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Teaching and Learning the European Union

Traditional and Innovative Methods

Baroncelli, S., Farneti, R., Horga, I., Vanhoonacker, S. (Eds.)

2014, VIII, 248 p. 14 illus., 12 illus. in color.

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“The blend of both empirical investigations and reports on practice give the reader a holistic overview of the most significant issues related to adult learning theory and pragmatic learning applications.”

“This should appeal to educators across disciplines. Because the authors represent various European countries, there should be interest across Europe as well as other countries interested in educational innovation.”

Richard G. Milter, The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, Baltimore, MD, USA


“The work makes an original contribution to the field of education studies as well as European studies.”   

“It covers the current practices in EU studies in all EU countries. The broad context of teaching and learning in European countries is addressed. In addition, the book provides in-depth information about various teaching techniques and methods, including simulation games, problem based learning, distance learning, blended learning, electronically supported learning, and internships as a learning facilitator. Furthermore, the work addresses important issues that educators can use as guiding principles for course and program design.”

Marjolein Caniëls, Faculty of Management Sciences, Open University Heerlen, The Netherlands



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