Serving as a comprehensive introduction to those new to teaching in higher education, this essential guide discusses pedagogical approaches that are current in higher education and the wider responsibilities of teaching within higher education. This book outlines the key aspects of navigating the role, including becoming a personal tutor and supporting the needs of a diverse student body. Readers will benefit from advice on promoting wellness, best practice while teaching and enjoying their role as they embark on their first academic job. It also underlines throughout that all lecturers need to be guided by a set of values around respect for students and the need to create learning environments that move away from any ‘ghetto’ style approaches to higher education. It suggests that our values as lecturers are key to us creating and exemplifying the much-needed ethical and just practice in our classrooms so that they mirror the kind of society we would like to live in and enable every student to feel as though they ‘belong’ at university.
|Place of Publication||Abingdon|
|Number of pages||114|
|ISBN (Print)||9780367760564, 9780367767587|
|Publication status||Published - 26 Sept 2023|