In higher education, students are being asked, increasingly, to extrapolate from their experiences, to evaluate and profile their skills, to reflect on performance and attitudes, and to work with peers. It is often helpful for those in authority to undergo the kinds of activities that are set for those over whom they have influence. This chapter is designed to offer teaching staff an opportunity to experience for themselves some of the approaches which are used with their students, focusing on learning development and study skills teaching. It also offers practitioners a chance to develop a greater appreciation of what they achieve as lecturers and tutors, and to pinpoint their own staff development needs.
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