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Title: The effectiveness of collaborative learning tutorials: the views of introductory microeconomics students
Authors: Gleeson, Anne Mary
McDonald, John Malcolm
Williams, Joseph
Issue Date: 2007
Citation: Gleeson, A.M., McDonald, J.M., & Williams, J., 2007. The effectiveness of collaborative learning tutorials: the views of introductory microeconomics students. Australasian Journal of Economics Education, 3(1/2), 85-91.
Abstract: The paper analyses student perceptions of a collaborative learning method used in first-year microeconomics tutorials at Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia. Questionnaire responses indicate that a clear majority of students saw social, learning and skill development advantages in the collaborative approach, as against the traditional tutor-led tutorials they had experienced.
URI: http://www.uq.edu.au/economics/AJEE/docs/index.php?dir=Volume+4%2C+Numbers+1+and+2%2C+2007%2F
http://hdl.handle.net/2328/12277
ISSN: 1448-448X
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