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The self-teaching process in higher education epub

by P. J Hills


The self-teaching process in higher education epub

ISBN: 0470150246

ISBN13: 978-0470150245

Author: P. J Hills

Category: Education and Teaching

Subcategory: Higher & Continuing Education

Language: English

Publisher: Wiley (1976)

Pages: 144 pages

ePUB book: 1322 kb

FB2 book: 1499 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 143

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Teaching and Self-teaching in Higher Education. pment plan also provided us information about the. evolution of the aims of learning: x the students in the first year, who finished high school recentl

Teaching and Self-teaching in Higher Education. How we measure 'reads'. evolution of the aims of learning: x the students in the first year, who finished high school recentl. y, set their goals only in the assessment period; also in this case, their goals are overall goals, generally for passing exams

Self-teaching is then examined in the overall context of the learning process

Originally published in 1976 The Self-Teaching Process in Higher Education looks at the major changes that took place in the structure of university education. The book looks at how more emphasis was placed on students to take responsibility for their own progress by becoming self-directed individuals. Self-teaching is then examined in the overall context of the learning process. The book looks at three case studies of the development and use of self-teaching systems, one for chemical bonding, one for electrical circuits and a third for audio-visual communication. 1. The Self-Teaching Process.

Empirical: ‘Higher education as self-formation rests on the irreducible fact that while learning is conditioned by external factors, by the learner’s background and resources, the institution, the curriculum, teaching and other circumstances, only the learner does the learnin. Historical: Autonomous agency as ‘the key concept of modernity’ (Giddens).

Originally published in 1976 The Self-Teaching Process in Higher Education looks at the major changes that took .

Originally published in 1976 The Self-Teaching Process in Higher Education looks at the major changes that took place in the structure of university education.

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Teaching evolution in higher education. Teaching evolution in higher education. The attempt to engender higher-level thinking Such prior conceptions often underpin students’ misun- skills in students is often thwarted by the very way instructors derstanding of the evolutionary concepts being taught. Some evaluate student work.

Carnegie Commission on Higher Education. Giving students a part in the process: An innovative approach to team learning. Powell, J. P. (1973). Small group teaching methods in higher education. Priorities for action. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company. The six college project. College Student Journal, 18, 35–344. Finkel, D. & Monk, G. S. (1983) Learning through conversation: Dissolution of the atlas complex. In C. Bouton & R. Y. Garth, (Ed. Prosser, M. & Thorley, N. R. (1981).

In the process of teaching methods often supplement one other. A discussion may turn into an argument and this process is not merely confined to the questions posed by the teacher

In the process of teaching methods often supplement one other. The most widely spread teaching and learning methods as well as their definitions are given below. A teacher should choose the proper method according to the concrete aim and problem. A discussion may turn into an argument and this process is not merely confined to the questions posed by the teacher. It develops students’ skills of reasoning and substantiating their own ideas. 2. Cooperative teaching is a teaching strategy in the process of which each member of a group not only has to learn the subject himself, but also to help his fellow-student to learn it better.