An interesting article in the Times Higher Education (THE) today assesses the results of the first major THE survey of university staff’s attitudes towards teaching. Initial conclusions from the study, surveying some 1,150 higher education staff over several months in 2016, show that teaching is a major source of satisfaction for university lecturers despite growing frustration with heavy administrative loads, bureaucratic burdens, badly prepared students who moan about their marks and the teaching excellence framework (TEF). Read more by following the link below. Register for a free THE account or log in to the library Nexis UK database to read more higher education news.
THE Teaching Survey 2017: results & analysis