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Teaching That Matters: A Research Project for Million Plus

Teaching that Matters was researched and written for Million+ by Mark Hadfield, Jas Dhillon, Michael Jopling and Russell Goffe. The report highlights how a teaching revolution is underway in modern universities with new approaches to teaching and learning that increases employability and improves the social mobility of graduates. Modern universities are leading the way in making sure that the teaching and learning deliver the knowledge, workplace and professional skills increasingly demanded by employers and by students themselves.

The report also makes clear how modern universities play a key role in helping people in work and those who do not want to study full-time to gain higher qualifications with 34 per cent of students studying part-time and with many more undertaking sandwich courses, work and professional placements or other flexible learning opportunities.

The following resources were created for the project:

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