Starting a career in university lecturing is an exciting step. Because of the independence and autonomy that the role offers, you might lack confidence when starting out in this job. You may only receive limited practical advice and training before you are expected to appear in front of a class of students. Sound familiar? If so, read on: this eGuide is for you!
'Lecturing Skills' eGuide
Whether you are still doing your PhD and are teaching for the first time, or are starting a temporary or permanent contract, this eGuide will guide you in developing your skills. It offers practical tips and advice on how to cope with common problems inside and outside the classroom.
Included in this eGuide are the following topics:
- Integrating Teaching Responsibilities with admin and research
- Curriculum design
- Moving away from standard assessments
- Team Teaching on large modules
- Research led teaching
- Use of e-learning portals
- Supervising undergraduate dissertations
- Integrating work experience/work placement into your teaching
- What extra support can you offer students
- Teaching students with English as a second language
- Promoting International Student Exchanges
- Personal Development Planning for students