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Conceptualising the Relationship Between Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Research

Date: 20 February 2008 Time: 12.30 pm-2.00 pm

'Conceptualising the Relationship Between Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Research'

Paul Ashwin, Educational Research, Lancaster University

Research Seminar, Wednesday 20th February 2008,12.30 - 2.00 pm, IAS Meeting Room 1, all welcome.

In this seminar, I will examine the range of ways that are available for understanding the relationship between teaching and learning in higher education research. In critically reviewing research from phenomenographic, approaches to teaching and learning, academic literacies and social practice approaches, I will argue that each of these approaches separates teaching from learning in some way and in doing so treats academics and students as if they are engaged in separate processes. I will examine the implications of this separation for the explanations that are offered by research into teaching and learning in higher education before considering whether other approaches, less commonly used in research into teaching and learning in higher education, offer a more interactive way of understanding the relationship between teaching and learning.

For further information please contact Dee Daglish 01524 592679 d.daglish@lancaster.ac.uk

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