How should we research our students? Part 2: A cyclical action research sequence in higher education.
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A series of three studies carried out within the spirit of action research are described. The research explores the students’ view of teaching, learning and assessment in HE by asking them what they were expecting, what their preferences would be and what they disliked. The implications of these insights for the design learning experiences are considered. Similarly, variations in students’ academic confidence are explored and the implications discussed.
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