Myths in Education, Learning and Teaching: Policies, Practices and Principles

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M. Harmes, H. Huijser, P. Danaher, Mahbub Ul Haq
Springer, 27 ene. 2015 - 205 páginas
This collection brings together international scholars to interrogate a range of educational practices, procedures and policies, around the organizing principle that 'myths' often require critical scrutiny. Engaging with key themes in contemporary global education, the contributors challenge and address educational myths and their consequences.
 

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Preface
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Introduction The context
Intrinsic andExtrinsic
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Participants
Assumptions Questioned Myths Exposed and Challenges Faced Mohammed Al Daylami Brian Bennison Chris Coutts
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Lesson learned
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Guidelines for educators in establishing effective learning
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Mohammed Al Daylami, Bahrain Polytechnic, Bahrain Elena Barbera Gregori, Open University of Catalonia, Spain Brian Bennison, Bahrain Polytechnic, Bahrain Federico Borges, Open University of Catalonia, Spain Lorelle J. Burton, University of Southern Queensland, Australia Chris Coutts, Bahrain Polytechnic, Bahrain Amber Dailey-Hebert, Park University, USA Fred Dervin, University of Helsinki, Finland Ken Edwards, University of Southern Queensland, Australia Anna Forés, University of Barcelona, Spain Peter Gibbings, University of Southern Queensland, Australia Wim Gijselaers, Maastricht University, Netherlands Barbara A. H. Harmes, University of Southern Queensland, Australia Jameel Hasan, Bahrain Polytechnic, Bahrain Faisal Hassan, Bahrain Polytechnic, Bahrain Jill Lawrence, University of Southern Queensland, Australia Bryce McLoughlin, Bahrain Polytechnic, Bahrain Cormac McMahon, Bahrain Polytechnic, Bahrain David McMaster, Bahrain Polytechnic, Bahrain Karen Noble, University of Southern Queensland, Australia Adriana Ornellas, Open University of Catalonia, Spain Juana Sancho, University of Barcelona, Spain Brendan SueSee, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Jane Summers, University of Southern Queensland, Australia Julianne Willis, Educational Consultant Marilynn Willis, Educational Consultant Fatima Wali, Bahrain Polytechnic, Bahrain

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