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Bioscience Education

May 2006 Volume 7, Number

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Never again Shout, "that WOULD Have Been Useful for My Teaching!" at the TV

    Chris Willmott

    Educators are aware from their own experience, as part of the audience if not a lecturer, that being talked at for 50 minutes is not the most captivating form of communication. A change of dynamic,... More

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  2. Using Online Microassessments to Drive Student Learning

    Alasdair G. Thin

    It is not what is taught that has the most influence on students' study behaviour, but rather what is assessed. Computer-assisted assessment offers the possibility of widening the scope of the... More

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