Aligning teaching-learning environments with students – a new perspective on constructive alignment in the light of student diversity

Nicola Reimann

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Abstract

The proceedings of the 12th Improving Student Learning symposium, held in 2004 in Birmingham. This book includes the three keynotes: 'Cultural difference in western universities: intercultural and internationalised responses to a changing world' by Christine Asmar, ' Diversity, inclusion and equality: revisiting critical issues for the widening participation agenda' by Louise Archer, and 'Increasing the chances of student success' by Mantz Yorke, as well as papers on the subjects including assessment, learning and teaching methods and learning environments.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationImproving Student Learning: Diversity and Inclusivity
Place of PublicationOxford
PublisherOxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development
Pages271-284
Number of pages494
ISBN (Print)9781873576724
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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