FDTL voices : drawing from learning and teaching projects

Laura Hodsdon, Rachel Segal, Tony Brown, Julie Hughes, Christopher Stokes, Chris Turnock

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    Abstract

    This publication draws on insights and experiences from individuals and teams within learning and teaching development projects in higher education. It considers lessons learnt from the processes, outcomes and tangible outputs of the projects across the spectrum of the FDTL initiative, with the intention that colleagues can draw on and benefit from this experience. The overriding theme at the heart of every FDTL project has been the desire to achieve some form of positive and meaningful change at the level of the individual, institution or discipline. The continuing legacy of the programme has been to create wider community involvement as projects have engaged with the higher education sector on multiple levels - personal, institutional, practice, and policy. This publication has remained throughout a collaborative endeavour, supported by Academy colleagues. It is based around the four themes emerging from the initiative as a whole: • Sectoral/Organisational Change • Conceptual Change • Professional and Personal Development Partnership and • Project Management
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherHigher Education Academy
    ISBN (Print)9781907207136
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2009

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