This text addresses both the issues and practicalities of key skills in higher education. It discusses the issues relating to the introduction of key skills, drawing on both the arguments and theory of why key skills should (or should not) be introduced. Case study material is included.nutrition and dietetics would use one or more of the dietary analysis packages. ... collecting than in a database and of course it is so much easier to read a word- processed essay than a handwritten one (it spell checks for you too). ... For example, students could be asked to prepare a range of documents on a current topic.
|Title||:||Integrating Key Skills in Higher Education|
|Author||:||Fallows, Stephen (Reader in Educational Development, University of Luton), Christine Steven, Steven, Christine (formerly Principal Teaching Fellow, University of Luton)|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-10-11|