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Handbook on student-centred learning in higher education.

Handbook on student-centred learning in higher education.

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Published by [University of Plymouth] in [Plymouth] .
Written in English


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On t.p.: SLICE.

ContributionsUniversity of Plymouth.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v (looseleaf)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18919360M

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Student-centred teaching in Initial Teacher Education. Leah O’Toole, Marino Institute of Education, An Associated College of Trinity College, Dublin Ireland. Abstract. The student-centred approach to teaching advocated by Carl Rogers [1, 2] and others [3] maintains that significant learning is most effectivelyAuthor: Leah O'Toole. Whether entering higher education straight from school, or returning to study later in life, students need to develop effective study skills to get the most out of a course. Whatever the subject, this book will help to achieve the aims of the student by offering practical advice and useful techniques for successful study.

tions of student centred learning. This aspect of responsi bility aligns with the Lea et al. () view that student centred learning involves ` increased responsibility and accountability on the part of the student'. Problem based learning is higher up the student choice aspect of the SCL contin-File Size: KB.   This contribution explores the relationship between teacher-centred and student-centred learning environments from a student's perspective. Three different views with respect to this relationship can be retrieved. The balance view suggests that the more teacher-centred a learning environment is, the less student-centred it is and vice by:


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