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eBook Forever Better: Continuous Quality Improvement in Higher Education ePub

by Peter Knight,E. Nola Aitken,Robert J. Rogerson

  • ISBN: 1581070241
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Peter Knight,E. Nola Aitken,Robert J. Rogerson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: New Forums Press (July 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 164
  • ePub book: 1455 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1910 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Knight, Aitken, and Rogerson (2000) once declared that "what you assess, how, and why, says a great deal about you as a teacher. Now I would take it further. Grading and Reporting Student Learning. designed on the basis of the percent sampling inspection and table.

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There is great variation among higher education institutions, and a wide range of approaches to Continuous Improvement. This book will give background by providing historical perspective on pioneering institutions in Continuous Improvement. This book is good, though it did not give me all of the information I'd hoped for, perhaps because it is from 2004 and I'm working in online higher education. I bet they could do a good update.

Forever better: Continuous quality improvement in higher education. Stillwater, OK: New Forums Press. Principles for Fair Student Assessment Practices for Education in Canada. Leadership capacity for lasting school improvement. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Key words: Continuous Quality Improvement; Total Quality Management; Personal quality; Organizational change

Key words: Continuous Quality Improvement; Total Quality Management; Personal quality; Organizational change. 1 Introduction The need for change in higher education is becoming urgent. Increasingly, students are frustrated with their experiences as education consumers.

John Robert Dew, Molly McGowan Nearing. There is great variation among higher education institutions, and a wide range of approaches to Continuous Improvement. Dew and Nearing acknowledge that the mistaken impression may exist that there is not a defined body of knowledge from which higher education leaders can draw when designing a journey toward excellence in the context of any specific institution.

Title: Forever Better: Continuous Quality Improvement in Higher Education. Author: Peter Knight, E. Nola Aitken, & Robert J. Description: This book is a no-nonsense approach to teaching improvement that is geared to the needs of hard-pressed faculty in higher education. Although it is primarily intended for established faculty members who want to improve their teaching but whose time is limited, it also contains important ideas for chairs, heads of departments and for new faculty members, professional staff and teaching assistants.

This book is a no-nonsense approach to teaching improvement that is geared to the needs of hard-pressed faculty in higher education. Although it is primarily intended for established faculty members who want to improve their teaching but whose time is limited, it also contains important ideas for chairs, heads of departments and for new faculty members, professional staff and teaching assistants. It draws on research evidence and practice in North America, Britain, New Zealand and Australia to present a host of well-tried, well-conceived "pick and Mix" ideas that can help anyone to be better at teaching. It covers major themes such as course planning, assessing student learning, lecturing, working with small groups and handling large classes. It covers the use of established and new technologies and methods to bring about improvements.