Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Barry Dart, Gillian Boulton-Lewis
Australian Council for Educational Research, 1998 - College teaching - 270 pages
Teaching & Learning in Higher Education is a ground-breaking contribution to the theory & research in this field. A tribute to the renowned work of John Biggs, the book includes chapters by leading researchers & academics - including Ference Marton - all of whom have been influenced by his work on teaching & learning. This book is structured around the framework of Biggs' 3P model of learning: Presage, Process & Product.
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