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The Lecturer S Toolkit

Author : Phil Race
ISBN : 9781317662952
Genre : Education
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The Lecturer’s Toolkit is a wide-ranging, down-to-earth, practical resource for lecturers and teachers in universities and colleges. Jargon-free and written with authority, clarity and candour, the Toolkit addresses a broad range of aspects of assessment, feedback, learning and teaching, and helps develop many facets of professional practice. Built around a central agenda of improving the quality of student learning, the Toolkit is outcomes-focused. Building on the strengths of its predecessors, this fourth edition includes strengthened emphasis on assessment and feedback, and designing large-group teaching for the digital age, when students can get easy access to a vast range of learning resource materials online. Coverage includes: how students really learn; designing assessment and feedback to enhance learning; lectures in the digital age; making small-group teaching work; resource-based learning in the digital age; looking after yourself; challenges and reflections. Fully updated and expanded, this fourth edition of the Toolkit will be an essential and flexible resource for every higher education professional.

The Lecturers Toolkit

Author : Phil Race
ISBN : 9781134140176
Genre : Education
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The Lecturer’s Toolkit is the primary resource for all teachers in higher education, whatever their experience, who are seeking to improve their teaching skills. Developed around detailed, practical guidance on the core elements of effective teaching in HE, it is packed full of accessible advice and helpful tips. This fully updated edition covers key topics including: learning styles assessment lecturing personal management skills formative feedback large and small group teaching blended learning resource based and online learning peer observation of teaching. The Lecturer’s Toolkit is essential for anyone working towards a profesisonal qualification in teaching in higher education as well as for those who want to reflect on and develop existing skills.

The Lecturer S Toolkit

Author : Philip Race
ISBN : 9780749435394
Genre : Education
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Designed as a primary resource for all teachers in higher education, this fully photocopiable guide includes coverage of: small-group teaching; assessment techniques; using student feedback; developing your career; and refreshment tips. The A4 ring-binder includes pro-formas, work-sheets, digests of tips and integrated overview sections for staff developers.

Teaching Academic Writing

Author : Caroline Coffin
ISBN : 9781134507320
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Student academic writing is at the heart of teaching and learning in higher education. Students are assessed largely by what they write, and need to learn both general academic conventions as well as disciplinary writing requirements in order to be successful in higher education. Teaching Academic Writing is a 'toolkit' designed to help higher education lecturers and tutors teach writing to their students. Containing a range of diverse teaching strategies, the book offers both practical activities to help students develop their writing abilities and guidelines to help lecturers and tutors think in more depth about the assessment tasks they set and the feedback they give to students. The authors explore a wide variety of text types, from essays and reflective diaries to research projects and laboratory reports. The book draws on recent research in the fields of academic literacy, second language learning, and linguistics. It is grounded in recent developments such as the increasing diversity of the student body, the use of the Internet, electronic tuition, and issues related to distance learning in an era of increasing globalisation. Written by experienced teachers of writing, language, and linguistics, Teaching Academic Writing will be of interest to anyone involved in teaching academic writing in higher education.

Assessment In Fe

Author : Andrew Armitage
ISBN : 0826487386
Genre : Education
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This is a general introduction for frazzled teachers to unravelling the maze of assessment in FE. Andy Armitage and Mandy Renwick provide readers with helpful hints and strategies for answering the key questions, including why, what, how and where to assess? Well-written and accessible, this guide should prove essential reading for every lecturer in FE!

The Ultimate Fe Lecturer S Handbook

Author : Ros Clow
ISBN : 0826490255
Genre : Education
File Size : 67. 64 MB
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A guide on teaching and learning, working with learners, and managing the learning process. Divided into three key areas, it presents key issues such as gaining learner interest, using role play, working with the individual learner, managing disruptive behaviour, juggling a busy workload, lesson preparation and team-teaching.

The Technical Director S Toolkit

Author : Zachary Stribling
ISBN : 9781317752622
Genre : Performing Arts
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In the world of theatre, the technical director is responsible for overseeing the safe and efficient realization and implementation of scenery for the stage. The Technical Director’s Toolkit is the first book to address every nut and bolt of this multifaceted job, guiding you though the step-by-step processes of technical direction and the responsibilities of the TD in the mounting of a theatrical production. Leadership, management, relationship building, personal responsibility, and problem solving are addressed, showing you not only how to become a more efficient and effective TD, but also how to be a collaborative member of a production team that artists will seek to work with again and again. The book also addresses scene shop design, facility repair and maintenance, and finishes with a brief overview of other areas of technical theatre that help round out the far reaching skill set of a successful TD.

The Teachers Animation Toolkit

Author : Britta Pollmüller
ISBN : 9781441147967
Genre : Education
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Including animation in your classroom can: • improve literacy and numeracy • develop critical thinking, communication and problem-solving skills • enhance teamwork and negotiation • encourage creativity This toolkit, together with an extensive companion website, will give you the confidence to use animation in your classroom. From teaching basic flip-book animation right through to producing an animated film, there are drawing templates for the less confident artists and tried-and-tested schemes of work, plus advice on how to use animation equipment and what technology and software is available. This practical, cross-curricular resource is particularly suitable for use with students aged 11-16, although many of the activities can be adapted for older or younger students. It can be used in Art, Media Studies, ICT and many other subjects to engage learners of all styles and abilities.

Fe Lecturer S Guide To Diversity And Inclusion

Author : Anne-Marie Wright
ISBN : 9781441117441
Genre : Education
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This is an invaluable guide to making sense of the myriad of issues surrounding diversity and inclusion in FE. The authors, all experts in their field, provide readers with helpful hints and practical strategies for teaching a wide variety of students, including: - refugees - those with Special Educational Needs (in particular, dyslexia and ASD) - those for whom English is a second language - young learners (14-16) - those with behavioral difficulties. This should prove essential reading for lecturers everywhere.

Teacher Toolkit

Author : Ross Morrison McGill
ISBN : 9781472910868
Genre : Education
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Ross Morrison McGill, aka @TeacherToolkit believes that becoming a teacher is one of the best decisions you will ever make, but after more than two decades in the classroom, he knows that it is not an easy journey! Packed with countless anecdotes, from disastrous observations to marking in the broom cupboard, [email protected] TOOLKIT is a compendium of teaching strategies and advice, which aims to motivate, comfort, amuse and above all reduce the workload of a new teacher. As anyone who has followed him on Twitter knows, Ross is not afraid to share the highs and lows of his own successes and failures. He strives to share great teaching practice, to save you time and to ensure you are the best teacher you can be, whatever the new policy or framework. His eagerly-awaited new book continues in this vein and is a must-read for all new teachers. Vitruvian teaching will help you survive your first five years: Year 1: Be resilient (surviving your NQT year) Year 2: Be intelligent (refining your teaching) Year 3: Be innovative (take risks) Year 4: Be collaborative (share and work with others now your classroom practice is secure) Year 5: Be aspirational (moving towards middle leadership) Start working towards Vitruvian today.

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