"Covering everything you need to know about teaching within the UK higher education system, this book is the ideal introduction for anyone looking to start their teaching career. A must-read guide for international staff new to teaching in UK higher education, this key text focusses on what is particular and often baffling to those who are new to higher education teaching in the UK. With practical tips and advice rooted in relevant theory, it is an invaluable resource to guide through the initial teaching experience. Breaking down all of the aspects involved in teaching learning and assessing in UK higher education, this book covers: The key features of UK higher education - particularly how it might differ from other systems; How courses and the curriculum are designed; How to support learning within your teaching practice; Advice on marking and giving worthwhile feedback; How to develop your own professional practice; A full glossary of key terms. An Introduction to Teaching in UK Higher Education is a one-stop resource for those looking to begin a career in UK higher education. Particularly useful for new international staff, it will also be of interest to those looking to improve their teaching practice"--
Covering everything you need to know about teaching within the UK higher education system, this book is the ideal introduction for anyone looking to start their teaching career.
Author: Nuala Byrne
Publisher: Key Guides for Effective Teaching in Higher Education
Category: College teachers, Foreign
Covering everything you need to know about teaching within the UK higher education system, this book is the ideal introduction for anyone looking to start their teaching career. A must-read guide for international staff new to teaching in UK higher education, this key text focuses on what is particular and often baffling to those who are new to higher education teaching in the UK. With practical tips and advice rooted in relevant theory, it is an invaluable resource to guide you through the initial teaching experience. Breaking down all of the aspects involved in teaching, learning and assessing in UK higher education, this book covers: The key features of UK higher education – particularly how it might differ from other systems How courses and the curriculum are designed How to support learning within your teaching practice Advice on marking and giving worthwhile feedback How to develop your own professional practice A full glossary of key terms An Introduction to Teaching in UK Higher Education is a one-stop resource for those looking to begin a career in UK higher education. Particularly useful for new international staff, it will also be of interest to those looking to improve their teaching practice.
Covering everything you need to know about teaching within the UK higher education system, this book is the ideal introduction for anyone looking to start their teaching career. A must-read guide for international staff new to teaching ...
Author: Nuala Byrne
This book is a comprehensive yet accessible introduction to learning and teaching in higher education, and an invaluable resource if you are seeking to enhance and develop your teaching in the context of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). It also supports your progress towards Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (HEA), with an overview of the UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF) and linking content to the framework. This book is for new and existing teachers in higher education and those teaching higher education programmes in further education colleges. As well as helping you enhance and extend your understanding of the theory and practice of learning and teaching, this book encourages you to reflect on and improve your teaching in higher education to meet the needs of a diversity of students in the changing landscape of higher education. Together with its progressive and logical sequencing of topics - covering planning and preparation; techniques, methods and resources; assessment, quality and evaluation - the book provides: • A core text and resource for new teachers in higher education undertaking postgraduate programmes in learning and teaching. • An accessible and practical introduction to the knowledge and skills required to become a confident and effective lecturer in higher education • Mapping to the HEA UK Professional Standards Framework to provide guidance and support for those working towards Fellowship of the HEA together with sample Fellowship applications • 'Pause & Reflect' boxes to reinforce your professional learning journey "This book is not only an excellent introduction to learning and teaching in university but also for those providing higher level learning in further education colleges. It is an ideal companion for lecturers and teachers undertaking postgraduate programmes in learning and teaching and also for those seeking Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy. The core message of the book is that improving teaching, learning and quality begins with teachers themselves through their own professionalism, scholarship and reflective practice." Vicky Duckworth, Reader in Education, Edge Hill University, UK "Pete Scales begins his book by asking the question ‘What is teaching?’ and giving possible answers and raising further questions. This sets the tone for his approach in this wide-ranging almost encyclopaedic book that touches on all the topics and issues that someone new to higher education is required to address. But this introductory book is unique because Scales never loses what is his professional passion and his authorial focus - the relationship between the teacher and the student. All education is founded on the relationship between a teacher and a student and Scales provides a guide for the new higher education teacher through the confusing and confused world of higher education in order that they can remain a teacher despite institutional distractions." Dennis Hayes, Professor of Education, University of Derby, UK "This book provides a welcome and timely addition which will be of huge value to anybody with an interest in teaching and learning in higher education. It will be of particular value to those new to teaching in the higher education sector as well as more experienced staff who wish to update their skills or apply for Higher Education Academy recognition." Chris Wakeman, Head of Education and Inclusion Studies, University of Wolverhampton, UK "Explicit links to specific elements of each dimension of the UK Professional Standards Framework make this text invaluable to those producing evidence for taught routes to HEA fellowship or associate fellowship, and for those embarking on applications for FHEA based on CPD and experience. It gives good guidance to alignment of each element of the UKPSF dimensions with personal professional experiences. Peter Scales shares my dislike for the word ‘delivery’ to describe teaching and clearly explains why! The text is passionate,"readable and engaging with a logical presentation of the lived experiences of teaching in higher education.” Beverley Hale, Professor of Learning and Teaching, University of Chichester, UK
This book is a comprehensive yet accessible introduction to learning and teaching in higher education, and an invaluable resource if you are seeking to enhance and develop your teaching in the context of the Teaching Excellence Framework ...
Author: Peter Scales
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
The expectations of what it is to be a teacher are as high as ever. An Introduction to Teaching, which is the second edition of the well-established textbook Learning to Teach, provides a fully up-to-date introduction to the process and practice of teaching, and the personal and professional skills that successful teaching requires. This comprehensive update of the first edition is written in accordance with the Teacher Training Association and DfES guidelines, and provides in-depth coverage of all the modules included in the teacher training programme. Taking into account recent developments in policy and practice, contributors have incorporated new material covering teaching and classroom management, new approaches to planning, targeting effective learning, introduction to professional requirements and continuing professional development. The book also includes key chapters on the following: the National Curriculum children's learning the use of IT planning and preparation teaching and classroom management special educational needs working with parents.
The former is an academic award conferred by an institution, for example a university or higher education institute, while the latter is the licence to teach awarded by the DfES through the General Teaching Council for England or Wales ...
Author: Gill Nicholls
Across the world, universities are transforming their teaching and learning practices to meet the challenges facing Higher Education in the 21st century. Research into teaching and learning in Higher Education has never been a more important issue. Growing numbers of academics across disciplines are conducting research in their teaching. This book presents contemporary approaches to researching university teaching and learning to address this rising demand. The author provides a much needed comprehensive yet basic approach for conducting this type of research. A perfect resource for new lecturers, professional developers, researchers and graduate students; this book provides useful and effective guidance for conducting teaching and learning research in Higher Education. Filling a clear gap in the market, this book covers all the essential methodological and theoretical bases needed to engage in Higher Education research. This book offers a refreshingly light yet serious approach to research which has proved to yield significant advances in the field, allowing new academics from any discipline to effectively conduct higher education research. Each chapter covers the following: FRAMING HIGHER EDUCATION RESEARCH Generating an ETHICAL FRAMEWORK QUALITATIVE DATA ANALYSIS FOCUS GROUP RESEARCH SEMI-STRUCTURED INTERVIEWS NARRATIVE INQUIRY ETHNOGRAPHIC APPROACHES CASE STUDY RESEARCH ACTION RESEARCH APPRECIATIVE INQUIRY PHENOMENOGRAPHY RESEARCHING THRESHOLD CONCEPTS VISUAL RESEARCH EVALUATION APPROACHES This book is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in up to date theories and methods for conducting teaching and learning research in Higher Education.
Each chapter covers the following: FRAMING HIGHER EDUCATION RESEARCH Generating an ETHICAL FRAMEWORK QUALITATIVE DATA ANALYSIS FOCUS GROUP RESEARCH SEMI-STRUCTURED INTERVIEWS NARRATIVE INQUIRY ETHNOGRAPHIC APPROACHES CASE STUDY RESEARCH ...
Author: Glynis Cousin
The marketisation of higher education is a growing worldwide trend. Increasingly, market steering is replacing or supplementing government steering. Tuition fees are being introduced or increased, usually at the expense of state grants to institutions. Grants for student support are being replaced or supplemented by loans. Commercial rankings and league tables to guide student choice are proliferating with institutions devoting increasing resources to marketing, branding and customer service. The UK is a particularly good example of this, not only because it is a country where marketisation has arguably proceeded furthest, but also because of the variations that exist as Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland increasingly diverge from England. In Everything for Sale, Roger Brown argues that the competitive regime that is now applicable to our Higher Education system was the logical, and possibly inevitable, outcome of a process that began with the introduction of full cost fees for overseas students in 1980. Through chapters including: Markets and Non-Markets The Institutional Pattern of Provision The Funding of Research The Funding of Student Education Quality Assurance The Impact of Marketisation: Efficiency, diversity and equity; He shows how the evaluation and funding of research, the funding of student education, quality assurance, and the structure of the system have increasingly been organised on market or quasi-market lines. As well as helping to explain the evolution of British higher education over the past thirty years, the book contains some important messages about the consequences of introducing or extending market competition in universities’ core activities of teaching and research. This timely and comprehensive book is essential reading for all academics at University level and anyone involved in Higher Education policy.
Incorporation of further education colleges. Introduction of Teaching Quality Assessment (Subject Review) as intended complement to RAE. Establishment of the Higher Education Quality Council as a sector—owned quality assurance body.
Author: Roger Brown
This book provides tips and guidelines for teachers and learners of modern foreign languages in higher education institutions, drawing on the authors' experiences of teaching languages including Turkish, Japanese and Korean to suggest strategies and approaches that promote effective use of the online environment. As well as shedding light on modern languages that are typically under-studied and under-represented in the literature, this book demonstrates how the online sphere is increasingly fundamental to language use, change and contact. The authors provide practical guidance to help teachers and learners capitalise on the opportunities presented by a virtual educational context, and offer a more resilient blended approach that will increase teachers' and students' preparedness for changing circumstances and institutional priorities in the future. This book is primarily aimed at teachers and students of foreign languages within HE settings, but its focus on new perspectives will also be of interest to scholars researching the online shift in language education, applied linguistics, curriculum design and educational technology.
Doing action research in English language teaching: A guide for practitioners. Routledge. Byrne, N., & Butcher, C. (2020). An introduction to teaching in UK higher education : A guide for international and transnational teachers.
Author: Laurence Mann
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Academic Writing is emerging as a distinct subject for teaching and research in higher education in the UK and elsewhere. Teaching Academic Writing in UK Higher Education introduces this growing field and provides a resource for university teachers, researchers and administrators interested in developing students' writing.
The book has four target audiences: current UK writing practitioners and scholars, UK university staff who are new to ... in this collection an introduction to Academic Writing theories, assessments of various UK approaches to teaching ...
Author: Lisa Ganobcsik-Williams
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Throughout the world, teacher education is once more in the spotlight. This book focuses on recent trends and experiences in England and Wales, where external pressures have caused tension between the technician model of teacher education, in which teachers learn primarily on the job alongside colleagues, and traditional forms of teacher education based in higher education institutions. This tension superficially replicates an old dichotomy between practice and theory. The contributors to this volume reflect on ideas and attempts to integrate theory and practice. Key questions and themes recur: the balance and relationship between work done in school on the job and work away from the workplace, such as in universities; teacher education as a partnership activity; and the need to critically examine the institutional, cultural, and historical context in which they work.
Brighton, UK: University of Sussex. Fuller, F. (1970). Personalized education for teachers: An introduction for teacher educators. Austin: R&D Center for Teacher Education, University of Texas. Grumet, M. R. (1989).
Author: Gareth Harvard
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
The development of Higher Education is taking place at a phenomenal pace, and this book is set to be a guide for ALL the different groups of people who need to understand the consequences of the changes in the years to come. Chapters consider both the historical development of the system of Higher Education as well as the scope and nature of its institutional manifestation as we recognise it today. Far from being another Which-style guide for intending applicants, it is written in a straightforward style by the three authors, each known internationally as Higher Education specialists.
The development of Higher Education is taking place at a phenomenal pace, and this book is set to be a guide for ALL the different groups of people who need to understand the consequences of the changes in the years to come.
Author: Donald A. Bligh
Publisher: Intellect Books
Category: Family & Relationships