I highly recommend this edited collection. It is a timely intervention when universities around the world are facing changes akin to the newspaper industry a decade ago. The authors remind us of the potential power of the lecture and that there does not need to be a trade off between the size of the class and the quality of the delivery... Professor James Arvanitakis 2012 recipient of the Prime Ministeras Teaching and Learning Award, University of Western Sydney, Australia This is the first book of its kind that considers the complex issues of large classes. As such, it makes a very important contribution and provides a deep insight into large class pedagogy from a conceptual and practical perspective. Dr Mandia Menits Massey University, New Zealand If the thought of teaching large classes fills you with dread; if you think that pedagogic innovation is impossible in the face of burgeoning student numbers; or if you simply wish to understand more about the dynamics of this increasingly common environment in Higher Education, then this is the book for you. Written by highly experienced academics, it is a valuable (and long overdue!) resource for supporting good practice in the large class context. Dr Jenny Hadingham University of Rochester, New YorkInstitutionalizing information literacy in tertiary education: Lessons learned from South African programs. Library ... Everyone Can Write: Essays Toward a Hopeful Theory of Writing and Teaching Writing. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Eldredge JD. ... fcgi?artid=328087aamp;blobtype=pdf Evers F, Rush JC aamp; Berdrow I. 1998.
|Author||:||David J. Hornsby, Ruksana Osman, Jacqueline De Matos-Ala|
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