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Flexible pedagogies: new pedagogical ideas

This publication is part of our five-strand research project “Flexible Pedagogies: preparing for the future”. It identifies six “new pedagogical ideas” offering new pathways for learning. These include:

  • actively involving students in learning development and processes of ‘co-creation’ thereby challenging existing learning relationships and power frames
  • deconstructing dominant pedagogical frames that promote only Western worldviews
  • generating inter-disciplinary inter-professional and cross-sectoral learning to maximise collaboration
  • developing less formal learning cultures particularly through new technologies and co-curricular activities

Find out more in this essential guide to policy thinking and change in HE learning and teaching.

npi_report.pdf
12/11/2014
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