Student orientation: empowering our students to be active participants and to become partners in learning

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Pickford, R;
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Active participation and partnership are different; active participation neither always leads to partnership nor evidences it. However, a student’s active participation in classes, in her/his course and in university life is a highly desirable undergraduate attribute an... View more
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