Teaching to increase university student engagement: is active learning always the answer?

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Rintoul-Hynes, N. 2015. Teaching to increase university student engagement: is active learning always the answer? in: Proceedings of the 4th Annual New Perspectives in Science Education Conference, Florence, March 2015 Padova Libreria Universitaria.
AuthorsRintoul-Hynes, N.
Year2015
Book titleProceedings of the 4th Annual New Perspectives in Science Education Conference, Florence, March 2015
PublisherLibreria Universitaria
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Place of publicationPadova
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