The book is a practical, informed and evidence-based guide for teaching practitioners in Post Compulsory Education (PCE), and has something for everyone involved in supporting the learning and achievement of students in PCE. It is rightly felt to be one of the leaders in the field, and contains nine chapters on key topics including ‘Factors underpinning successful learning’: ‘Making lectures inspiring’ and ‘What do I do when?’, which closes the book, and is a very helpful set of FAQs about regularly faced challenges for lecturers. Whether teaching in a university, college, sixth form college, work-based learning provider or adult education centre, and whether new or experienced, all lecturers will find useful, helpful and clearly explained ideas, examples and activities in this book, which they can use to help them understand their students’ learning better and improve their own teaching.
Review: Making Learning Happen: A guide for post-compulsory education (3rd Edition), by Race P.
Crawley, J. (2015) Review of Making Learning Happen: A guide for post-compulsory education (3rd Edition), by Race P.. Educationalfutures, [online] Vol. 7(1). Available at: https://educationstudies.org.uk/?p=3698