A key component of building your case for Associate Fellowship is demonstrating that you have an understanding of relevant scholarly literature. Literature, for our purposes, refers to both the scholarship of teaching and learning and physics-specific literature.
The sources listed here are not exhaustive. You are expected to do appropriate reading to support what you end up writing about in your case.
Sources will be added to this list as appropriate. If, however, you find a particularly good resource let us know and we'll add it.
Scholarship of teaching and learning
- Biggs, J. (1999) 'What the student does: Teaching for enhanced learning', Higher Education Research and Development 18:1, 57-75.
- Biggs, J. and K. Collins, eds (1982) Evaluating the Quality of Learning; The SOLO Taxonomy. New York: Academic Press.
- Biggs, J. and C. Tang (2011) Teaching for Quality Learning at University. 4th ed. Maidenhead, UK: McGraw-Hill Education.
- Entwistle, N. and P. Ramsden (2015) Understanding Student Learning. London: Routledge.
- Exley, K. and R. Dennick (2004) Small group teaching: Tutorials, seminars and beyond. London: Routledge
- Fry, H., S. Letteridge, S. Marshall eds (2014) A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Enhancing Academic Practice. 4th ed. London: Kogan Page.
- Harland, T. (2012) University Teaching - An introductory guide. Oxon: Routledge
- Gibbs. G. and T. Habeshaw (1992) Preparing to teach: An introduction to effective teaching in Higher Education. 2nd ed. Bristol: Technical and Educational Services.
- Huddleston, P. and L. Unwin (2013) Teaching and learning in further education: diversity and change. London; New York: Routledge, 4th ed.
- Huston, T. (2009) Teaching What You Don't Know. London: Harvard University Press.
- Laursen, S. and C. Rasmussen (2019) 'I on the prize: Inquiry approaches in undergraduate mathematics', International Journal of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education 5:1, 129-46.
- Light, G, R. Cox and S. Calkins (2014) Learning and Teaching in Higher Education - The Reflective Professional. London: Sage
- Morss, K. and R. Murray (2005) Teaching at University: A Guide for Postgraduates and Researchers. London: Sage.
- Race, P. (2020 The Lecturer's Toolkit: A practical guide to assessment, learning and teaching. 5th Edition. Abingdon: Routledge.
- Race, P. (2014) Making Learning Happen - A guide for post-compulsory education. London: Sage
- Ramsden, P. (2003) Learning to Teach in Higher Education. London, Routledge.
- Springer, L., M. Stanne, S. Donovan (1999) 'Effects of small-group learning on undergraduates in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology: A meta-analysis', Review of Educational Research 69:1, 21-51.
- Airey, J. (2018), 'Building on research - how can we take a scholarly approach to teaching and learning?', University of Stockholm. [slides available here]
- Bartlett, P. (2019), 'Don't answer the question! How on-line Moodle-based 'Data Retrieval Tests' encourage good record-keeping and a divergent experimental mindset for undergraduate physics students', Physics Education preprint.
- Bartlett, P., and K. Dunnett (2019), 'Secret objectives: promoting inquiry and tackling preconceptions in teaching laboratories', Phyics Education preprint.
- Donovan, P. (2014), 'Closing the feedback loop: physicsundergraduates’ use of feedback comments onlaboratory coursework', Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education 39:8, 1017-29.
- Dunnett, K. (2019), 'Assessing first-year undergraduate physics students’ laboratory practices: seeking toencourage research behaviours', European Journal of Physics 40 015702.
- Dunnett, K., M. Kristiansson, G. Eklund, H. Öström, A. Rydh, F. Hellberg (2020), 'Transforming physics laboratory work from 'cookbook' type to genuine inquiry', Physics Education reprint.
- Holmes, N. and C. Wieman (2018), 'Introductory physics labs: We can do better', Physics Today 71, 1, 38.
- Ofqual (2019), 'The impact of qualification reform on the practical skills of A level science students'. Coventry: Ofqual.