Engaging students in life-changing learning: Royal Roads University's learning and teaching model in practice - revised edition
Grundy, Stephen L.
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While numerous institutions across the globe are currently developing institutional educational frameworks to improve student outcomes, experiences, and success, scholars have long lamented mismatches between theory and practice. In this book, educators and scholars describe how they implemented Royal Roads University's Learning and Teaching Model in practice, illustrating how educational theory translates to practice.
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