University teaching reconsidered: Justice, practice, inquiry.
|Author:||Joce Jesson, Vicki M. Carpenter, Margaret McLean, Maxine Stephenson, Airini|
Are you searching for more effective ways of teaching in higher education? Could your teaching become part of your research? A range of academics position university teaching as research and the subject of scholarly investigation. Innovative and successful strategies and ideas are discussed in various chapters, enabling you to learn from real situations and understand what can be modelled or avoided in your own teaching practice. Content, assessment, student perceptions, e-learning, social justice and service, community links and research-counting are addressed by the authors, whose aim is to challenge academic identity and improve student engagement.