By Wim H. Gijselaers, Dirk T. Tempelaar, Piet K. Keizer, Jos M. Blommaert, Eugene M. Bernard, Hans Kasper
During the previous couple of years economics and enterprise schooling have emerged as one of many biggest fields of research in larger schooling. whilst, the urgent quandary for making improvements to the standard of upper schooling has ended in a distinct desire for extra wisdom approximately potent guide and innovation in economics and enterprise schooling.
The e-book brings jointly many examples of reform in economics and enterprise schooling. particular realization is paid to the problem-based studying method, which over the last ten years, has built as a crucial innovation in larger schooling.
The ebook comprises contributions from numerous associations at the necessity of curriculum reform, the alternative of tutorial equipment, evaluation and checking out, and administration of swap.
it's of curiosity for academics in larger schooling, academic psychologists, and anyone attracted to academic innovation in economics and enterprise management.
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