Some commonly-raised issues
What you might take away from this chapter:
- Good teaching requires your commitment, but it also needs resources such as space, teaching assistants, on-line materials and networking. You should therefore be prepared to make a persuasive case within your School for a budgetary allocation which recognises this;
- You should trust your own judgement on many issues of quality;
- It is perfectly possible to be internationally successful at both research and teaching, but you will need to manage your time well;
- The additional cost of greatly improving the learning experience for an engineering student is rather modest.