This Book Presents Primary Examples Of Innovative Teaching And Learning Practices In Higher Education The Authors All Share The Ambition To Develop Educational Provisions So They Become Much Learning Centered The Book Is Truly International, Containing Contributions From Australia, Denmark, England, Hong Kong, Italy, Quatar, Scotland, South Africa, Tasmania, Vietnam, And USA Although The Educational Contexts Are Very Different Across These Countries, There Appears To Be A Striking Similarity In The Approach To Innovative Teaching And Learning The Harmonization, Standardization And Modularization Of Higher Education Have Disentangled And Disengaged Students As They Have Been Gradually Transformed Into Customers Luckily There Is Now A Strong Movement In Higher Education To Give Back Agency To Students, To Center Student Learning, And To Develop Curricula Which Enhances Innovative Practices.
John Branch is a reporter for the New York Times His Snow Fall won the Pulitzer Prize for feature writing He lives near San Francisco.
- 480 pages
- New Innovations in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
- John Branch
- 03 August 2017 John Branch