Are personal academic values important in learning and teaching engagement with learners?

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Adesina, F. 2018. Are personal academic values important in learning and teaching engagement with learners?
AuthorsAdesina, F.
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The research aims to investigate how personal values are exhibited by academic professionals when engaging in learning and teaching with learners. This is to engage academic professionals in a reflective discussion on how personal values influence their learning and teaching engagement with learners. While research shows that academic professionality is the character of professional work which includes quality of work and the standards that guide the action, it is unclear on how personal values influence the same. This is to discuss how academic professionals engage level 4 business education learners on the personal academic value of learning.

The reflective discussion will give voice to personal, academic values.

Year2018
ConferenceStudents as Partners in Learning Conference
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Deposited15 May 2018
Completed12 Feb 2018
Output statusUnpublished
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https://repository.canterbury.ac.uk/item/88qyv/are-personal-academic-values-important-in-learning-and-teaching-engagement-with-learners

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