2 edition of teaching-learning paradox found in the catalog.
by University of Oregon Centre for Advanced Study of Educational Administration in Eugene
Written in English
|Statement||Robert Dubin, Thomas C. Taveggia.|
|Contributions||Taveggia, Thomas C.|
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The results of a careful and systematic reanalysis of the data of almost comparative studies of different college teaching methods are reported.
No shred of evidence was found to indicate any basis for preferring one teaching method over another as measured by the performance of students on course examinations. Underlying all theories concerning the efficacy of one teaching method over Cited by: The Teaching-learning Paradox: A Comparative Analysis of College Teaching Methods Volume 18 of Casea: Monograph Volume 18 of Center for the Advanced Study of Educational Administration Eugene, Or: Monograph Volume 18 of Monograph (University of Oregon.
Center for the Advanced Study of Educational Administration). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dubin, Robert. Teaching-learning paradox. Eugene, Center for the Advanced Study of Educational Admnistration, University of Oregon, In their study The Teaching-Learning Paradox: A Comparative Analysis of College Teaching Methods, Robert Dubin and Thomas C.
Taveggia analyze 40 years of research comparing the effectiveness of a range of college teaching methods, including lecture, discussion, tutorials, independent study, teaching-learning paradox book group work, and TV courses (’s.
Solving the Teaching-Learning Paradox In some respects, the results of The Teaching-Learning Paradox are a miracle. Regardless of teaching method, despite the circumstances before them, no matter the quality of teacher or program, the students learned, and they demonstrated their learning consistently across time.
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comparative studies of college teaching methods. We have adopted a fundamental procedure, practiced by the senior author, of adding up the data of a field, rather than the conclusions of researchers who have marshaled the data.
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Ambrose and the other authors provide readable overviews of key components of the teaching. What explains this paradox? A new book, Two Cheers for Higher Education: Why American Universities Are Stronger Than Ever -- And How to Meet the Challenges They Face (Princeton University Press), argues that too many ignore the strengths in higher education and exaggerate the weaknesses.
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