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Diversity and social integration on higher education campuses in India and the UK : student and staff perspectives
This paper reports findings from the first year of a UK-India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI), 'Widening participation: Diversity, isolation or integration in Higher Education?' Over a three-year period this ...
Entrances and exits: changing perceptions of primary teaching as a career for men
The number of men in teaching has always been small, particularly in early childhood, but those that do come into teaching usually do so for the same reasons as women, namely enjoyment of working with children, of wanting ...
Missing Men in Education
(Trentham Books, 2006)
This book reports on the ten years' research by the authors into men in teaching. There is much concern about boys' underachievement in schools compared to girls. But attributing this to the dearth of men in teaching is ...
Enhancing learning and teaching through funded, in-house, learning and teaching projects: A report on a research project
In the current quality enhancement climate that dates back to Dearing (NCIHE, 1997), many universities are encouraging their staff to research into their own teaching practice, to innovate and to disseminate new ideas, ...
Using a Managed Learning Environment in Higher Education: the students' views
(Hawaii International Conference on Education, 2005)
The Dearing Report (NCEHE, 1997: 13.1), called for the effective use of information technology in learning and teaching in higher Education, suggesting that it, ‘… holds out much promise for improving the quality, flexibility ...
Changing Pedagogy: Does the Introduction of Networked Learning Have an Impact on Teaching
The University of Hertfordshire s Managed Learning Environment initiative, known as StudyNet, was developed in-house. Throughout the development, the enhancement of learning and teaching quality has remained a central ...