental sciences, the social sciences, arts, humanities and law, as well as the creative arts and vocational subjects such as Medicine and Dentistry. These essays contain case study material alongside questions about practice that will stimulate the beginning teacher while acting as a timely reminder, for those with greater experience, about ways to develop and enhance their practice.
We are aware that the case studies enrich the handbook, add interest and relevance for our readers and have contributed to the success of the previous editions over the years. Thanks are also due to two others who have helped complete the task of assembling this fourth edition of the handbook. First, Nicole Nathan helped us with the initial organisation of this project. Second, special thanks go to Lucy Marsh at the Higher Education Academy who worked as our editorial assistant in the final stages to bring the manuscript together for publication.
This scope for change encompasses not just their own classroom but also curriculum development and creating new programmes, as well as shaping teaching polices at an institutional or national level. An important part of developing expertise in teaching in HE is about much more than becoming comfortable with a range of teaching methods, assessment approaches or understanding how students learn (see Chapters 7, 8 and 5, respectively) – it involves understanding what effective educational innovation and change to bring about student learning looks like, and being adept at incorporating effective institutional and national norms into one's own practice, as well as being constructively critical of such norms to enable their enhancement.
A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (Fourth Edition) by Heather, Ketteridge, Steve, Marshall, Stephanie Fry