Preface to the fourth edition Acknowledgements Chapter 1: How students really learn Chapter 2: Designing assessment and feedback to enhance learning Chapter 3: Lectures in the digital age Chapter 4: Making small-group teaching work Chapter 5: Resource-based learning in the digital age Chapter 6: Looking after yourself Chapter 7: Challenges and reflections References
Phil Race is a Visiting Professor at Plymouth University and at University Campus, Suffolk, and Emeritus Professor of Leeds Metropolitan University. He is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and a National Teaching Fellow. He continues to travel widely in the UK and abroad giving conference keynotes and running staff development workshops in universities and colleges. His other publications include Making Learning Happen (2014) and How to Get a Good Degree (2007). For further information, visit www.phil-race.co.uk.
"If you currently favour traditional lecturing and written examinations, The Lecturer's Toolkit may contain a series of revelations. If instead you have a passion for active teaching and assessment and you are looking for a refined and highly readable compendium of wisdom and insight, this book comes highly recommended." -Education in Chemistry