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LEARNING & TEACHING FOR BUSINESS : CASE STUDIES OF SUCCESSFUL INNOVATION

RONALD KAYE , DAVID HAWKRIDGE

2003

BOOK
Category

BUSINESS ENGLISH

Abstract THIS COLLECTION OF OUTSTANDING EXAMPLES OF INNOVATION FROM BUSINESS EDUCATION IS ESSENTIAL READING FOR ANYONE INTERESTED IN THE ENHANCEMENT OF TEACHING IN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. COMPILED FOLLOWING A SURVEY BY THE BUSINESS EDUCATION SUPPORT TEAM (BEST), THE CASE STUDIES ARE DRAWN FROM AND WRITTEN BY AUTHORS AT BRIGHTON, CITY UNIVERSITY, DE MONTFORT, DUNDEE, GLASGOW, HERTFORDSHIRE, LEEDS METROPOLITAN, LIVERPOOL JOHN MOORES, THE OPEN UNIVERSITY, PLYMOUTH, SHEFFIELD HALLAM AND ST ANDREWS. INDIVIDUAL CASE STUDIES RANGE FROM ACTION LEARNING, RESOURCE-BASED LEARNING, PEER ASSESSMENT AND COMPUTER-BASED TEACHING OF ACCOUNTING TO INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANCY ASSIGNMENTS, DEVELOPING AN INTRANET FOR STAFF AND STUDENTS, AND CREATING DISTRIBUTED COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE. BOTH INSPIRATIONAL AND INFORMATIVE, THE BROAD RANGE OF EXAMPLES DEMONSTRATES A VARIETY OF PRACTICAL YET INNOVATIVE WAYS TO ENHANCE TEACHING AND LEARNING FOR BUSINESS.

ISBN 0749440252
Author(s) RONALD KAYE , DAVID HAWKRIDGE
Credits
Edition 1ST ED.
Year 2003
Publisher KOGAN PAGE
Type BOOK
Keywords LEARNING, TEACHING, BUSINESS ENGLISH, CASE STUDIES
Language English
Collation 226 P., 20 CM.

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