Teaching for Quality Learning

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McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, Nov 1, 2007 - Education - 335 pages
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.Teaching for Quality Learning at University focuses on implementing a constructively aligned outcomes-based model at both classroom and institutional level. The theory, which is now used worldwide as a framework for good teaching and assessment, is shown to: assist university teachers who wish to improve the quality of their own teaching, their students' learning and their assessment of learning outcomes; aid staff developers in providing support for teachers; and, provide a framework for administrators interested in quality assurance and enhancement of teaching across the whole university.The book's how to approach addresses several important issues: designing high level outcomes, the learning activities most likely to achieve them in small and large classes, and appropriate assessment and grading procedures.

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John Biggs is Honorary Professor of Psychology and Adjunct Professor, Centre for the Advancement of University Teaching, University of Hong Kong.

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