Philosophy and Theory in Higher Education Special Issue on Slow Academia. Guest Editors: Agnes Bosanquet, Macquarie University, Australia and Sean Sturm, University of Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand.
E is for experiential learning
Welcome to the fifth post in the ABCs of Pedagogy, cross-posted at the university blog Teche. This series is progressing slowly! Its aim is to provide university teachers with the theoretical language to describe their teaching practice. This is useful for the purposes of reflection, scholarship of learning and teaching, career progression and recognition such … Continue reading E is for experiential learning
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