‘The scholarship of learning, teaching and organizing in higher education’

Colleagues, A fantastic resource!


We’ve put together a virtual special issue, guest edited by Paul Ashwin and Didi Griffioen, consisting of a selection of articles related to ‘The scholarship of learning, teaching and organizing in higher education’ which is the central theme of the Higher Education Conference 2016.


Articles include:


The use of learner-centred assessment practices in the United States: the influence of individual and institutional contexts
Studies in Higher Education
Carrie B. Myers & Scott M. Myers


Socio-cultural adaptation, academic adaptation and satisfaction of international higher degree research students in Australia
Tertiary Education and Management
Baohua Yu & Ewan Wright


Teacher–parent partnership: an authentic teacher education model to improve student outcomes
Journal of Further and Higher Education
Mary M. Murray & Mariana Mereoiu


We have included articles situated in a variety of national contexts and that focus on different types of higher education, including undergraduate/postgraduate and vocational/academic higher education. As a collection these articles highlight the importance of thinking carefully about the ways that learning, teaching, and organising practices are intertwined and shaped by a range of actors and contexts.


You can gain free access to all articles included here.


Katie Whittington

Routledge Education Journals

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