|aTeaching in higher education /|cby Lucinda Becker, Pam Denicolo.
|aviii, 163 p. ;|c24 cm.
|aSuccess in research
|a1. Introduction : Ways to use this book -- 2. Why teach? : How much can I handle? ; How might I start to teach? ; Research seminars -- 3. Seminar presentations to your peers : Research seminar opportunities ; Why contribute to a research seminar? ; Preparing the right material ; Getting the tone right ; Maximising the benefits -- 4. Leading an undergraduate seminar : Allow students the freedom to express an opinion, even the 'wrong' opinion ; Allow students to ask questions, even the 'wrong' questions ; Allow you to talk through a topic, even the 'wrong' topic ; Allow you to share your expertise, even the 'wrong' expertise ; Why lead a seminar? ; Your role as educator ; Setting objectives for seminars ; Getting the timing right ; Encouraging discussion -- 5. Dynamic learning environments : Preparing your material ; Judging and balancing time ; Structuring your aims and objectives ; A series of dynamic learning events ; Techniques for encouraging engagement ; Recording events ; Peer support and assessment -- 6. Lectures : Why give a lecture? ; Getting the brief ; Thinking in context ; Lecture performance ; Teaching aids ; Interactivity ; Learning hurdles ; Timing the preparation ; Decisions to make ; Show you care ; Preparing to write the lecture ; Planning the lecture ; Writing the lecture ; Getting your timing right ; Practising ; Nerves ; Reflections -- 7. Productive teaching aids : Do you need teaching aids? ; What options do you have? -- 8. Handling assessment : A special note about evaluation ; The marking rhythm ; Marking criteria ; Setting examination questions ; Moderation and double marking ; Written feedback ; Tutorials.
內容簡介top Teaching in Higher Education 簡介 This book is designed to take you step by step through each teaching experience you will face. It includes advice, practical exercises, top tips and words of warning on:- seminar presentations to your peers- leading undergraduate seminars- choosing material for teaching- preparing productive teaching aids- giving lectures- dynamic learning environments- handling assessment- success as a guest speaker- mentoringThis is a practical 'how-to' guide which is supported throughout by accessible explorations of how teaching can support your research. Written by lecturers who have taught for many years, the 'voice of experience' sections will support and encourage you in your move towards becoming a successful and confident educator.