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Author Wilson, John D.

Title Student Learning in Higher Education
Published Milton : Routledge, 2018
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Description 1 online resource (195 pages)
Series Routledge Library Editions: Higher Education Ser. ; v. 34
Routledge Library Editions: Higher Education Ser
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1: Approaches to the Study of Student Learning; The Relationship between Teaching and Learning; Students as Learners; The Study of Student Learning; Conclusion; 2: The Nature and Process of Student Learning; Models of Learning; The Assimilation of New Ideas; Learning in the Arts and Sciences; Pathologies of Learning; Conclusion; 3: The Context of Teaching and Learning; The Academic Experience in Different Fields of Study; Student Perceptions of Learning; The Hidden Curriculum; Informal Student Learning
Conclusion4: The Moral and Intellectual Development of the Student; Methodological Issues; Studies of College Impact; Paths of Student Development; (a) Stage Theories of Student Growth; (b) A Dimensional Model of Development; Patterns of Student Development: A Synthesis; Conclusion; 5: Learning from Other Students; Composition and Role of the Peer Group; Staff-directed Peer Group Learning; The Nature and Role of the Peer Group in Different Institutions; Students' Perceptions of Learning from Peers; 6: Approaches to Learning; Background to the Gothenburg Studies; Levels of Under-standing
Model 2: Biggs' Presage, Process, Product ModelModel 3: Entwistle's Distinctive Approaches Model; Model 4: Lauril-lard's Interactionist Model; Model 5: Wilson's Developmental Model; 10: Implications for Improving Learning, Teaching and Assessment; Curricular Implications; Suggested Further Reading; Bibliography; Index
The Process of Learning and its Relationship to UnderstandingLevel of Processing: Fixed or Variable?; Cognitive Approach and Normal Studying; Conclusion; 7: Learning and Understanding Complex Ideas; The Representation of Ideas; Student Learning Strategies; Operation and Comprehension Learning Styles and Versatility; The Spy Ring History Test; Learning to Learn; Conclusion; 8: Learning and Cognitive Style; Cognitive Style: Nineteen Varieties; Field Dependence and Field Independence; Sylbs and Sylfs; 9: Models of Student Learning; Model 1: The Academic Achievement Game (TAAG) Model
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Subject College students -- Psychology.
College teaching.
Learning, Psychology of.
Academic Experience.
Cognitive Approaches.
Cognitive Styles.
College students -- Psychology.
College teaching.
Field Dependence.
Fields of Study.
Gothenburg Studies.
Higher Education.
Informal Student Learning.
Learning in Arts and Sciences.
Learning, Psychology of.
Nature of Student Learning.
Peer Groups.
Process of Student Learning.
Student Growth.
Student Learning.
Teaching and Learning.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0429819072