As the number of higher education (HE) courses offered in further education (FE) settings increases, so does the need for teachers and trainee teachers to develop their teaching skills. This text is written for all teachers and trainee teachers in FE. It considers what it means to teach HE in FE and how an HE environment can be created in an FE setting.
The text covers day-to-day aspects of teaching including planning and assessment, giving guidance on the unique needs of HE students. Chapters on research and quality assurance support the reader in developing some advanced teaching skills. This is a practical guide for FE teachers and trainee teachers as the sector adapts to the needs of education today.
Dr Jonathan Tummons is Lecturer in Education at Durham University and leads Durham's MSc in Educational Assessment. With a background in further and adult education, he has researched and published widely on a range of issues relating to learning, teaching and assessment. Dr Kevin Orr worked in further education for sixteen years. He is now Reader in Post-Compulsory Education and Training at the University of Huddersfield. Aside from teaching on a variety of courses, his research interests lie primarily in vocational and further education. Dr Liz Atkins is Senior Lecturer in Education at the University of Huddersfield. She has taught extensively in both further and higher education on both vocational and teacher education programmes and has also managed provision in which university programmes were taught in FE colleges.
College-based higher education and widening participation The HE Ethos - Creating a University Within a College College-based Higher Education: The Students Planning and Preparing for Teaching HE in FE The Practice of Teaching College-based Higher Education Assessing Learning in HE in FE Research and Scholarship in HE in FE Managing HE in FE Quality Assurance in College-based Higher Education