1st Edition

Learning and Teaching for Business Case Studies of Successful Innovation

Edited By David Hawkridge, Roland Kaye Copyright 2003
    240 Pages
    by Routledge

    by Routledge

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    This collection of best practice examples of business teaching should inspire and inform those involved in the improvement of teaching in higher education. Assembled by the Learning and Teaching Support Network the examples are drawn from institutions throughout the UK including: The Open University, Sheffield Hallam, City University, St Andrews, Brighton, De Montfort, Liverpool John Moores, Glasgow, Leeds Met and Plymouth. Individual case studies focus on everything from the use of action learning, resource based learning, using technology and peer assessment to the development of a knowledge management system.

    'This is a very readable text which would be of interest to those intending to become more innovative in their teaching practice.' - Innovations in Education and Teaching International

    'Each case study tells a story rather than setting out a piece of research, and this makes the individual chapters very readable.' - Nick Rushby, British Journal of Educational Technology