Special Issue of Journal of Uni Teaching & Learning Practice- Research Skill Development: Connections, critiques and curricula

Calls for Expression of Interest for a Special Issue of the Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice.

This special issue considers connections, critiques and curricula in Research Based Learning (RBL) that gravitate around a shared conceptual model, the Research Skill Development (RSD) framework (Willison & O’Regan, 2007: www.rsd.edu.au). RBL is used here as an umbrella term to encapsulate a variety of active learning strategies, including Inquiry Based Learning, Problem Based Learning, Project Based Learning, Critical Thinking tasks, Undergraduate Research, Process-Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning and Discovery Learning.

Due Date: 24th August 2017

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