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How do you improve teaching quality in higher education? It’s a question that is never too far from the headlines as students, parents and politicians demand more from universities. Publishing more data appears to be the UK’s favoured approach in recent times, with the introduction of the Teaching Excellence Framework adding to other data sets available on student satisfaction and graduate employment rates. Tougher regulation, more student participation in curriculum design or asking industry to step into the classroom are a few other approaches tried in some quarters.
Maguire, T., & Donnelly, R. (2019). Irish plan offers European roadmap to improve teaching. Times Higher Education. Published 5 March on https://www.timeshighereducation.com/irish-plan-offers-european-roadmap-improve-teaching?utm_source=THE+Website+Users&utm_campaign=08503d7177-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_03_04_02_56&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_daa7e51487-08503d7177-62223829