Perspectives and evaluation of teaching by university lecturers as a model of high quality

Félix E. González Jiménez, Escolástica Macías Gómez, Manuel Rodríguez Sánchez, José Luis Aguilera García


Universities today must question their objectives and ability to adapt to the new challenges of the global society. Debate centres on how and why universities must be modified, and how changes will affect researchers and students, particularly insofar as learning is concerned, in what areas and in which ways teaching practices should be modified. This leads to the question on what training is necessary to acquire or improve professional competitiveness, as well as the individual's qualities, procedures and resources. The directives issued in 2005 by the European Association of Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) are a beginning, but they are insufficient in the Spanish university system, which lacks a professional career for education researchers.


knowledge, education researchers, university, evaluation, quality, European Space for Higher Education

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