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Seeing is Believing: The Benefits of Peer Observation
Graham D. Hendry and Gary R. Oliver
Reflection for learning, learning for reflection: Developing Indigenous competencies in higher education
Dawn Bennett, Anne Power, Chris Thomson, Bonita Mason, and Brydie-Leigh Bartleet
The Pros and Cons of Problem-Based Learning from the Teacher’s Standpoint
Luis Roberto C. Ribeiro
Redefining Academic Identity in an Evolving Higher Education Landscape
Sharon J. Flecknoe, Julia K. Choate, Elizabeth A. Davis, Yvonne M. Hodgson, Priscilla A. Johanesen, Janet O. Macaulay, Kim Murphy, Wayne J. Sturrock, and Gerry M. Rayner
First year student expectations: Results from a university-wide student survey
Geoffrey Crisp, Edward Palmer, Deborah Turnbull, Ted Nettelbeck, Lynn Ward, Amanda LeCouteur, Aspa Sarris, Peter Strelan, and Luke Schneider
Face to Facebook: Social media and the learning and teaching potential of symmetrical, sychronous communication
George VanDoorn and Antoinette A. Eklund
Can we teach effective listening? An exploratory study
Donella Caspersz and Ania Stasinska
Embedding Academic Literacy Skills: Towards a Best Practice Model
Robyn McWilliams and Quentin Allan
Using self- and peer-assessment to enhance students’ future-learning in higher education.
Glyn Thomas, Dona Martin, and Kathleen Pleasants
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