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Valiente, Carolina – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2008
The literature on learning styles suggests that although the behaviour of some students may appear different from what is defined as a "high-quality learning process," their conduct does not demonstrate an "inferior" approach to learning. Furthermore, existing and emerging academic literature that associates learning theories…
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Learning Theories, Higher Education, Foreign Countries
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Taylor, Mark; Moynihan, Eddie; McWilliam, Jennie; Gresty, David – Active Learning in Higher Education the Journal of the Institute for Learning and Teaching, 2004
In UK higher education a primary aim of business IT-related qualifications is the preparation of students for a relevant career. In this article we discuss an approach to teaching business IT ethics in a university context that prepares students for the ethical problems that they may meet in their future IT careers, and we demonstrate how this…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Teaching Methods, Ethics, Foreign Countries