This paper explores the current teaching and learning environment in higher education in the UK, concentrating on England. We ask: Is there a positive and supportive environment for learning and teaching in the UK? The conceptual and theoretical foundations underpinning practice in higher education teaching and learning are examined as is the support and impetus provided by government and policy. The nature of academic identities and the structure and engagement in academic development is also assessed. We pose a series of important questions within this paper, of significance to the Irish Higher Education sector.
"Effective Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: a United Kingdom Perspective,"
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1, Article 8.
Available at: http://arrow.dit.ie/itbj/vol11/iss1/8