1 edition of Chapters on the aims and practice of teaching found in the catalog.
Chapters on the aims and practice of teaching
|Statement||edited by Frederic Spencer.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||284|
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Learn more in: Soft and Hard Technologies in Technology Education. The content and activities of an educational program that provides goals and objectives of learning. Learn more.“Rather than simply providing a tightly bounded set of research and practice that establishes a practical sense of what constitutes effective teaching and learning spaces, this book opens up the conversation about what constitutes appropriate and useful research, design and management of spaces of teaching and learning.