Value Development In Higher Education

Author: Marmar Mukhopadhyay
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ISBN: 9788176499545
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Value Development In Higher Education from the Author: Marmar Mukhopadhyay. The book includes in three sections philosophical bases of value development, symposia and a debate on value education, and value-depicting life episodes. Section on philosophical bases of value education covers Swami Vivekananada, Rabindranath Tagore, Bahai s phenomenological schools, and a sustainable premise and framework for value development. It also provides a multi-module curriculum for value development in higher education. The symposia brings in around a few carefully chosen questions and viewpoints of a Vedantic scholar and statesman, a Humanist economist, a management scientist, Marxist leader of teachers in higher education, a diplomat turned educationist. The debate is joined and taken to a strand by the editor with his own scholarly punch and convictions as an educational thinker. Last section contains a number of life episodes in the form of stories extremely readable and commended upon.These episodes provide a sound basis for generating discussion and debates .

Moral Values And Higher Education

Author: Dennis L. Thomson
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791407936
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Moral Values And Higher Education from the Author: Dennis L. Thomson. In this book, eleven prominent scholars discuss the moral condition of contemporary society and the appropriate response from universities. Specifically, they address such issues as the extent to which university curriculums should treat ethics or human values; what universities and faculties should do to improve the moral thinking and responsibility of students; and what contributions universities can make in improving the morality of society in general.

Higher Education For Modern Societies

Author: Sjur Bergan
Publisher: Council of Europe
ISBN: 9789287167774
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Higher Education For Modern Societies from the Author: Sjur Bergan. Developing learners' competence is an important part of the mission of higher education. The kind of competences that higher education should develop depend on what we see as the purposes of higher education. The term "converging competences" points to the need not only to train individuals for specific tasks, but to educate the whole person. Education is about acquiring skills, but also about acquiring values and attitudes. As education policies move from an emphasis on process to a stronger emphasis on the results of the education processes, learning outcomes have come to be seen as an essential feature of policies both in Europe and North America. This book explores the roles and purposes of higher education in modern, complex societies and the importance of competences in this respect. Although public debate in Europe could give the impression that the sole purpose of higher education is to prepare for the labour market, this important role is complemented by at least three others: preparation for democratic citizenship, personal development and the development of a broad and advanced knowledge base. This work draws on the experiences in both Europe and North America to underline that the discussion is not in fact about which of these different purposes is the "real" one; they are all important, and they coexist.

Values In Higher Education Teaching

Author: Tony Harland
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136902686
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Values In Higher Education Teaching from the Author: Tony Harland. Values in Higher Education Teaching explores the way in which teaching, research, learning and higher education are a values enterprise and that an exploration of values is necessary to work out the full purposes of a higher education to guide practices and help academics understand academic work. Values inform thinking and actions and although this is well recognized, values are seldom brought to the forefront of inquiries as practices in higher education are developed. This book argues that by putting values firmly on the agenda of those who teach, work and learn in higher education the academic profession can open up new spaces for value conversations and potentially transform the way in which they practice. Values in Higher Education Teaching is key reading for university lecturers, those with responsibility for leadership and management of higher education and postgraduates studying for higher degrees in higher education. There are few books that directly address the broad and complex question of values in teaching in higher education yet at the same time values are widely recognised as permeating all our practices. In this sense an accepted part of academic life remains in the realm of ‘taken for granted’ rather than being consciously and explicitly explored and practiced. The book deals with the idea of values in both a philosophical and practical manner. It is based on original research and uses both empirical data and theory to address teaching values in higher education and the current values of the higher education system. It explores what academics have valued historically in teaching and also addresses the major reforms of the last 20 years. Reforms have essentially changed the nature of western higher education but have made little real difference to the outcomes for student learning and society whereas teaching with values in all subjects has the potential to radically alter student experiences.

The Effective Evaluation Of Training And Development In Higher Education

Author: Bob Thackwray
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135364702
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The Effective Evaluation Of Training And Development In Higher Education from the Author: Bob Thackwray. This text argues that higher education must develop better and more consistent practices with regards to the evaluation of training and development. It provides a guide to practices and uses examples and case studies to show the benefits that can be gained from using evaluation effectively.

Personal Academic And Career Development In Higher Education

Author: Arti Kumar
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134098030
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Personal Academic And Career Development In Higher Education from the Author: Arti Kumar. This book is the first to show how to integrate Personal Development Planning (PDP) activities into teaching in higher education. It is packed with activities, exercises, lesson plans, resources, reflective questionnaires, skills audits and case studies, and with suggestions for how these may be customized to suit different groups of students in different subject areas. By embedding activities into the curriculum, students are encouraged to engage with the PDP process to help them: gain a better understanding of what and how they are learning improve study skills gain a clear idea strengths and areas for development improve ability to explain and discuss skills and abilities with prospective employers, with the evidence to support your claims become a more effective, independent and confident self-directed learner. Personal Development Planning will help all staff and educational development professionals, teachers in HE, and advisers and support staff in careers services enable students to build up a personal development record to improve their ability to relate their learning and achievements to employers' interests and needs and, ultimately, gain employment.