The essential guide to teaching and learning in higher education for early career academics, postgraduate researchers, graduate teaching assistants and professional services staff.
This accessible text offers practical guidance for anyone new to teaching in higher education. It covers key aspects of teaching and learning relevant for early career academics, postgraduate researchers, graduate teaching assistants and professional services staff, including those working towards Advance HE/Higher Education Academy (HEA) recognition.
Understand how to plan and evaluate teaching sessions, the dynamics of teaching in small and large groups, how to use technology effectively, the particular challenges of laboratory and fieldwork and the importance of inclusive practice and career development.
Key features include:
· Practical strategies to enhance student learning and motivation.
· Case studies from higher education professionals in various roles
· Activities and reflection points applying educational principles to your own teaching
· Chapter links to the UK Professional Standards Framework (UKPSF)
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