Perceptions and their influences on approaches to learning

@inproceedings{Tudor2010PerceptionsAT,
  title={Perceptions and their influences on approaches to learning},
  author={Jenna Tudor and Roger Penlington and Liz McDowell},
  year={2010}
}
This paper aims to highlight the importance of considering students’ perceptions of and approaches to undergraduate engineering education. Whilst considering techniques to maximise the retention of engineering students, it is also posited that understanding how students perceive their learning contexts at university is vital. It is also essential that we understand how these perceptions influence students’ approaches to their studies. This paper builds on existing research which takes a… CONTINUE READING

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