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'If you are considering teaching or are new to the role, this book contains invaluable advice which will not only help you to get started but will help you to make teaching a rewarding, life-long career!'- Serena Simmons, Nottingham Trent University
its really good for tips on different ways to deliver things
I will recommend this to fellow academics who are learning to teach. The content is useful for theoretical essays and there is advice given on implementation of concepts in classroom practice. Most of the main teaching modes (lectures and tutorials) are covered in detail.
Would recommend this to students who are undertaking their research in educational settings, but not always appropriate given its pedagogic focus. Great for me as a lecturer, though!
A good text book. Constructive ideas in delivery of teaching; suitable for PGCE students.
A good book to read. Good and constructive ideas in the process and delivery of teaching
The book focussed on seminars and lectures, with very little on flipped classrooms, on-line or distance learning. The assessment sections were also very traditional and rather dated, focussing on exam and essay marking.
Wanted a book which was more use to teachers & students, not just academics
A very straightforward handbook about lecturing in higher education. Simple and easily accessible with some great ideas and a re-assuring tone.
A clear and engaging book. I have recommended it to other teaching areas within our institution.
An excellent introduction to Higher Education teaching and students' learning. It takes a nuanced and critical approach to Higher Education learning and teaching whilst providing research-informed reflective andragogical approaches to adult learning.
This text is a good supportive text for students in preparing their activities within a PGCert Ed. Its a helpful, how to guide, providing a useful checklist for the novice teacher in HEI. It encourages the student to try different approaches and set up theiur learning more effectively
This book keeps things simple, some good ideas many of which are common sense but easy mistakes to make when worrying about creating the perfect lectures and seminars.
Good for support reading;suitable for PGCE students.
Found the 'voice of experience' sections particularly useful.
This was a useful reference text to supplement early learning & the PGC-HE
A good introduction to higher education. a useful classroom resource.
Excellent book for new teachers to HE with some reflective activities to help you establish your role in teaching and research.
This book is easy to read and has helped me focus as a neophyte teacher/lecturer
This is a text for dipping into - tips, wisdom, ideas and examples. It covers the practicalities of how to teach rather than any theory behind it. Therefore it's an introduction, but a comprehensive one, best for doctoral students who help out with teaching and who are just starting out.
There is a rare and valuable chapter on giving seminars to peers, a sometimes forgotten element of teaching. The chapter on teaching aids is also useful, with ideas for the many media sources that are now available for classrooms, and considers their uses and (dis)advantages.
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