Higher education academic staff: professional identity and sense of community as the key to enhancing teaching quality
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This study presents an analysis of the main features of teaching community of the Catalan university system, from both the individual activity of professors and the sense of belonging to a community. The basis of the present study is the meaning and the sense of community: a require d factor for collaboration between professors, sharing and reusing teaching resources and, for ultimately, the success of a teaching and learning resources repository. Common goals th at determine a community of practice can encourage collaboration through the network. The discussion presented here is based on the analysis of the pilot program “Col·laboratori Interuniversitari de Recursos d’Aprene ntatge en Xarxa” (CIRAX), developed in 2013 in the field of teaching and learning introductory mathematics in the Cata lan university system.
CitationSancho, M. [et al.]. Higher education academic staff: professional identity and sense of community as the key to enhancing teaching quality. A: International Conference on Computer Supported Education. "Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Computer Supported Education: Barcelona, Spain, 1-1 April 2014". Barcelona: 2014, p. 105-110.
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