A Critical Introduction to Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
This volume offers a concise, critically informed, and practically focused introduction to learning and teaching in higher education. It covers key issues such as how students learn, teaching practice and the vexed subject of excellence, contemporary approaches to assessment and feedback, the impacts of technologies, and curriculum design and leadership. It offers an honest, accessible introduction to the subject, whilst keeping a critical eye on the pressures faced by teachers and students in higher education today.
Phil Robinson-Self has worked in higher education across a number of universities and a diverse range of roles, in areas including teaching, curriculum leadership, academic development, and quality enhancement. He has a PhD in English literature from the University of Exeter, UK, and has been a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) since 2016. Along with colleagues he received an Advance HE Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence in 2018. His publications, research and teaching interests include English literature and culture of the late medieval and early modern periods, pedagogical theory and practice, and academic leadership.
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