Team Teaching in Higher Education: Reflections on the Added Value of Team Teaching on Student and Staff Learning Experiences
A reflective paper exploring the experience of two senior lecturers in a business school who experimented with team teaching over an academic year to assess the impact on learning.
||Curriculum Pedagogy, Learner Diversity, Team Teaching, Added Value, Pedagogic Isolation, Student learning, Tutor learning
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 6, pp.85-90.
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Wendy has taught across range of undergraduate and postgraduate professional courses and is the Field Chair of HRM.She has a wealth of organisational experience gained in the public and private sector and has worked in Australia and Japan.
Marilyn has taught on many undergarduate and postgraduate professional courses specialising in the field of HRM. She has a wide work experience of organisations from both the public and private sectors and international work experience in Canada.
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