|Title: ||30 Recent Research Outputs - - The Teaching for Learning Network: A Research and Development Initiative in Higher Education (BERA 2007: TfLN - a Research and Development Initiative in Higher Education)|
|Authors: ||Irvine, N|
|Issue Date: ||30-Mar-2010|
|Abstract: ||Abstract of Paper Presented at the Annual Conference of the British Education Research Association, September 2007. This paper describes a series of education research initiatives undertaken at the University of Cambridge under the auspices of the Pedagogy Programme of the Cambridge-MIT Institute (CMI). These have involved collaboration between groups of staff and students in a variety of participating departments, and a team of education researchers based at the Centre for Applied Research in Education Technologies (CARET). This collaboration has involved development of research designs and instruments, collection and co-interpretation of data and the facilitation of user engagement and dissemination activities. The project has aimed from the outset to generate and share both theoretical and practical knowledge about pedagogical practices and the institutional conditions that promote their use in support of student learning.|
|Appears in Collections:||CARET - Teaching for Learning Network|
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