ABSTRACT

This text explores a range of strategies, both institutional and individual, which have been developed by academic and support staff, to foster the kind of atmosphere, facilities and attitudes in relation to learning which support systems.

part |78 pages

Systems and Structures to Enable Student Learning

chapter |10 pages

Towards Total Quality Education

Policy and Implementation of the Students' Charter
ByMichael Gregory

chapter |14 pages

What Price Reflection?

ByRobert Simpson, Tony Wailey

chapter |10 pages

Student Guidance on Modular Schemes

The Need for Integrated Systems
ByJan Bamford, John Goodfellow

chapter |13 pages

The Unitized Wheel of Fortune

ByAnnette Wilson, Stephen Wilson

chapter |10 pages

Use of the Study Support Service

ByKeith Guest

part |97 pages

Strategies and Support for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Teaching and Learning

chapter |16 pages

Can You Teach an Old Dog New Tricks?

Student Induction on an HND Extension Degree
ByClare Brindley, Peter Cuthbert

chapter |5 pages

Supplemental Instruction

Helping Students to Help Each Other
ByDeanna C. Martin, F. Kim Wilcox

chapter |14 pages

Encouraging Students

Making the Passive Active at the Nottingham Trent University
ByIan Solomonides, Malcolm Swannell

chapter |8 pages

Using Scaffolding to Enable Student Learning

A New Zealand Computer Programming Experience
ByJohn Waddick, Pamela Wood, Maxine Alterio

chapter |14 pages

Designing a Computer-based Learning Application in the Biological Sciences

ByErica J. Morris, Mike A. Tribe

chapter |8 pages

Support for New Supervisors of Research Students

ByStephen J. Fallows

chapter |12 pages

Using Practical Assessment to Support Student Learning

A Case Study
ByNick Sutcliffe

chapter |1 pages

Conclusions

BySally Brown, Gina Wisker