Reviews: Learning outcomes

3 reviews found for "Learning outcomes"
Book review : Blended learning and online tutoring : planning learner support and activity design (2nd ed.)
This is a book review of Blended learning and online tutoring : planning learner support and activity design (2nd ed.), by Janet MacDonald, published by Gower in 2008, ISBN 9780566088414. It was reviewed by Deborah Lee of Nottingham Trent University on behalf of ESCalate. There are three parts to the book: part I considers how blended learning is currently being deployed in higher education; part II looks at applying blended learning; and part...
Book Review: A Question of Value: achievement and progression in adult learning - a discussion paper
This is an important discussion paper that will make interesting reading for all those involved in adult education. It also feeds into the wider and enduring debates about the measurement of learning outcomes and the relationship between learning and learning outcomes. The competing interpretations of the concepts of progression, achievement, and outcomes are prevalent in all educational arenas but the debate is especially pertinent with regards...
Book review: Winning the H factor : the secrets of happy schools
This is a book review of Winning the H factor : the secrets of happy schools by Alistair Smith, Joanna Reid and Sir John Jones, published by Continuum in 2009, ISBN 9781855395701. It was reviewed by Helen Jelfs of the University of Bristol on behalf of ESCalate. This book argues that enough is known about the positive benefits of happiness for individuals, groups and communities to be happier. The authors argue that positivity is central to...