For the Love of Learning (häftad)
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For the Love of Learning (häftad)

For the Love of Learning

Innovations from Outstanding University Teachers

Häftad Engelska, 2013-11-11
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Edited collection featuring essays from exceptional National Teaching Fellows. Presents the cutting-edge of pedagogical thinking on the most important topics in higher education today, including student engagement, assessment, internationalisation and employability. Destined to become a 'must-read' guide for anyone involved in higher education.
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"This book showcases the innovative work undertaken in universities, it celebrates achievement and demonstrates the potential for development in practice to all involved in HE teaching." - Jeanne Keay, Assistant Director and Head of International Strategy, HEA "A thoughtful, scholarly and inspiring text, which is certain to support the work of other academic teachers aiming to put student learning at the heart of everything we do." - Sally Brown, Emerita Professor at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

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Tim Bilham is Director of Education Research and Development in the Department for Health at the University of Bath, UK. He is both a National Teaching Fellow and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.


Acknowledgements .- How to Use this Book.- Glossary.- Foreword.-Introduction: Inspiration, Innovation and Excellence; Tim Bilham .- PART I: CROSSING BOUNDARIES.- Crossing Boundaries: Disciplines.- 1. The Liquidity of Knowledge: Learning across Disciplinary Divides; Heather Barnett.- 2. Mixed Cultures: Microbiology, Art and Literature; Joanna Verran.- 3. Blending Approaches to Teaching in Art and Design: Case Studies from Glass and Ceramics; Kevin Petrie.- 4. New Learning Ecosystems: Blurring Boundaries, Changing Minds; Helen Keegan.- Crossing Boundaries: Transitions.- 5. Learning to Love Learning; Peter Ovens.- 6. Crossing the Boundaries of Academic Writing; Lin Norton and James Elander.- 7. Beyond Competence: Enabling and Inspiring Healthcare Students; Faith Hill.- 8. 'Disability Matters': The Role of Personal Tutors for Inclusive Teaching and Learning; Suanne Gibson.- PART II: LEARNING DIFFERENTLY.- Learning Differently: Approaches to Teaching.- 9. Designs on Learning: The Role of Cross-University Collaborative Undergraduate Research Symposia; Kirsten.- Hardie in association with Annie Grove-White.- 10. Innovative Approaches to Learning Design: Harnessing New Technologies for Learning; Grainne Conole.- 11. Scaffolding Problem-Based Learning; Derek Raine.- 12. Developing Subject Specific Knowledge, Digital Creativity and Soft Skills: A Games-Based Approach to Teaching and Learning; Rachel McCrindle.- Learning Differently: Teaching Difficult Topics.- 13. Teaching with Assessment, Feedback and Feed-Forward: Using 'Preflights' to Assist Student Achievement; Brian Whalley .- 14. Ongoing Challenges in Cross-Disciplinary Teaching: A Case Study from Statistics; Paul Hewson.- 15. De-Mystifying Statistics: Bring Your Imprimatur ... to the Laughter; Andy Field.- 16. Performing Critical Thinking?; Stella Jones-Devitt.- Learning Differently: Assessment.- 17. Best Practice in Assessment and Feedback: Neglected Issues; Peter Hartley.- 18. Assessment Strategies for Developmental and Experiential Learning: Successes and Challenges; Anita Peleg.- 19. Developing and Assessing Professional Competence: Using Technology in Learning Design; Luke Dawson in association with Ben Mason.- Learning Differently: International Issues.- 20. Building Curriculum Internationalisation from the Bottom up; David Killick.- 21. New Horizons and Old Challenges for Distance Learning: Bridging the Access Gap in African Universities; Basiro Davey .- 22. Kinds of International: Internationalisation through Engagement with One Another; Jane Spiro.- Part III Engaging Students.- Engaging students: In the Process of Learning and Discovery.- 23. Doing, Being and Becoming: An Occupational Perspective on Enabling Learning; Rayya Ghul.- 24. Learning Together through Student-Lecturer Collaborative Enquiry; Will Curtis .- 25. Creating Space for Student Autonomy and Engagement through Partnership and Letting Go; Colin Bryson.- 26. The Student-Professional; Laura Ritchie.- Engaging Students: Its Wider Influence.- 27. Wanted! Agents of Change: Enabling Students to Make Change Happen in their Professional World; Duncan Reavey.- 28. Authentic Partnerships: Inspiring Professional Identity and Ownership in Students; Ruth Matheson.- 29. Learning from the Real; Mary Hartog and Philip Frame in association with Chris Rigby and Doirean Wilson.- 30. Looking at the Mirror in the Suitcase: Encouraging Students to Reflect on their Professional Learning Journey; Anna Lise Gordon.- Part IV Employability: Moving On.- 31. SOARing to Success: Employability Development from the Inside-Out; Arti Kumar.- 32. Telling Tales: The Use of Story to Enhance Employability; Beverly Leeds.- 33. Authentic Assessment and Employability a Synergy?; Jane Thomas 34. Getting Ready for Action: Student Engagement in an Employability Project; Jamie Thompson in association with Laura Bullerwell, Catherine Foster, Russell Jackson and Nichola Larkin (students).- 35. English Language Learning for International Employability;