Implementing process-based instruction in regular university teaching: Conceptual, methodological and practical issues

This paper reports an experimental field study aimed at examining whether a process-oriented form of instruction which produced outstanding results when implemented by a tutor/researcher could be used successfully by regular university tutors given detailed guidelines but minimal training

Simone Volet; Tanya McGill; Harriett Pears

2009

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  • This paper reports an experimental field study aimed at examining whether a process-oriented form of instruction which produced outstanding results when implemented by a tutor/researcher could be used successfully by regular university tutors given detailed guidelines but minimal training
  • Paper presented at the 5th Conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Aix-en-Provence, France, September

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