On becoming an innovative university teacher - reflection in action.Material type: BookPublisher: Co-published with the Society for Research into Higher Education. ; Buckingham : Open University Press, 1998Description: 192p.ISBN: 0335199933.Subject(s): Education | College teachingDDC classification: 378.125COW
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Beginning each chapter with a question with which college and university teachers can be expected to identify, this text then goes on to answer the question by presenting a series of examples. Each chapter closes with second thoughts, presenting a viewpoint somewhat distinct from that of the author. The aim of the text is to assist university teachers to plan and run innovative activities to enable their students to engage in effective reflective learning.
Bibliography; Includes index.
Table of contents provided by Syndetics
- What is meant in education by reflecting?
- What does reflection have to offer in education?
- Is there a methodology we can and should follow?
- What can teachers do, to encourage students to reflect?
- What is involved for students in analytical reflection?
- What is involved in evaluative reflection?
- How can I adapt ideas from your teaching, for mine?
- How should you get started?
- How can such innovations be evaluated?
- Where should I read about other work in this field?
- A postscript final reflections