Learning, Teaching and Assessment in Higher Education: Global Perspectives

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This engaging handbook draws on the best of the scholarship that has underpinned teaching and learning for the last half century. Taking into account key global trends in higher education, it offers practical perspectives on learning to teach at tertiary level.

Ideal for newly qualified and experienced lecturers alike, it covers everything you need to know to develop effective practices in learning, teaching and assessement, including:

  • designing, delivering, managing and reviewing a curriculm
  • making assessement and feedback fit-for-purpose
  • using appropriate technologies to support learning
  • fostering students’ employabilty

Each chapter contains advice, guidance and strategies to overcome common challenges and pitfalls faced by educators. The text also explores how ‘flipped classrooms’ and blended learning approaches are supplementing or replacing elements of conventional teaching. Distinctively, the book brings together diverse international perspectives from six continents in the form of ‘good practice accounts’ which provide unique insights into the practicalities of working in a rapidly changing global environment.



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