Staff who teach in the university describe their role as:
Which role is adopted at which time depends on the level of study, how we want students to develop, and the type of teaching activities in which they are engaging.
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The lecturer-student relationship
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An effective teacher must be passionate about their subject. Only if you are enthusiastic will students have the chance to develop enthusiasm themselves
Dr Krishnasamy Selvan, Faculty of Engineering,The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus
I like to ask students things that they will have an opinion on, things there's no wright or wrong answer to, to encourage a dialogue between the lecturer and the audience.
Dr William Bowden,School of Humanities
Someone who has direct access to research, so somebody who is teaching directly from their own experience is very valuable, I think.
Dr Angus Davison,School of Biology
Teachers can be very effective by being very clear - making complicated comcepts relatively straightforward without oversimplifying
Prof. Peter Cartwright,School of Law
An effective teacher is a facillitator who can encourage students to learn through a passion for knowledge, rather than the pressure of passing exams
Dr Angelina Lee, Business School,The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus
I choose examples that are on their wavelength. So it's not something from a crusty old textbook from the 1960s, it's something they can engage with and see how it impacts on their own lives.
Dr Louise Mullany,School of English Studies
Your credibility as a researcher is not neccessarily known to the students, so your credibility grows over the semester according to the way you present the material and respond to challenges.
Prof. Daniel Bernholfen,School of Economics
Respect should always be at the heart of the whole. We're operating as a team - I feel very strongly about having this relationship
Dr Katharina Lomez,School of Humanities
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