Understanding learning and teaching: the experience in higher education
Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press, 1999 - Education - 194 pages
How can university teachers improve the quality of student learning? Michael Prosser and Keith Trigwell argue that the answer lies in determining how students perceive their learning situations. This text outlines the principles underlying successful teaching and learning in.
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A Model for Understanding Learning and Teaching
Students Prior Experiences of Learning
Students Perceptions of Their Learning Situation
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