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      Quality teaching through openness and collaboration – an alternative to the TEF?

      Compass: Journal of Learning and Teaching

      Educational Development Unit, University of Greenwich

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          In this opinion piece, I offer an alternative vision to the TEF that positions universities at the heart of communities and society through greater collaboration among higher education institutions and involving the public. I argue that this approach is a rewarding way for academic staff to develop their teaching capabilities and innovate, to improve the student taught experience at universities. Using measures such engagement in professional development and innovations in teaching as a result of it that have an impact on student learning, is my alternative to the TEF.

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          Life-Long Life-Wide and Life-Deep Learning

           Philip Bell (2020)
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            Journal
            Compass: Journal of Learning and Teaching
            Compass
            Educational Development Unit, University of Greenwich
            2044-0081
            2044-0073
            May 15 2017
            May 15 2017
            : 10
            : 2
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            10.21100/compass.v10i2.485
            © 2017

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