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Peer Review of Teaching and the TEF – We Need More than a Tick-Box Exercise to Improve the Quality of Teaching

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This blog for the LSE critically discusses the implementation of the TEF in relation to the training of academic staff and individualist vs collectivist conceptions of teaching quality.

Published in: London School of Economics Social Science Impact Blog
Published: London LSE 2015
Online Access: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2015/11/23/peer-review-of-teaching-and-the-teaching-excellence-framework
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