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- A professional development framework for teaching in higher education
- Brown, Natalie; Bower, Matt; Skalicky, Jane; Wood, Leigh; Donovan, Diane; Loch, Birgit; Bloom, Walter; Joshi, Nalini
- This paper outlines a professional development framework for teachers in higher education, based on the United Kingdom Professional Standards Framework. The framework outlined in this paper has been designed to align with a range of other evolving models of tertiary teaching standards, extending these to identify performance indicators at three different levels of operation: teaching classes, coordinating units and, leading programs. The model is generic in terms of its overall design, but explicitly incorporates disciplinarity within the levels of operation to enable application to a variety of fields. The way in which this framework will be tailored for teaching mathematical sciences, as part of an Australian Learning and Teaching Council Project, is also discussed.
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- Research and Development in Higher Education: Reshaping Higher Education: proceedings of the 33rd Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia Annual International Conference (HERDSA 2010), Melbourne, Australia, 06-09 July 2010 / M. Devlin, J. Nagy and A. Lichtenberg (eds.), Vol. 33
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