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Explores a number of teacher-directed and student-centred instructional approaches for classroom use. Strenghts and weaknesses in each approach are highlighted and specific aspects of any approach that may cause or exacerbate learning difficulties are identified and discussed.
|Publication date:||1st June 2006|
|Publisher:||Australian Council Educational Research (ACER)|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Dr Peter Westwood has been an Associate Professor of Education and has taught all ages groups, in schools, colleges and universities around the world. He holds awards for excellence in teaching from Flinders University in South Australia and from the University of Hong Kong. Peter has published many books and articles on the subject of learning and learning difficulties, and is currently an educational consultant working out of Macau, China.More About Peter Westwood