Creating connections between theory and practice for diverse learners

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Lorimer, Naomi
Patston, Lucy
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2016-10
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Conference Contribution - Oral Presentation
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tertiary education
curriculum content and practice
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Lorimer, N. G. & Patston, L. (2016, October). Creating Connections Between Theory and Practice for Diverse Learners. Paper presented at National Teaching and Learning Symposium : making connections - whanautanga. Waiariki Polytechnic, Rotorua, New Zealand.
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Blended, Flipped and Team-based learning • Students can access their learning communities at any time, in any location • Explore theory before class • Face-to-face time used to • Explore & critically engage with ideas • Recap threshold concepts • Build relationships • Challenge beliefs and preconceptions • Apply theory to practice • Practice professional behaviour and thinking
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