Identity, learning, and the liberal arts
Ned Scott Laff
Jossey-Bass, 2005 - Education - 92 pages
This book "argues that we must foster a conversation between those in liberal studies and those who work with student development theory. This conversation reveals that the skills of academic inquiry inherent in liberal learning are the skills of personal development inherent in student development theory. This issue tackles the ideas of liberal learning and outlines a pedagogical direction to realize them."--Series ed.
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