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eBook Being A Teacher In Higher Education (SRHE and Open University Press Imprint) ePub

by Peter Knight

  • ISBN: 0335209300
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Peter Knight
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Open University Press; 1 edition (September 2002)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1375 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1954 kb
  • Other: lit rtf azw txt
  • Rating: 4.6
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It is an optimistic book for teachers in universities, many of whom feel that opportunities for professional fulfilment are becoming frozen. Результаты поиска по книге.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Being a Teacher in Higher Education. Being a Teacher in Higher Education. This is a book about doing teaching and being a teacher: about reducing the likelihood of burn-out and improving the chances of getting the psychic rewards that make teaching fulfilling. It is an optimistic book for teachers in universities, many of whom feel that opportunities for professional fulfilment are becoming frozen. Something like this book should have been written by Jo Tait of the Open University.

For one thing Peter Knight appreciates the different circumstances that new, part-time and established teachers .

For one thing Peter Knight appreciates the different circumstances that new, part-time and established teachers are in. For another, he insists that teaching well (and enjoying it) is as much about how teachers feel about themselves as it is about how many slick teaching techniques they can string together.

Srhe and Open University Press Imprint. This is a book about doing teaching and being a teacher: about reducing the likelihood of burn-out and improving the chances of getting the psychic rewards that make teaching fulfilling

Srhe and Open University Press Imprint. By (author) Peter Knight. Format Paperback 256 pages. Dimensions 152 x 229 x 15mm 39. 3g. Publication date 01 Aug 2002. Publisher OPEN UNIVERSITY PRESS. Publication City/Country Milton Keynes, United Kingdom.

Higher Education: A Critical Business. Buckingham: SRHE and Open University Press. Baume, D. and Yorke, M. (2002). Teaching for Quality Learning at University. Evaluating the Quality of Learning: The SOLO Taxonomy (Structure of the Observed Learning Outcome). New York: Academic Press.

Find nearly any book by Peter Knight. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Conspiracy Nation: The Politics of Paranoia in Postwar America. ISBN 9780814747360 (978-0-8147-4736-0) Softcover, NYU Press, 2002.

The first author has already made a significant contribution to the scholarship and practice of teaching and learning in universitie. ogether with the second author, there is now added richness through the practical implementation and practices .

Being A Teacher in Higher Education draws extensively on research literatures to give detailed advice about the core business of teaching: instruction, learning activities, assessment, planning and getting good evaluations. It offers hundreds of practical suggestions in a collegial rather than didactic style.This is not, however, another book of tips or heroic success stories. For one thing Peter Knight appreciates the different circumstances that new, part-time and established teachers are in. For another, he insists that teaching well (and enjoying it) is as much about how teachers feel about themselves as it is about how many slick teaching techniques they can string together. He argues that it is important to develop a sense of oneself as a good teacher (particularly in increasingly difficult working conditions); and it is for this reason that the final part of this work is about career management and handling change.This is a book about doing teaching and being a teacher: about reducing the likelihood of burn-out and improving the chances of getting the psychic rewards that make teaching fulfilling. It is an optimistic book for teachers in universities, many of whom feel that opportunities for professional fulfilment are becoming frozen.