Active Learning and Learning Styles: A selected bibliography
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Angelo, T.A. and Cross, P.A. 1993. Classroom assessment techniques (San Francisco: Jossey Bass). 2nd Edit. Backx, C (2008)*The use of a case study approach to teaching and group work to promote autonomous learning, transferable skills and attendance, Practice and Evidence of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 3 (1), 68-83 (www.pestlhe.org.uk). * Barr, R.B. and Tagg, J. 1995. From teaching to learning – a new paradigm for undergraduate education, Change 27(6) (November/December), 13-25. Barrett, T., Mac Labhrainn, I. and Fallon H (Eds) 2005. Handbook of enquiry and problem-based Learning: Irish case studies and international perspectives, Center for Excellence in Learning and teaching, NUI Galway and All Ireland Society for Higher Education (AISHE), Dublin http://www.aishe.org/readings/2005-2/ Bergman, J. and Sams, A. (2012) Flip your classroom. International Society for Technology in Education, USA. Biggs, J. 2003. Teaching for quality learning, Buckingham: Society for Research into Higher Education and Open University Press (2nd edition). Blythe, T. and Associates 1998. The teaching for understanding guide. San Francisco: Jossey Bass. Bolander, K. 2000. Student centred learning. Glasgow: Teaching and Learning Service, University of Glasgow. Available at: www.gla.ac.uk/services/tls/ProjectReports/whole/index.html Bonwell, C. and Eison, J. 1991. Active learning: creating excitement in the classroom (ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report No. 1). Washington, DC: George Washington University. Boud, D. and Feletti, G. (eds) (1997) The challenge of problem based learning. 2nd edn. London: Kogan Page. Bradbeer, J. 1999. Barriers to interdisciplinarity: disciplinary discourses and student learning. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 23 (3), 381-396. Brown, S. and Race, P. 2002. Lecturing: a practical guide (London: Kogan Page). Budnitz, N. 2000. What do we mean by inquiry? http://www.biology.duke.edu/cibl/inquiry/what_is_inquiry.htm Cassidy, S. 2004. Learning styles: an overview of theories, models, and measures, Educational Psychology 24, 419-444. Cameron, B. J. 1999. Active learning Green Guide 2. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. Chappell, A. (2006) Using the ‘grieving’ process and learning journals to evaluate students’ responses to problem-based learning in an undergraduate curriculum, Journal of Geography in Higher Education 30 (1),15-31. Chickering, A.W. and Gamson, Z.F. 1987. Seven principles for good practice, AAHE Bulletin 39, 3-7. Coffield, F., Moseley, D., Hall, E. and Ecclestone, K. 2004. Learning styles and pedagogy in post-16 learning Learning and Skills Research Centre, London. Cowan, J. 1998. On becoming an innovative university teacher: Reflection in action, Buckingham: Society for Research into Higher Education and Open University Press. Crawford, B. A. 2000. Embracing the essence of inquiry: new roles for science teachers, Journal of Research in Science Teaching 37, 916-937. Cuthbert, P. 2005. The student learning process: learning styles or learning approaches, Teaching in Higher Education 10 (2), 235-249. D'Avanzo, C and McNeal, A P 1997. Research for all students structuring investigations into first-year courses, in A.P. McNeal and C. D’Avanzo (eds.) Student active science: Models of innovation in college science teaching. Fort Worth, Texas: Saunders College Publishing, pp279-300. Denicolo, P., Entwistle, N. and Hounsell, D. 1992. What is active learning? Effective Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Module 1, Sheffield: CVCP Universities’ Staff Development and Training Unit. Duch, B J, Groh, S E and Allen, D E 2001. The...
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