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Seeing is Believing: The Benefits of Peer Observation
Graham D. Hendry and Gary R. Oliver
The Pros and Cons of Problem-Based Learning from the Teacher’s Standpoint
Luis Roberto C. Ribeiro
Face to Facebook: Social media and the learning and teaching potential of symmetrical, sychronous communication
George VanDoorn and Antoinette A. Eklund
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
If you build it, they may not come: Why Australian university students do not take part in outbound mobility experiences.
Benjamin T. Jones, Anne Power, Tonia Gray, Greg Downey, Timothy Hall, and Son Truong
Using self- and peer-assessment to enhance students’ future-learning in higher education.
Glyn Thomas, Dona Martin, and Kathleen Pleasants
Embedding Academic Literacy Skills: Towards a Best Practice Model
Robyn McWilliams and Quentin Allan
Reflection for learning, learning for reflection: Developing Indigenous competencies in higher education
Dawn Bennett, Anne Power, Chris Thomson, Bonita Mason, and Brydie-Leigh Bartleet
Student Perspectives on First Year Experience Initiatives Designed for Pre-service Teachers in their First Weeks of University Study
Kevin Larkin, Leonie Rowan, Barbara Garrick, and Catherine Beavis
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