高等教育読本<br>The Routledgefalmer Reader in Higher Education

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高等教育読本
The Routledgefalmer Reader in Higher Education

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 256 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415327640
  • DDC分類 378

基本説明

Themes: Teaching and learning, Course design, Student experience, Quality, System policy, Institutional management, and Academic writing.

Full Description


The RoutledgeFalmer Reader in Higher Education provides a balanced selection of the last few years' writing on the topic, offering anyone with an interest in higher education an essential reference work.The editor uses his experience to present a range of articles illustrating the variety of methodological approaches and theoretical frameworks that have been applied to the study of higher education. Journal articles from Europe, Australia and Asia cover the following key themes:teaching and learningcourse designstudent experiencequalitysystem policyinstitutional managementacademic writingknowledge.This ground-breaking Reader reflects the range of perspectives that contribute to higher education research. It aims to support the growth of higher education as an emerging field of study.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   xi
Higher education as a field of research 1 (154)
MALCOLM TIGHT
The commission 1 (1)
Possible selection strategies 2 (1)
Themes in higher education research 3 (1)
The selection strategy adopted 4 (1)
Themes and methods 5 (3)
An overview of the articles selected 8 (1)
Overview of higher education research 9 (2)
Higher education as a field of research 11 (1)
Using this book 12 (3)
1 'Classification' and 'judgement': social 15 (22)
class and the 'cognitive structures' of
choice in higher education
STEPHEN BALL, JACKIE DAVIES, MIRIAM DAVID
AND DIANE REAP
Introduction 17 (1)
Distinctions and judgements 18 (5)
School, class and choice 23 (3)
Perception and ranking 26 (4)
Narratives of choice and reasons for 30 (2)
rejection
Commentary 32 (5)
2 Misconceptions about the learning 37 (19)
approaches, motivation and study practices of
Asian students
DAVID KEMBER
Introduction 39 (1)
Approaches to learning 40 (2)
Understanding and memorising 42 (2)
Surface learning because of curriculum 44 (2)
Attitudes to teaching innovation 46 (1)
The need for adaptation 47 (1)
Career motivation 48 (2)
Achieving motive 50 (1)
Remaining characteristics 51 (1)
Conclusion 52 (4)
3 Student, critic and literary text: a 56 (12)
discussion of 'critical thinking' in a
student essay
MARY SCOTT
Introduction 57 (1)
Explicitness as a problem: the case of 58 (1)
'argument'
Critical thinking in the student essay: a 58 (2)
theoretical context
The student's essay 60 (1)
Heller's approach: a demonstration of 60 (2)
'modern theory'
Jessica's approach: a demonstration of 62 (2)
transformations
Pedagogic implications 64 (4)
4 The pressures of assessment in 68 (17)
undergraduate courses and their effect on
student behaviours
LIN NORTON, ALICE TILLEM, STEPHEN NEWSTEAD
AND ARLENE FRANKLYN-STOKES
Introduction 70 (3)
Method 73 (2)
Results 75 (6)
Conclusions 81 (4)
5 Assessment for learning: the differing 85 (14)
perceptions of tutors and students
EFFIE MACLELLAN
Introduction 86 (1)
Method 87 (1)
Results 88 (5)
Discussion 93 (3)
Conclusion 96 (3)
6 The validity of student evaluation of 99 (9)
teaching in higher education: love me, love
my lectures?
MARK SHEVLIN, PHILIP BANYARD, MARK DAMES
AND MARK GRIFFITHS
Introduction 100(2)
Method 102(1)
Results 103(1)
Discussion 103(4)
Appendix 1. Student evaluation 107(1)
questionnaire
7 Graduate employment and work in selected 108(17)
European countries
ULRICH TEICHLER
Introduction 109(1)
Ratio of new entrant students 110(2)
Graduation statistics 112(4)
Employment statistics 116(2)
Other issues 118(2)
Limits of statistics and the role surveys 120(5)
can play
8 The PhD and the autonomous self: gender, 125(15)
rationality and postgraduate pedagogy
LESLEY JOHNSON, ALISON LEE AND BILL GREEN
Introduction 126(3)
'Always-already' independent 129(3)
Invisible pedagogies 132(3)
A new image of the scholar? 135(5)
9 Conceptualising curriculum change 140(15)
RONALD BARNETT, GARETH PARRY AND KELLY COATE
Introduction 141(1)
Curriculum change 142(1)
A curriculum model 143(3)
The knowledge domain 146(1)
The action domain 147(1)
The influence of the domain of work 148(2)
The self domain 150(1)
Changing pedagogies? 151(1)
Conclusions 152(3)
10 Coming to know in higher education: 155(16)
theorising faculty entry to new work contexts
PAUL TROWLER AND PETER KNIGHT
Introduction 156(1)
Not universities but activity systems or 157(2)
communities of practice
Entering activity systems in university 159(3)
life
The individual and activity systems 162(2)
The individual and knowing 164(2)
Implications for professional practice 166(5)
11 Agency, context and change in academic 171(25)
development
RAY LAND
Introduction 172(1)
Orientations to academic development 173(1)
Organizational cultures 173(3)
A model of academic development 176(3)
Academic development and change 179(17)
12 Moving with the times: an oral history of a 196(18)
geography department
ALAN JENKINS AND ANDREW WARD
Introduction 197(1)
Methodology 197(1)
Background: an innovative department 198(1)
Interpretations 199(1)
The staff's story 199(12)
Concluding thoughts 211(3)
13 Conceptions of research: a phenomenographic 214(17)
study
ANGELA BREW
Introduction 215(1)
Background 216(2)
Methodology 218(2)
Findings 220(4)
Analysis of findings 224(3)
Discussion 227(1)
Conclusion 228(3)
14 Flights of imagination: academic women 231(19)
be(com)ing writers
BARBARA GRANT AND SALLY KNOWLES
Introduction 232(1)
The modern scene of women and academic 233(1)
writing
Writing dilemmas 234(3)
How does this understanding infuse our 237(2)
interventions with academic women?
Barbara's project: the writing retreat 239(3)
for academic women
Sally's project: the peer-mentoring 242(3)
programme
The role of academic development in 245(2)
enhancing the experience of writing
Conclusions 247(3)
15 Keeping up performances: an international 250(20)
survey of performance-based funding in higher
education
BEN JONGBLOED AND HANS VOSSENSTEYN
Introduction 251(1)
Some remarks on funding mechanisms 252(2)
Addressing the research questions 254(10)
Comparison and discussion 264(6)
16 The regulation of transnational higher 270(17)
education in southeast Asia: case studies of
Hong Kong, Malaysia and Australia
GRANT MCBURNIE AND CHRISTOPHER ZIGURAS
Introduction 271(2)
Hong Kong 273(3)
Malaysia 276(2)
Australia 278(3)
Conclusion 281(6)
17 Globalisation, new managerialism, academic 287(16)
capitalism and entrepreneurialism in
universities: is the local dimension still
important?
ROSEMARY DEEM
Introduction 288(3)
New managerialism, entrepreneurialism and 291(3)
academic capitalism
Academic capitalism and globalisation 294(2)
Creating entrepreneurial universities 296(2)
Methodology and local-global analyses 298(1)
Conclusion 299(4)
18 Innovation and isomorphism: a case-study of 303
university identity struggle 1969-1999
BJリRN STENSAKER AND JORUNN DAHL NORGARD
1 Introduction 304(1)
2 Theoretical background 304(2)
3 Historical and political context 306(1)
4 Data and methods 307(1)
5 Regional relevance of teaching and 308(2)
research
6 Governance, management and 310(1)
organisational structure
7 Experimenting with new teaching and 311(2)
learning methods
8 Creating meaning to organisational 313(2)
change
9 Conclusion 315