Educational Development: Discourse, Identity and Practice

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 1 .. 2004 - 218 ˹
This first book-length analysis of developers as a community of practice illustrates in their own words the issues they face, their differing orientations to development (given their differing organisational cultures), and how they see their institutional role. What emerges is the contested notion of development itself, and a tribe of developers who, though fragmented, offer a rich variation in their discourse, identity and practice.

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Introduction
1
Chapter 01 Orientations to Educational Development
12
Chapter 02 Stances on Change
129
The Educational Developer and Academic Cultures
161
Postscript
191
Educational development and modernism
192
Community diversity and fracture
193
Vocation and professional status
196
References
200
Index
209
SHRE
217
Back Cover
219
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Professor Ray Land is Professor of Higher Education Development and Director of the Centre for Higher Education Development at Coventry University. He previously taught at the University of Edinburgh. In addition to educational development, his curent research interests include theshold concepts and troublesome knowledge, and theoretical aspects of education in cyberspace.

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