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Understanding Teaching Excellence in Higher Education (Key Issues in Higher Education)

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What makes a university teacher "excellent?"As debates rage around whether it is down to subject-knowledge, communication skills, taking a research-led approach or being a technological whiz, this book identifies and examines interpretations of teaching excellence and helps the reader to develop their own understanding and practice of teaching in light of the recently researched evidence.<BR>Using as its central case study the practice of the UK's most "excellent" university teachers, as awarded by the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme, this book features insightful interviews with all the award winners who teach across a variety of subject areas, and establishes the key skills and strategies which lead to their public accolade. As similar schemes exist around the world, particularly the USA, Canada, Australia and South Africa, the book offers a comparative analysis of these schemes and helps the reader to locate national policies and practices within the growing worldwide "excellence movement" in higher education.<BR>Lecturers in any higher education establishment who are passionate about raising the standards of their teaching will find much in this book to inform and enthuse them. This book will also make an exceptional companion for students on postgraduate, diploma and masters courses.

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What makes a university teacher 'excellent'? As debates rage about whether this is down to subject knowledge, communication skills, taking a research-led approach or being a technological whiz, this book provides the first in-depth examination of teaching excellence in higher education. Identifying and examining interpretations of teaching excellence, it considers what ?excellent? means and implies for practice.

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ISBN:
9780415333276
Author:
Skelton, Alan
Publisher:
Routledge
Subject:
Higher
Subject:
Teaching Methods & Materials - General
Subject:
Evaluation
Subject:
College teaching
Subject:
Teacher effectiveness.
Subject:
College teaching -- Evaluation.
Subject:
Education-Classroom Resources
Series:
Key Issues in Higher Education
Publication Date:
20050531
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Pages:
193
Dimensions:
9.48x6.42x.65 in. 1.14 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , What makes a university teacher 'excellent'? As debates rage about whether this is down to subject knowledge, communication skills, taking a research-led approach or being a technological whiz, this book provides the first in-depth examination of teaching excellence in higher education. Identifying and examining interpretations of teaching excellence, it considers what ?excellent? means and implies for practice.
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