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Exploring flying faculty teaching experiences : motivations, challenges and opportunities
‘Flying faculty’ models of teaching represent an important aspect of the internationalisation agenda. As short-term sojourners, these overseas visits provide academics with disorientating dilemmas that can stimulate ...
Developing Outstanding Practice in School-Based Teacher Education
(Critical Publishing Ltd, 2014)
This book is designed to help the growing group of school-based teacher educators and those based in higher education develop excellent professional practice across their institutions. The first part of the book provides ...
Learning through projects : identifying opportunities for individual professional learning and development
This article is based on findings from the evaluation of a project established to enhance learning and teaching in higher education. This project took place within the University of Hertfordshire School of Education in ...
Workforce development and effective evaluation of projects
The success of a project or programme is typically determined in relation to outputs. However, there is a commitment among UK public services to spending public funds efficiently and on activities that provide the greatest ...
Degrees of Democracy Framework : A Review of its Use and Impact
(University of Hertfordshire, 2013-05)
The degrees of democracy framework (DoDF) was designed as an analytical research instrument that could also be used to facilitate reflection and dialogue by anyone concerned with education (school leaders, teachers, students, ...
Recovery approaches in mental health : A qualitative evaluation of the Whole Life Therapy programme for persons with schizophrenia
The recovery approach within mental health services has in recent years been influential in promoting more active participation from service users concerning their treatment and progress, within a move towards models of ...
Kinaesthetic Intersubjectivity: : A dance informed contribution to self-other relatedness and shared experience in nonverbal psychotherapy with an example from Autism
Early interpersonal experiences have been the focus of philosophy and developmental psychology for decades. Concepts of self and self-other relatedness seem to have an onset in early interaction patterns during dyadic ...
Foreword : Nordic Culture as a Resource for Adaptive Response
International students’ first encounters with exams in the UK : superficially similar but deeply different
Although end of course exams remain a key mode of assessment in higher education, little research has focused on international students' experiences of exams. There seems to be a tacit assumption in most literature that ...