Gender, Teaching, and Learning in Higher Education presents new insights and research into contemporary problems, practical solutions, and the complex roles of teaching and learning in the international academy. Drawing together new research from contributors spanning a range of international and interdisciplinary perspectives, this book discusses topics of particular importance in UK, USA, Australasia and South Africa, including : curriculum, boundary disciplines and research assessments, the Higher Education institution, educational practice, authority and authorization, teaching and counselling. Discussion of quality audits, curriculum modifications, teaching certificates and other key topics, add to this book's value in informing current debate and providing valuable research aids for education into the 21st century.at the a#39;newa#39; universities, students were evenly split as to whether they had or had not seen marking schemes, and those that had ... gathered concerning essay writing from optional writing classes, tutor feedback on previous essays, and marking schemes, ... competent use of English and conformity to academic conventions may be particularly highly rewarded in assessment was only partially supported.
|Title||:||Gender, Teaching, and Research in Higher Education|
|Author||:||Gillian Howie, Ashley Tauchert|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Pub Limited - 2002|