• Summary
  • Contents
  • Subject index

Presents the theory underlying management of teaching and learning, as well as the rationale for learning and teaching though a consideration of curriculum design.

Conclusions: Focus upon the Learner
Conclusions: Focus upon the learner

In this book we have encouraged readers to think broadly – across concepts, curricula and countries. We have considered how curricula are conceived and what factors influence their design. We have discussed how the processes of learning and teaching are understood in order to see how they may be managed, and looked at learning, both in the classroom and beyond, in order to see how teaching styles influence learners, and how learners may benefit from the various learning environments they inhabit. The roles of teachers and managers within educational settings have been addressed, specifically in Chapter 3, but also in the discussion throughout the book of the various contexts in which learning and teaching are managed. ...

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