This comprehensive Handbook explores how to best understand, develop and practise educational leadership in an era of significant disruption to education. Contributors evaluate the latest developments in leadership in education and provide novel insights into key conceptual and methodological issues.
This ground-breaking Handbook examines the evolution of university autonomy and governance by tracking the changing relationship between higher education institutions and the state. Through unique historical analyses, contributors provide important insights into the
position of students, academics, and universities in today’s society and map potential future directions of travel for the sector.
The Research Handbook on the Transformation of Higher Education captures the complexities and paradoxes associated with higher education transformation. Drawing upon current empirical and theoretical scholarship, it identifies the drivers, actors, developments and outcomes of transformational processes within the field.
This timely book offers a detailed, multidisciplinary view on the radical changes in higher education caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Chapters carefully investigate how the pandemic led to massive disruption in the sector, examining the contentious politics involved and various managerial and policy changes that stemmed from this unprecedented crisis.
Adopting a multilevel perspective, this innovative Research Agenda offers a
comprehensive and critical overview of research on all aspects of contemporary
leadership education. Bringing together enlightening contributions from experienced
scholars of leadership education along with a team of early career critical
scholars, it examines essential dimensions of leadership education processes and
outcomes and interrogates the knowledge bases that shape these dimensions.
Gathering insightful and stimulating contributions from leading global experts in Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED), this comprehensive Handbook traces the development of AIED from its early foundations in the 1970s to the present day.
Showcasing advanced research from over 30 expert sociologists, this dynamic Handbook
explores a wide range of cutting-edge developments in scholarship on teaching and
learning in sociology. It presents instructors with a comprehensive companion on how
to achieve excellence in teaching, both in individual courses and across the
undergraduate sociology curriculum.
This insightful Handbook is an essential guide to educational policy around the world. As shifting geopolitics, intensified climate change, and widening economic inequalities persist, the need for informed educational policy is critical.
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Despite the broad engagement of higher education institutions in most social sectors, limited thinking and hyper-individualistic approaches have dominated discussions of their value to society. Advocating a more rigorous and comprehensive approach, this insightful book discusses the broad range of contributions made by higher education and the many issues entailed in theorising, observing, measuring and evaluating those contributions.