This book examines significant issues in geography teaching and learning from the perspectives of an international network of academic geographers and postgraduate students. Drawing on classroom experiences and research in a wide variety of educational settings, the authors describe conceptually interesting and practical applications for enhancing student learning through inquiry, problem-based learning, field study, online collaboration, and other highly engaging forms of pedagogy. Other articles focus on approaches for improving the experiences of distance learners, strategies for enhancing the employability of geography students, and preparing students to engage ethical issues in the discipline. An international audience of educators will find much of value through the use of comparative examples, literature reviews encompassing research in multiple national contexts, and an underlying awareness of the diversity of practices in higher education internationally. This book is a collection of articles previously published in two special issues of the Journal of Geography in Higher Education.The fifth is a supportive campus environment that puts student experience at the centre of institutional strategy (Kuh et al, ... had not tutored other students during the year, even though teaching fellow students is an excellent way to learn ( ACER, ... Nearly two thirds of American later year students have participated in service learning, compared to only a quarter of Australasian students (ACER, 2009, 26).
|Title||:||Active Learning and Student Engagement|
|Author||:||Mick Healey, Eric Pawson, Michael Solem|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-09-13|