Teaching at University: A Guide for Postgraduates and Researchers

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SAGE Publications, Oct 3, 2005 - Education - 216 pages

Teaching at University has been written to provide you with the basic skills required to enter those first lectures, tutorials, lab-sessions, and assessments with confidence. Clear and engaging throughout, this guide will offer:

  • Accessible and generic language to support postgraduates in all disciplines
  • Basic but relevant advice
  • A direct and practical approach and style
  • An emphasis on helping you to get started and build up your confidence in the first few classes you teach
  • Integration of theory (in small doses) with practice

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Contents

Quality Assurance and All That
169
Continuing Professional Development
184
References
202
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