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Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Disciplinary Approaches to Educational Enquiry

Elizabeth Cleaver
Maxine Lintern
Mike McLinden
March 2014   272 pages   SAGE Publications Ltd   
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Paperback ISBN: 9781446254639 £27.99
Hardcover ISBN: 9781446254622 £85.00
Ebook ISBN: 9781473904163
PART ONE: UNDERSTANDING EDUCATIONAL ENQUIRY
What is educational enquiry and why is it important? Elizabeth Cleaver, Maxine Lintern and Mike McLinden
What do I need to know before I read educational literature? Mike McLinden, Elizabeth Cleaver and Maxine Lintern
How is educational literature evidenced and reviewed? Mike McLinden, Elizabeth Cleaver and Maxine Lintern
What about ethics and safety? Elizabeth Cleaver, Maxine Lintern and Mike McLinden
What kind of data should I collect and use? Maxine Lintern, Mike McLinden and Elizabeth Cleaver
What about dissemination? Maxine Lintern, Mike McLinden and Elizabeth Cleaver
PART TWO: ENQUIRY IN THE DISCIPLINES
Enquiry into learning and teaching in the physical sciences Helen King and Tina Overton
Enquiry into learning and teaching in mathematics and engineering Michael Grove and Joe Kyle
Enquiry into learning and teaching in the life sciences Helen Barefoot and Mark Russell
Enquiry into learning and teaching in arts and creative practice Susan Orr and Julian McDougall
Enquiry into learning and teaching in the humanities Rebecca O'Loughlin and Elaine Fulton
Enquiry into learning and teaching in the health professions Sharon Buckley and Patricia Fell
Enquiry into learning and teaching in the professions: the case of law Rob Clucas and Gerry Johnstone

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