Separating the 'teaching' from the 'academic': Possible unintended consequences
Academics'development as teachers is traditionally considered independently from their development in other aspects of their work, or from their development as an academic holistically. Through the analysis of two previous phenomenographic studies of academics' experiences of: (1) their growth and development as an academic holistically; and (2) their growth and development as a university teacher in particular, this paper explores interrelationships between the experience of developing as an...[Show more]
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