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Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 3: Applied Analysis, 5 hec (HPE103)

This course is an online course.

The overall aim is for students to enhance their knowledge and ability to analyse, debate and develop teaching and learning on the basis of research and proven experience, and demonstrate this in an independent paper which provides an account of pedagogical development in higher education.

The overarching theme of the course is reflective knowledge of teaching and learning in higher education. This theme is discussed, interrogated, and analysed continuously throughout the course. The reflection of participants is documented in an independent paper which provides an account of a project to develop higher education.

General information about our courses in teaching and learning in higher education

Please note that this course is only offered to staff, to doctoral students and to applicants for docentship at the University of Gothenburg. Please also note the Prerequisites below.

Course leader: Linda Bradley
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Syllabus HPE103

Reading list: The current reading list will be available in PIL's LibGuide for course literature (see the guide's left column) no later than eight weeks before the course starts.

Autumn 2017

Start date: Thursday 14 September
Examination dates: See the course schedule

Prerequisites

  • You must be an employee or doctoral candidate at University of Gothenburg and have a Degree of Bachelor or equivalent.
  • You must have passed the course Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 1: Basic Course, 5 hec (HPE101).
  • You must have passed the course Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 2: Subject Field Pedagogy, 5 hec (HPE102).

(It is not necessary to have completed HPE101 and HPE102 at the time that you apply, but you must have passed the courses before you can start HPE103. When you click on the link "Apply for the course here!", you will find information about the last day to supplement your application.)

Fee for not using an allocated place

An allocated place on any of our courses is offered for free, on condition that it is used. Read more about the fee for not using an allocated place

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