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Accomplishing Change in Teaching and Learning RegimesHigher Education and the Practice Sensibility$
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Paul Trowler

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780198851714

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2020

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198851714.001.0001

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Teaching and Learning Regimes

Teaching and Learning Regimes

From Framework to Theory

(p.7) 2 Teaching and Learning Regimes
Accomplishing Change in Teaching and Learning Regimes

Paul Trowler

Oxford University Press

weThe central purpose of Chapter 2 is to refresh, finesse, and make more sophisticated the idea of teaching and learning regimes (TLRs) in higher education which I first developed in 2002, and which was subsequently deployed globally by higher education researchers and practitioners. Underlying the development of understanding TLRs in universities is social practice theory, which concentrates on recurrent behaviours in group contexts and the ways these are underpinned by tacit theories and sets of assumptions, meanings, and emotional responses. This is elaborated with a particular focus on issues around change processes.

Keywords:   Teaching and learning regimes, criticisms of teaching and learning regimes, social practice theory, higher education, change process, universities, conceptual framework

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