ISSN 1470-3297, Online ISSN: 1470-3300
Innovations in Education & Teaching International was previously published as Innovations In Education & Training International.
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Linking research and teaching: context, conflict and complementarity
Pan, Wei; Cotton, Debby; Murray, Paul
An investigation of co-created curricula within higher education in the UK, Ireland and the USA
Increasing student engagement through curriculum redesign: deconstructing the ‘Apprentice’ style of delivery
Nixon, Sarah; Williams, Louise
Students’ perceptions of the usefulness of an E-book with annotative and sharing capabilities as a tool for learning: a case study
Lim, Ee-Lon; Hew, Khe Foon
New uses for a familiar technology: introducing mobile phone polling in large classes
Voelkel, Susanne; Bennett, Daimark
An IPA-embedded model for evaluating creativity curricula
Enhancing learning through formative assessment
C. Jacoby, Jennifer; Heugh, Sheelagh; Bax, Christopher; Branford-White, Christopher
International postgraduate student transition experiences: the importance of student societies and friends
Menzies, J.L.; Baron, R.
‘Turnitin said it wasn’t happy’: can the regulatory discourse of plagiarism detection operate as a change artefact for writing development?
Penketh, Claire; Beaumont, Chris
The pedagogic potential of the pub quiz
Bourner, Tom; Heath, Linda