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Student responses to an academic’s search for a flexible-alternative-quality teaching delivery method

By Rachael M. Field


An action research project has been run in the Justice Studies unit “Alternative Justice Processes” since 1999 in the search for an alternative, quality teaching delivery method that integrates the flexibility of online teaching with the benefits of face-to-face teaching. This paper presents the results of that project to date (it remains ongoing), with a focus on what students have said about wanting both the freedom of being released from weekly on campus attendance that online methods provide, as well as wanting the direct and personal interaction that is possible through face-to-face teaching methods

Topics: teaching delivery methods, flexible delivery, online teaching and learning, pedagogy
Publisher: TALSS, QUT
Year: 2004
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