DEVELOPING TEACHING MATERIAL FROM A RESEARCH PROJECT: THE TUTOR‟S GUIDE
Keywords:Business, Higher Education, teaching resources
AbstractIt is rightly argued that pedagogic research is crucial in underpinning the practice and development of teaching in the HE sector. The focus of this article, as part of thatendeavour, is a reflection on how discipline-based research and its findings can be made accessible for other academics to utilise in their teaching. The aim of the project was, through the dissemination of empirical research, to provide business and management students with a greater understanding of both the theoretical underpinning of but also practical solutions to managing workplace conflict. To that end the discussion highlights the potential efficacy of developing a tutor manual to accompany a research report to share as common resources online.
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