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International Education and Innovative Approaches to University Teaching
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Australian Universities' Review Volume 38, Number 2, ISSN 0818-8068

Abstract

It is suggested that Australian higher education must change as student exchange increases. Issues discussed include a broader array of delivery methods for instruction, cooperative learning, teaching of generic skills (critical thinking, weighing evidence), curriculum design, teaching location, student communication skills, computer-assisted instruction, student assessment, teachers' cultural awareness, student attitudes, culture-sensitive role-modeling, and graduate study. (MSE)

Citation

Morris, S. & Hudson, W. (1995). International Education and Innovative Approaches to University Teaching. Australian Universities' Review, 38(2), 70-74. Retrieved September 26, 2022 from .

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