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Experiences of Reflective Teaching
This article describes a reflective teaching project initiated at the University of Sunderland. It identifies some of the staff development that was required to fulfil the aims of the project. ModelsExpand
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Web 2.0 to Pedagogy 2.0: A Social-Constructivist Approach to Learning Enhanced by Technology
Despite the extensive current use of technology in teaching and supporting learning some have argued that teaching methods have remained largely unchanged in the last century, ‘the school-master from 1909 would feel at home in the classroom in 2009’ (Elliott, 2009, p1). Expand
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The role of the Professional Doctorate in developing professional practice.
AIMS The present study aims to reflect on, and analyse, one particular approach to the award of a Professional Doctorate. BACKGROUND The concept of the 'Professional' Doctorate offers opportunitiesExpand
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Student perceptions of the professional doctorate
This paper explores the expectations which students and employers have of a professional doctorate programme. We present a mixed method study of more than 50 students on a professional doctorateExpand
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Placement Learning and the Code of Practice
This article is a report of a single-site investigation in a post-1992 university which looked at placement learning from a variety of programmes and compared it with the QAA Code of Practice on placement learning. Expand
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Developing the Professional Role of the E-tutor