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Introductory Bibliography

General Pedagogy

  • Booth, A., and Hyland, P. The Practice of University History Teaching. Manchester, 2000
  • Booth, A., ‘Integrative Learning and Humanities Education’ Arts and Humanities in Higher Education. 10:1 (2011), 47-65
  • Booth, A., 'The Traditional Standpoint of Historians: Tradition and the Construction of Educational Identity in Late Twentieth-Century British Higher Education Contemporary British History', 24:4 (2010), 493-509
  • Calder, Lendol, 'Uncoverage: Toward a Signature Pedagogy for the History Survey', The Journal of American History, Vol. 92, No. 4 (Mar., 2006), pp. 1358-1370
  • Fry, H. Ketteridge S., and Marshall, S. A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. London, 1999
  • Pace, D., and Middendorf, J. Decoding the Disciplines: Helping Students Learn Disciplinary Ways of Learning, New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 2004

Small Group Teaching

Resources

Further Reading

  • Bligh, D. Teach Thinking by Discussion. London: Society for Research into Higher Education, 1986.
  • Frederick, P. “Motivating History Students by Active Learning in the History Classroom.” In Teaching to Think Historically, edited by R. Blackey. Washington, D.C., 1999.

Large Group Teaching

Resources

Further Reading

  • Heitzmann, R. “Ten commandments for enhancing lecturing in history” Teaching History: A Journal of Methods (2009): 70-79.
  • Race, P. and Brown, S. Lecturing: A Practical Guide. London, 2002.

Assessment

Resources

Further Reading

  • Brown, G. Bull J., and Pendlebury, M. Assessing Student Learning in Higher Education. London, 1997
  • Hyland, P. “Learning from Feedback on Assessment.” In The Practice of University History Teaching, edited by A. Booth and P. Hyland, 233-247. Manchester, 2000

eLearning

Resources

Further Reading

  • Beetham, H. and Sharpe, R. Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital Age. London, 2007.
  • Collis, B. and Moonen, J., Flexible Learning in a Digital World. Open & Distance Learning Series. London, 2001.
  • Kirkwood, A., and Price, L., ‘Learners and Learning in the Twenty-First Century: What do We Know About Students’ Attitudes Towards and Experiences of Information and Communication Technologies that Will Help Us Design Courses?’, Studies in Higher Education, 30:3 (2005), 257-74.
  • Prensky, M. Teaching Digital Natives: Partnering for Real Learning. London, 2010.

Work-Based Learning

Resources

Further Reading

  • Assiter, A. Transferable Skills in Higher Education. London: Kogan Page, 1995
  • Costley, C. “The Boundaries and Frontiers of Work-Based Learning” in Work-based Learning and the University: New Perspectives and Practices, edited by P. Portwood and C. Costley. SEDA Paper, 2005: 109: 23-34
  • Harvey, L. “Defining and Measuring Employability” Quality in Higher Education 7:2 (2001): 97-109.