6 edition of Developing student capability through modular courses found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Alan Jenkins and Lawrie Walker.|
|Series||The teaching and learning in higher education series, Teaching and learning in higher education.|
|Contributions||Jenkins, Alan, 1940-, Walker, Lawrie.|
|LC Classifications||LB1031 .D46 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||94236991|
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1. Introduction. There has been a growing call for the development of curricular resources that simultaneously develop students' accounting content knowledge and professional competencies. 1 Two recent accounting pedagogical frameworks, The Integrated Competency-Based Framework (Lawson et al., ) and the AICPA Core Competency Framework (), advocate for an integrated approach Cited by: 7. capability and students’ level of confidence is vital for widening participation in higher education. • It is important that universities pay closer attention to the ways that assumptions and judgments about capability might unwittingly reproduce inequalities in student access, participation and success.
This book leads you through the process of designing a learning-centered course. It is written as a “how-to” handbook, providing step-by-step guidance on creating a pathway to student learning, including 26 workboxes (also available free online) that lead you through each element of the course design process and promote a rich reflection process akin to being in a workshop setting/5(3). The Practice of PDIA: Building Capability by Delivering Results: This is a week experiential online course for practitioners who are in the weeds of development and want to learn how to do course is for groups of people working to solve a problem that they nominate.
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Developing Student Capability Through Modular Courses. Developing Student Capability Through Modular Courses book. Edited By Jenkins, Alan, Walker, Lawrie. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 22 May Modular Courses, Assessment and Student Capability.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Preface / John Stephenson --Ch. uction / Alan Jenkins and Lawrie Walker --Ch.
New Higher Education Systems, Modularity and Student Capability / Lawrie Walker --Ch. r Developments in Secondary and Further Education: Their Implications for Higher Education.
Get this from a library. Developing student capability through modular courses. [Alan Jenkins; Lawrie Walker;] -- Higher education in the UK has recently been transformed due to the introduction of module-style degree programmes. This collection of essays and case studies reviews the.
Higher education in the UK has recently been transformed due to the introduction of module-style degree programmes. This collection of essays and case studies reviews the experiences of both students using the new modules and teachers integrating modular systems into their curricula.
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It discusses the issues relati Brand: Taylor And Francis. Developing Student Capability Through Modular Courses(1st Edition) (Teaching and Learning in Higher Education) by Jenkins Alan, Lawrie Walker Paperback, Pages, Published by Routledge Illustrated ISBNISBN: Developing Student Capability Through Modular Courses, London, Higher Education Council.
Report of the National Committee of Inquiry into Higher Education: The Dearing Report. The better on-line courses are a sequence of modules.
Most of the content is presented via modules. Advantages of the Modular Structure. Why a modular course structure. The following is an excerpt from the book Internet Based Learning (Kogan-Page, ) describing some of the advantages of using a modular structure.
This article reflects upon a process of curriculum redesign undertaken with an aim to improve the student learning experience of research methods via an activity-based approach. Historically, the way in which research methods were being taught within Southampton Business School did not fully engage student interest, and it was not well applied Cited by: A Model for Developing Student Skills and Assessing MBA Program Outcomes through Outdoor Training Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Management Education 19(1) February with Reads.
Allais, S. The changing faces of the South African national qualifications framework. Journal of Education and Work, 24(3–4), – CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Katja Brøgger. Designing and developing the training course Steps 5–10 of the step process (page 3) include designing the training and fully developing the course based on the task analysis.
As part of the design process, the training developers organize the selected skills and knowledge to be taught into logical teaching units called modules.
skills-based modular courses1 for in-service professionals in the Early Childhood sector. Skills-based modular courses will provide you with flexible, bite-sized and targeted learning options. Through these courses, you can acquire and deepen skills and knowledge, and customise your learning according to your needs and interests.
In this book we aim to help you with the demanding task of designing, teaching and managing student learning in higher education. As well as providing helpful tips, ideas and guidance, we offer a structure and rationale to underpin all aspects of designing learning, from module outline to effective teaching, to give balance between sound theory andFile Size: 1MB.
Building capability to enable people to meet future challenges; using a range of experiences as a vehicle for individual and organisational learning; acting as a role model for personal development. Leaders champion learning and capability development so that they and others gain the skills. This chapter is going to argue for the development of student internal capability to learn in order to promote the culture of quality learning in the higher education sector.
Internal capabilities refer to an individual’s beliefs, thoughts and personal disposition (Nussbaum, ).Author: Ming Cheng. Entdecken Sie "Learning Development in Higher Education" von Peter Hartley und finden Sie Ihren Buchhändler. This book shows how Learning Development enhances the student experience and promotes active engagement.
Written by staff from the UK's largest collaborative Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL), the book includes important insights for everyone interested in Released on: Novem.
A modular course has both on-campus and online components. For Virginia Beach modulars, the on-campus component is completed via an intensive one-week residency at the campus in Virginia Beach. Modular courses also require work both before and after the on-campus session(s), which comprises the online component.developing a student should contain.
In this section we will be looking at developing a toolkit that we need to develop and use it as our checklist or toolkit. You can use this toolkit to ensure consistency and clarity of the student guide.
Your toolkit is a checklist that you can refer and adhere to when developing a File Size: KB.This report explores the development of modular education and its application in the Dutch Open University.
The origins of modular education are examined from the first applications in American higher education and the development of electives and the credit system to the role of modular instruction as the basis of higher education by: 3.