Reconciling beliefs and practices in teaching and learning

@article{Song2007ReconcilingBA,
  title={Reconciling beliefs and practices in teaching and learning},
  author={L. Song and M. Hannafin and J. Hill},
  journal={Educational Technology Research and Development},
  year={2007},
  volume={55},
  pages={27-50}
}
Current teaching and learning methods reveal marked differences between how students approach learning and how instructors approach teaching. Little attention has been paid to understanding these differences and their implications for designing successful learning environments. The purpose of the paper is to introduce a framework for understanding and reconciling perspectives on teaching and learning success. First, we examine perspectives on learning success. Next, we compare and contrast… Expand
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