History in Higher Education: New Directions in Teaching and Learning
January 1996, Wiley-Blackwell
1. Introduction: Alan Booth (University of Nottingham) and Paul Hyland (Bath College of Higher Education).
Part I: Curriculum Issue:.
2. Planning a History Curriculum: Alex Cowan (University of Northumbria).
3. Race in a World of Overlapping Diasporas: the History Curriculum: Earl Lewis and Jeanne Theoharis (University of Michigan).
4. Gender in the Curriculum: Cathy Lubelska (University of Central Lancashire).
5. Teaching History Theory: A Radical Introduction: Keith Jenkins (Chichester Institute of Higher Education).
Part II: Reviewing Traditional Methods:.
6. Teaching and Learning in Lectures: Peter N. Stearns (Carnegie Mellon University).
7. Seminars for Active Learning: George Preston (Bath College of Higher Education).
8. Measuring and Improving the Quality of Teaching: Paul Hyland (Bath College of Higher Education).
Part III: Teaching with Multi-Media:.
9. Computer-Assisted Teaching and Learning: Donald A. Spaeth (University of Glasgow).
10. Structured Distance Teaching: Arthur Marwick (Open University).
11. Teaching and Learning through the Visual Media: John Ramsden (Queen Mary and Westfield College).
Part IV:Linking History with Society:.
12. History and the Community: Michael Winstanley (University of Lancaster).
13. Learning from Experience: Field Trips and Work Placements: Christine Hallas (University of Leeds).
14. History, the Curriculum and Graduate Employment: Peter J. Beck (Kingston University).
Part V: Assessment and Quality:.
15. Changing Assessment to Improve Learning: Alan Booth (University of Nottingham).
16. Assessing Group Work: Alan Booth (University of Nottingham).
17. Assessing the Quality of Education in History Departments: George Brown (University of Nottingham).
Paul Hyland is Head of the School of History at Bath College of Higher Education.
- Provides assessment of current scope and nature of history in Higher Education
- Addresses topical subject from wide, international perspectives
- Offers practical advice as well as theoretical discussion of issues
- Includes articles on race, gender, distance learning and multi-media use.