For both new and existing staff in HE, this book provides a handbook on learning to teach. Whilst considering the scholarship that has underpinned teaching and learning for the last half century, the book also takes into account the changing nature of the student body, HE institutions and potentially of learning itself. Features international perspectives on pedagogy.
Sally Brown is Independent Consultant and Emeritus Professor, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK; Adjunct Professor, University of Sunshine Coast, and James Cook University, both in Australia; and Visiting Professor, University of Plymouth and Liverpool John Moores University, both in the UK. She is formerly PVC at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. She is series editor for the Palgrave Teaching and Learning series.
1. Global Approaches to Teaching, Learning and Assessment.- 2. Changing Paradigms Underpinning Higher Education Learning Internationally.- 3. Designing, Managing, Reviewing and Refreshing your Curriculum.- 4. Delivering the Curriculum in Diverse Contexts.- 5. Making Spaces for Learning Work: Learning in Diverse Settings.- 6. Helping Students Develop Appropriate Literacies for Effective Learning.- 7. Making Assessment and Feedback Fit-for-Purpose.- 8. Designing and Implementing Assessment and Feedback for Learning.- 9. Using Appropriate Technologies to Support Learning.- 10. Fostering Students' Employability and Community Engagement.- 11. Supporting those who Deliver Good Learning, Teaching and Assessment.- 12. Conclusions: Key Pedagogic Issues in Global Higher Education.