Innovation pedagogy in the MARIHE program: A case study on faculty perceptions

Ana Godonoga, Isil Güney, Sofya Kopelyan, Nowreen Yasmin

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    Abstract

    The paper promotes awareness of innovation pedagogy in European higher education by presenting the results of a mixed methods exploratory case study on faculty perceptions of innovation pedagogy standards in a Joint Master Degree program in Research and Innovation in Higher Education (MaRIHE) and on the faculty’s personal innovation competency profile. With nominal reservations, MaRIHE lecturers believe the program is compliant with the standards and express confidence in possessing highly developed innovation-related competences and practicing innovative teaching. Research suggests tailored training as a means of tackling current challenges and limitations in the teachers’ proficiency.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCurrent Trends in Higher Education in Europe
    Subtitle of host publicationAktuelle Entwicklungstendenzen im europäischen Hochschulwesen
    EditorsOliver Holz, Maria Aleksandrovich, Herbert Zoglowek
    Place of PublicationBerlin
    PublisherLIT Verlag
    Pages137-146
    Number of pages10
    ISBN (Print) 978-3-643-13419-6
    Publication statusPublished - 2016

    Publication series

    NameErziehungswissenschaft
    Volume75

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    Godonoga, A., Güney, I., Kopelyan, S., & Yasmin, N. (2016). Innovation pedagogy in the MARIHE program: A case study on faculty perceptions. In O. Holz, M. Aleksandrovich, & H. Zoglowek (Eds.), Current Trends in Higher Education in Europe: Aktuelle Entwicklungstendenzen im europäischen Hochschulwesen (pp. 137-146). (Erziehungswissenschaft; Vol. 75). Berlin: LIT Verlag.