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Given the trend towards convergence in conceptualizing (learning in the domains of education and business management, (this article explores the role of course culture in higher education. (Drawing on the author’s comparative research in the UK into the (respective cultures of two vocationally...
Written output is a key topic in higher education for individuals and institutions. The importance of writing development for academics is established in the literature. What has not been examined is the effect of this development on participants’ teaching. While writing development delivers in...
Much is currently made of mathematics being a genericskill in higher education. What has not been establishedsystematically is what this means in terms of who teaches it. This opinionarticle draws on an attempt to find out who is teachingmathematics in one university. As suspected, individuals...
Although an increasingly common component of higher education courses, service learning is still considered by countless educators to be a radical pedagogy. For many, the failure to become involved is not due to a lack of interest or motivation, but rather to an incomplete understanding of what...
The emergence of the discourse around learning and teaching in higher education is one of the more remarkable phenomena of the last decade. In the UK, the creation of the national Institute for Learning and Teaching and the discipline-based Learning and Teaching Support Network, the requirement...
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