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Pedagogies for the Future

Leading Quality Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

Brandenburg, Robyn, Z. Wilson, Jacqueline (Eds.)

2013, XIV, 140 p.


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Pedagogies for the Future illustrates a unique and exciting endeavor whereby a group of academics across one university developed a professional learning community for the purposes of investigating, articulating and developing their scholarship of practice. Through their collaborative efforts, these educator-researchers sit at the forefront of calls to take teaching seriously in higher education and to recognize the powerful potential of interdisciplinary collaboration. The book provides a model for establishing learning communities in higher education and demonstrates that such work is not only possible but also successful. From vision to reality, Pedagogies for the Future offers important insights into the complex nature of researching teaching and learning in higher education from the perspectives of those directly engaged in it. This book will be of great interest and value to both scholars and administrators. Associate Professor Amanda Berry Leiden University, The Netherlands Pedagogies for the Future is an ambitious but critically important work … This book reminds us of the complex interactions between culture and pedagogy and the importance of paying the closest possible attention to the effects of how we teach and how well our students learn. Professor Tom Russell Queen’s University, Canada

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Keywords » higher education - pedagogy - professional learning - teaching

Related subjects » Education & Language

Table of contents 

The Cover: Pedagogies for the Future; Acknowledgements; The Authors; 1. Pedagogies for the Future: Leading Quality Learning and Teaching in Higher Education; 2. Stepping Out in Style: Leading the Way in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education; 3. When Their Experience Meets Ours: Learning About Teaching Through Reflection and Student Voice; 4. Toward A Pedagogy of Well-Being for Early Childhood Pre-Service Educators; 5. An Aboriginal Pathway to Learning: My Story: A Conversation with Bonnie Fagan; 6. Environmental Science and Experiential Learning: A Conversation; 7. Learning to Think Like a Teacher Educator: Pedagogy, Practice and Performance; 8. Layered Stories as Opportunities to Show and Engage in Learning; 9. “Back to the Future”: Building Mentoring Capacity in Physical Education Teacher Education Students: An “Assessment for Learning” Approach; 10. Students’ Beliefs Regarding Philosophical Study and Their Development as Critical Thinkers; 11. Letter to a Dead Philosopher: Formative Assessment for Deep Learning; 12. Educational Dissonance: Reconciling a Radical Upbringing and a Conformist Career; Index.

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