53 ways to deal with large classes is a revised and updated edition of 53 problems with large classes.
Original authors: Sue Habeshaw, Graham Gibbs, & Trevor Habeshaw.
Volume editor for the new edition: Hannah Strawson.
New contributors: Mais Ajjan; David Kane; George MacDonald Ross; Richard Smith; Hannah Strawson; James Williams.
Teaching staff are increasingly being required to teach large classes. This book identifies the problems this gives rise to and, for each one, suggests a response or set of responses. It is designed for dipping into to find solutions that dovetail with your own practice.
The topics covered are wide-ranging. They include: course planning and implementation; lectures; discussion groups and seminars; practicals, projects, and fieldwork; and assessment. Overall, this resource is designed to help reflective practitioners in professional and higher education survive and succeed.
ISBNs and formats:
- ePub: 978-1-907076-58-9;
- PDF: 978-1-907076-57-2;
- Paperback: 978-1-907076-56-5.
Extent: 160 pp.
Imprint and publisher: The Professional and Higher Partnership Ltd.
Date of publication: 3 March 2013.
Place of publication: Newmarket, UK.
Key terms: assessment; classes; courses; group work; higher education; lectures; pedagogy; post-compulsory education; professional education; seminars; students; teaching; training.