Quality Assurance and Evaluation in the Lifelong Learning Sector
- John Dickinson - Edge Hill University, UK
- Jane Wood - Edge Hill University, UK
Achieving QTLS Series
This book is as current as it can be in the education sector, and contains a wealth of theoretical and practical information about quality assurance, control, and improvement processes.
The book is well written and structured in a logical way. There are also some excellent examples of good practice, which is ideal for student teachers wishing to improve quality processes within individual courses.
The institution purchased several copies of this text and it is used extensively by teachers who are training to be quality assurance verifiers.
Well written and comprehensive. relevant QA tools and strategies to evidence QA in an educational setting
This book is well structured and easy to follow although some terminaology requires updating to reflect the current TAQA qualifications. The 'Top Tips' , 'Reflections' and 'Practical Tasks' are excellent, and encourage self-directed learning. The text is well referenced and directs learners to further reading.
A comprehensive insight into quality, especially useful for all new tutors in understanding quality in all areas of their work.
Proving to be a very useful overview of process and systems in practice