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Invisible labour

Do we need to reoccupy student engagement policy?

Sarah Hayes

patterns in these examples from university policy documents support the claim made by Zepke that there is ‘an approach to knowledge that makes it largely invisible in the engagement discourse, a view of learning that emphasises outcomes and performance, and

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Mike Neary and Joss Winn

likely to benefit the growth of alternate co-operative provision. However, what appears to be deregulation of the higher education market is, paradoxically, countered by stronger regulation through a greater reliance on teaching-related performance

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Active learning in criminal justice

The benefits of student investigation of wrongful convictions in a higher education setting

Jill Dealey

together. For example, if teachers set an objective in which students are asked to critically analyse the performance of the criminal justice system in relation to miscarriages of justice, this will require a learning outcome to this effect and teaching

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Fern Thompsett

explicitly anti-capitalist end – for example, I heard of sessions on Japanese Cinema, a reading course on Finnegan’s Wake , parkour, yoga and freeform performance events. According to David Brazil, it is the very for-its-own-sakeness, and thus the ‘a

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Naïve scientists and conflict analysis

Learning through case studies

R. William Ayres

the newer version mastered the underlying concepts and ideas at least as well as students in the more traditional model. All of the comparative data point in the direction of increased performance, suggesting that the newer model is on the whole

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Neriko Musha Doerr

) followed by kapahaka (Māori song and dance performance), in the format of a Māori ceremonial greeting. Despite the views of some non-Māori parents introduced earlier, two learning experiences, discussed below, suggest the bilingual students were global

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‘Being TED’

The university intellectual as globalised neoliberal consumer self

Wesley Shumar

Performance Management: The Silent Revolution at Danish Universities , Copenhagen : DJOF Publishing , 79 – 99 .

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Inside the global teaching machine

MOOCs, academic labour and the future of the university

Michael A. Peters

, Special issue of Knowledge Cultures 1 , no. 4 . MarketsandMarkets ( 2015 ) Learning Management Systems (LMS) market by products (content management, performance management, communication and collaboration, administration, learner management, others

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Higher education in the paradigm of speed

Student perspectives on the risks of fast-track degree completion

Laura Louise Sarauw and Simon Ryberg Madsen

to be acting in the interests of the wider public ( Macfarlane 2017: 45 ). Macfarlane argues that students are asked to conform to a series of performance-based targets, which have become more and more detailed, leaving reduced room for professional

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Aimee Haley

colleges do not elicit as much prestige as research, and compared to the old universities, ‘the new ones have been criticized for weak performances in both research and education’ ( Holmberg and Hallonsten 2015: 189 ). Such perceptions of prestige may