This is the second post in a series which looks at higher education learning and teaching through a disciplinary lens. What can the knowledges, theories, methods and practices of particular disciplines tell us about learning and teaching at a university level? In each post, I will be speaking to disciplinary experts from my university and … Continue reading What economics can tell us about teaching in higher education
What psychology can tell us about teaching in higher education
Educational and developmental psychology offers insights into the fundamental questions of what it means to learn and how learning happens.
Teaching connects the world
Over the last year, I have been co-leading a MOOC (massive open online course) with my colleague Marina Harvey. Contemporary Approaches to University Teaching is a free higher education teaching induction open to all. You may be interested if you are: new to university teachingwould like to review topics to advance your teaching, e.g. scholarly … Continue reading Teaching connects the world