What constitutes high quality teaching and learning and how to assure it

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The evaluation and continuous improvement of the quality of teaching and learning in higher education is an issue of sustained concern. While most universities are implementing systems of quality assurance, there is substantial variation in the principles underlying these systems. La Trobe University has developed and implemented a university-wide system of quality assurance that ensures that each subject is systematically reviewed and enhanced by those teaching in the subject. While it incorporates compulsory student evaluation of teaching of each subject the result of this student evaluation is not the focus of the quality assurance system. The focus is on ensuring that those teaching the subject, reflect on and make recommendations for further improvement of the subject. Outlines the quality assurance system, the principles on which it is based and describes and analyses the processes engaged in during its development. © 1998, MCB UP Limited




Martens, E., & Prosser, M. (1998). What constitutes high quality teaching and learning and how to assure it. Quality Assurance in Education, 6(1), 28–36. https://doi.org/10.1108/09684889810200368

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