Management of Independent Learning Systems
Knight, Peter (Lecturer, Department of Educational Research, University of Lancaster), Tait, Jo (University of Lancaster)
Routledge, Jan 11, 2013 - Education - 192 pages
This work focuses on the competences associated with self-motivated life-long learners who are accustomed to working with autonomy, and provides models for exploring ways to develop competences in a changing world.
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1 A framework
2 A quality graduate
3 Independent study independent studies and core skills in higher education
4 Do students value a flexible educational experience?
5 The unexpected outcomes of critical professional learning
an individually negotiated learning route
7 Actioncentred learning in industry
8 Information technology and flexible learning
10 Recent research on student learning and the learning learning route
11 Developing modes of independent study in a professional school
12 First steps towards the virtual university
13 Change in two academic cultures
a comparative study
15 The development of a key competence
9 Computers for teaching and learning
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